Porsche Cayenne Turbo was introduced at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show
German automaker Porsche has recently unveiled its most extreme version of the present generation Cayenne, which allows the Turbo moniker. Porsche Cayenne Turbo uses the brand’s V8, 4-liter biturbo engine. That has the potential to produce 568 lb-ft (770 Nm) of torque and 542hp (550PS) as well. This super featured car was further implemented with 8-speed Tiptronic S transmission. However, the German automaker claims that the all-new Cayenne Turbo is more like Porsche 911. But it is rarely difficult to distinguish this car with a large SUV.
Comparing Porsche Cayenne Turbo with its predecessor, this super sports car is 30hp (30PS) and 15lb-ft (20 Nm) of torque more powerful. Cayenne has the ability to accelerate 62mph (100km/h) in 4.1 seconds from a standstill or just in 3.9 seconds. It also delivers the topmost speed at 178mph (286km/h) when it gets fixed with the Sport Chrono Package, which is obviously optional. This super sports car is cleverly featured with new technologies, which significantly reduces body roll and allows swifter going around corners.
With the introduction of the all-new model, Porsche renders its enthusiast with an option to choose between various driving models that make its suspension either stiffer or softer. It further updated its all-new SUV for mud, gravel, rock, or sand but without expecting that it would lead to some challenging terrains with its Pirelli road tires. Compared to all other Porsche models, this super featured car is an ever-made faster vehicle. This super sports car is also updated with the all-wheel-drive system.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo is offered to buyers with a standard color, metallic color, and special color options. This five doors super sports car is implemented with a turbocharged engine and designed dynamically as well. Cayenne also has the potential to easily attract a number of car enthusiasts. With marvelous digital connectivity, quality, new cutting-edge and versatility, Porsche Cayenne Turbo is equipped with driver assistance system. That potentially renders both passengers and driver with extraordinary comfort riding this super featured car. This is the way how Cayenne makes the all-new Porsche look even more diverse, attractive and appealing.
Interior of Porsche Cayenne Turbo is designed with rear front seats, which is equipped to be both comfortable and sporty. This supercar is featured with elevated side bolsters, more flexible that can be easily folded down in the 40: 20: 40 ratios. Cayenne further renders space of 6.3 in front or rear adjustment as well as from the backrest angles boasts 10 adjustment positions. Considering its model, truck of this supercar has a consequential capacity of almost 26.3 cu ft minimum and 60.4 cu ft maximum as well. Cayenne is further equipped with adaptive air suspension, rear-axel steering, PDCC (Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control) and PSCB (Porsche Surface Coated Brake). However, the PSCB is easily rendered in standard to Porsche Cayenne Turbo, which is also made available as a choice for all the Cayenne models.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo is exclusively designed with a unique front end, 21-inch wheels, twin tailpipes, widened wheel arches, rear apron finished, door trims and LED headlights, which is an integral part of Porsche’s vibrant light system. Premium Bose sound system of 710-watt is fitted inside this standard vehicle, which is still rear to see. Riders are facilitated with exclusively designed sports seats with 18-way adjustment and integrated headrests options.
Porsche Cayenne Turbo is the third-generation car, which got unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show. Therfore, this exclusively designed sports car has also been set to get ordered in a number of European countries. Price of this super sports car in Germany is expected to be starting from $166,471 (€138,850) including taxes. By the end of this running year, the first unit of Porsche Cayenne Turbo is expected to get shipped to its buyer.
-By Chandrani Sarkar (Content Developer and Research Analyst @Travarsa)