Super car manufacturers are not getting the thrill of hitting the top speed these days. Everyone dreams about owning a two-seater super car with either the prancing horse or the raging bull in front of the bonnet. When it comes to reality, one would opt for a sedan or a hot hatch these days for every day's usage.
Imagine going shopping or sending your kids to school. Driving a two-seater super car such as the Porsche 911 can only give you enough room for a child or some knick knacks from your local supermarket. Indeed the sports car of the yesteryear is a wonderfully built machine with it's well balanced power and subtle racing beauty but where is the practicality of everyday driving trips to fetch your kids home from school? Porsche, a well known sports car company based in Stuttgart has came out with the idea of a sports SUV. The Porsche Cayenne is their answer to daily use sports car but wait a minute, is that not an SUV instead of a sedan? Lately, Maserati introduced the face-lifted Quattroporte, which is a four door sedan luxury sports car. With a 400bhp engine at the driver's hands, this is the ultimate everyday car that an enthusiastic driver will want to drive his wife or kids to the market or the school. The four door sedan allows ample space for passengers and a proper boot to store items. This is just the right car to get for those looking for performance, luxury, and practicality. Forgetting the SUV, the everyday and practical super car is here, with the Maserati being the trend starter.
Following the Quattroporte's success in being an everyday car launch x431 v+, Porsche has recently unveiled their latest addition to their family - a four door hatchback sedan. Called the Porsche Panamera, this is the answer to wealthy families of four or less, as the two seats behind are actually semi bucket seats similar to the front ones, strongly reminding the sporty element of the Porsche itself. The Panamera is based on the Porsche Cayenne, just that it's a sedan rather than an SUV. With engine choices up to 4.8L and up to 400bhp, this ‘family' super car will not shy on its company's racing heritage. Porsche plans to launch a hybrid model of the Panamera too and it will definitely be a hit for those who's searching for a hybrid sports vehicle.
Pretty soon there will be a trend of super ‘family' cars going around with the word practicality in everyone's mind. Manufacturers such as Lamborghini and Aston Martin has already unveiled their four door super sedans, namely the Lamborghini Estoque and also the Aston Martin Rapide. Both of them are racing pedigrees and both of them are four-door sedans. This may help to turn the market a little bit, asking wealthy businessmen to start worrying about an extra seat or two for their growing family or maybe as a luxury super limo for the company's business trip to the airport - fast.
With all the big manufacturers starting to move away from solely producing super cars, the prancing horse company has their plan too. They also had a remade of their classic Ferrari California to be an everyday car - too bad it's still a two-door though Autel MaxiSys Pro.
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