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One of the biggest reveals of the 2012 Paris Motor Show, the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept has been a big hit with Porsche enthusiasts from the greater St. Petersburg area and beyond. That said, one of the biggest questions on everyone's minds recently is whether or not the thrilling plug-in hybrid will make it into the realm of production.

And while the answer to that question is a slightly disappointing "no," Bert Smith Porsche can't help but be almost even more excited than ever before after hearing why that is the answer we've received from Porsche.

Confused? Like always, we're here to explain.

Porsche AG President and CEO, Matthias Müller recently discussed the reasoning behind the move. The reason why Porsche won't be bringing the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept into the realm of production is simply that everything it has to offer cannot be contained in one model. As such, Porsche will be lending several of its design cues to other models in the near future.

And that's not even the most exciting part. One of the more popular aspects of the Panamera Sport Turismo Concept is its plug-in hybrid powertrain. Knowing this, the German automaker has confirmed that both the Porsche Panamera and Porsche Cayenne will feature plug-in hybrid models as soon as next year.

There's no doubt that these are two exciting updates that will have a big impact on the new Porsche lineup Bert Smith Porsche offers at 3800 34th Street North St. Petersburg, FL. That said, you're invited to stay tuned to our Porsche blog for future updates.

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