The OSCA office is full of car lovers! Some of the team couldn't contain themselves when we added even more applications for the Porsche Panamera.
Let's share a little as to why OSCA loves the Porsche Panamera.
The 2020 Porsche Panamera comes with two engine options: the new twin-turbo V6 4S or the twin-turbo V8. Both are lightweight and compact and equipped with VarioCam Plus. In addition, the brand positioned two turbos in between the cylinder banks to deliver a faster response.
The interior of the Porsche Panamera has been reworked to offer more legroom and comfortable headrests. In addition, there are optional modifications such as folding tables and a larger centre console. This car really is the compromise between offering comfort and style.
Let's get technical; we know that's why you are here!
Traction Management is a map-controlled clutch that provides optimal distribution of torque regardless of driving conditions. As a result, it delivers the best acceleration power through corners and on long straights. Continuously monitoring road conditions, this car can adapt and respond accordingly; the adaptive sensors check wheel rotation and adjust force distribution.
Ceramic-composite brakes are 50% lighter than standard brakes, ensuring higher comfort and better holding on uneven surfaces. In addition, duee to the yellow 10-piston brake callipers, powerful and consistent braking forces can be applied. For our super techs: the brake discs have a diameter of 390 mm at the rear and 420 mm at the front.
The updated Panamera chassis have been designed to deliver the feeling of a sporty car.
Active Suspension Management is an electronic system that analyses and changes damping forces based on road conditions. The Porsche Panamera offers three modes to choose from: Normal, Sport and Sport+. The intelligent sensors collect data during all aspects of the driving experience; acceleration, cornering, braking; this data is sent to the control unit to seamlessly changes the damping force.
With these added features comes more room for error; find out here what OSCA can diagnose and how we can help you deliver the best results to your customers.
Adaptive cruise control analyses the speed of the Panamera and correlates it with the speed of the vehicle in front. In addition, radar sensors in the front end scan the road; if the system thinks that the vehicle in front is driving slowly, the radar sensors will communicate with the control unit and adapt the Panameras speed to ensure a safe distance from the car in front.
Do you work with the Porsche Panamera? OSCA has recently added more applications; we can now cover models from 2010-2020.
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