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Porsche is going all in on wagons in the U.S., revealing the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo. That’s the company’s fastest hybrid powertrain, 680 hp and 626 lb-ft, with 45.7 cubic feet of cargo space to haul stuff around.

This is the same powertrain in the non-Sport Turismo, which is easier than saying its full name, the 2018 Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. It consists of a 4.0-liter, twin-turbo V8 connected to a 136-hp, 295-lb-ft electric motor (juiced by a 14.1 kWh liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery) and an eight-speed PDK. Sixty mph should arrive in 3.2 seconds, Porsche says. Top speed — you read that right — 192 mph, with a few schnauzers in the back.

All the good stuff is standard, like all-wheel drive, ceramic brakes, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control Sport including torque vectoring and the Sport Chrono Package.

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It also gets adaptive aero elements (generating an additional 110 pounds of force on the rear axle when necessary) and Porsche’s three-way air suspension.

It comes as a five-seater, but optionally can be specified with two seats in back instead of three. That kinda misses the point of having the wagon, though, right? The rears normally fold 40:20:40. Elsewhere inside, expect Porsche’s best — soft-touch materials, soft-closing doors and the Porsche Advanced Cockpit, its latest in infotainment.

The car hits Porsche showrooms next spring wearing a $188,400 base sticker (excluding delivery, processing and handling fee).