The new Panamera soon revealed its design which is inspired by the silhouette of the Panamera Sport Turismo concept seen at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Indeed, the German automaker has been spotted testing at the Nürburgring, with the car’s longer roofline and smaller rear window being the most significant exterior changes. The general shape looks virtually identical to what we saw on the Porsche Panamera range, though the variety of powertrains on offer for the current Panamera is likely to remain, albeit with some all-new engine designs thrown in. From the sedan, we know the Panamera S comes with a twin-turbocharged and the E-Hybrid. Since its launch, the break is destined for the European market, the Panamera Sport Turismo is destined to a more international career, as it will be particularly destined for the Chinese and American markets. While no launch date has yet been announced, rumours would like the German to make its appearance at the Los Angeles Show.