While it's been over a year since we first spotted a prototype of the refreshed 2014 Panamera testing out in the open, Porsche isn't ready to release the car to the public just yet, but fear not as our sources tell us that it will make its appearance sometime this year, possibly at the Frankfurt auto show in September.
What these latest spy pictures provide us is with a better look at the facelifted Panamera's rear end that sports new LED tail lamp clusters that look similar in styling to those used on the new Cayman coupe and Boxster roadster models, as well as the newly styled bumper.
The front end of the test car continues to be heavily masked up, but from what we've heard, the Panamera will likely adopt the Cayman and Boxster's more squared-off headlamps, along with a re-profiled bumper with different daytime-running LEDs and indicators.
As with all updated Porsche models, we expect some changes to take place under the skin as well.
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