Porsche's 2014 Panamera has surfaced online this week, offering a first look at the newly facelifted super-saloon.
Revealed in the British press today, the updated Panamera brings a host of mechanical changes and a number of small but significant styling changes.
Up front, the revised sedan gets re-shaped headlights and a new bumper design, while the rear-end also adds LED-enriched tail-lights and a new bumper.
According to Britain's Autocar - the source of the broken embargo - the 2014 Panamera range will include a new S E-Hybrid model, and a new twin-turbo V6 will also feature in the range.
The Panamera S E-Hybrid is understood to match a 3.0 litre petrol V6 with an electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack, offering 305kW and a 5.5 second run to 60mph (96km/h).
The E-Hybrid model will supposedly offer the ability to travel on electric power alone for around 18 to 35km - depending on conditions and driving style - at speeds up to 133km/h.
Outside of the hybrid sphere, the new 3.0 litre twin-turbo V6 will reportedly offer 307kW and 521Nm of torque. A fuel consumption improvement of around 18 percent is expected.
Watch for the 2014 Panamera to make its official debut in the coming hours.