Europe will be the most challenging market to sell these but if it can do well their then its safe to say that everywhere else it can do equally as well. Most world automotive markets have adjusted to the European way configuring vehicles.
Stinger brings a new take on the 4 door passenger car so its just a matter of seeing how things play out, this idea works on higher levels, look at how well the Panamera sells.... this is like a poor mans Panamera. Actually....that might be its nick name one day hahaRecently, sedans all seem to be a pretty hard sell compared to SUVs and crossovers so we have no idea how well the Stinger will do. Though that front facia may be enough to attract attention before ensnaring you after a test drive.
Yes, the harder and more aggressive styling plays into that heavily but even Porsche has tried working some of that in this time around.It is a more aggressive looking version of the Panamera, but you're not wrong when it comes to the prices. Could never afford a Panamera...
Realistically we should be able to see a max of mid-300's from this and with what aftermarket support could be like it will be easy enough to get power up to a point you will be smoking Panamera's, not that it makes us any betterThe Panamera Turbo can produce 550 hp, I would have been happy seeing half of that in the Stinger for what it's going to cost, but we're getting that and more with the 3.3 litre twin-turbo V6 powered model.