The next-generation Porsche Panamera is set to debut on November 24, with a major overhaul.

The 2024 Panamera's interior design showcases a "driver-centered" approach, drawing

Inspiration From The Electric Taycan. Controls related to driving are clustered around the steering wheel for

Easy Access While Driving. The steering wheel features the drive-mode selector and gauge-cluster toggle switch.

The 12.6-inch gauge cluster has a curved design, and there's an optional head-up

Display Controlled From The Steering Wheel. The gear selector is now on the dashboard, freeing up space

On The Center Console For Climate Controls. Climate controls use a combination of physical and touch controls,

And Air Vents Are Electronically Controlled With Personalized Climate-Control Modes.

The central storage bin's capacity has increased. The Panamera features a main touchscreen

And A Second Screen In Front Of The Passenger. Rear-seat passengers have their own screen to control climate,

Music, And Seat-Comfort Settings. An analog clock remains on the dashboard, and ambient lighting

Spans The Width Of The Panel. Improved seat foam materials enhance comfort, and the long-wheelbase Executive

Models Offer A Newly Contoured Rear Seat System For Better Ergonomics. More details, including

The Specific Sizes Of The Front Touchscreens, Will Be Revealed Later In The Month.