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Porsche Panamera 4S
The great thing about the Panamera is that you drive it and not the other way around, as is the case with many big-buck sedans. There are no nanny systems to beep, blink, or otherwise distract, and with the exception of launch control, there are no technoid aids. The launch control is the PDK transmission’s party trick—although other drivers might be too busy trying to figure out what the car is to challenge you to a race—and teams up here with all-wheel drive, a 400-hp V-8, and some fat Michelin Pilot Sport PS2 rubber to deliver a 4.2-second 0-to-60-mph time. That’s 0.5 second quicker than the rear-drive Panamera S.