Cayenne Turbo

2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Review

The Porsche Cayenne is perhaps one of the brand’s most controversial cars to have been introduced to the market. Not because of its design or capabilities, but simply because it’s an SUV with a Porsche badge. To this day there are still many people that won’t put the discussion to bed, despite the fact that […]

2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Review

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New Cayenne Turbo Offers The Best of Both Worlds

The new and refreshed Cayenne Turbo is, as expected, mouth-watering. Inheriting new visual updates like the broad strip of a taillight, an enormous dash, the stylish gauge cluster like the one found in the new Panamera, there’s plenty to salivate over. However, this stylish people carrier is more than an attractive item to park in front of the tennis club. It turns out to be a very quick, very tech-heavy, and surprisingly capable sports car, too.

Need to Know: 

  • Optional rear wheel-steering
  • Downsized engine: now utilizing a 4.0-liter V8 making 550 horsepower and 568 lb-ft of torque.
  • Clever roll stabilization system.
  • Optional ceramic brakes.

Porsche employs a new 48-volt architecture to power the Cayenne’s sophisticated suspension system, which is said to be so good at offering both flat cornering and compliance over surface undulations, it might be off-putting to people expecting a more traditional feel. The slightly alien sensation of a high-riding SUV cornering with next to no roll, coupled with the plush ride offered by three-chamber air shocks, makes the new Cayenne Turbo one of the few machines truly suited for both long hauls and backroad blitzes. Additionally, when a little more traction is needed off the paved road, the electronic sway bars can effectively decouple for control on a rocky path.

As you’ll see in the video above, much of the Cayenne’s athleticism comes from the giant Pirellis it wears, making the Porsche nimble in ways that most SUVs aren’t. However, as the tires are performance oriented, they hamper most of the Cayennes formidable off-roading capabilities. Not that many Cayenne Turbo owners are going to go flat out across a sodden field, but there’s a point at which these ultra-fast SUVs could be criticized for their lack of off road usability. Is this machine the ultimate blend of performance and luxury?

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New Porsche Cayenne Turbo review – can it yet be called a real performance car?

The new Cayenne Turbo broadens the talents of the previous model, it remains the quintessential high-performance SUV…

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IAA Frankfurt 2017: Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Porsche debuted the new Porsche Cayenne Turbo this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2017. The most powerful model in the new Cayenne line-up produces some extraordinary figures. It is one of the fastest SUV’s on the planet! We took a closer look. The new Cayenne Turbo gets the same 4.0-liter V8. For the new […]

IAA Frankfurt 2017: Porsche Cayenne Turbo

 

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Francfort 2017 Live : Porsche Cayenne Turbo [vidéo]

Francfort 2017 Porsche Cayenne Turbo

Après les versions de base en août, Porsche a dévoilé comme prévu à Francfort la version la plus puissante en attendant la version Turbo S E-Hybrid, le Cayenne Turbo. Sous le capot, le Cayenne Turbo héberge le nouveau V8 4 litres biturbo qui développe 550 ch et 770 Nm de couple, soit 30 ch et 20 Nm de plus […]

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