Hot News !!! Porsche Cayenne 2018 Endurance Test

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--Dynamic design language. Typically Porsche The customary identifying features are there to be seen, including the strongly emphasized front panels, the long, downward sloping hood and with its power dome, and the characteristic three-piece air intakes, which are even larger and more dominant. --A new benchmark in performance and design – the new Porsche Surface Coated Brake (PSCB) The innovation behind this brake is the first ever combination of a cast-iron brake disc with a ceramic coating (tungsten carbide). Advantages over the conventional cast-iron brake of comparable construction and size: even better responsiveness and particularly high fading stability. --More powerful, more dynamic and more efficient. The new generation of engines The Cayenne generation of engines has been redeveloped completely from scratch and they now offer even greater power and torque. Combined with a further improvement in efficiency. --Everything under control. Thanks to 4D Chassis Control Sometimes there are several ways to get us to our destination. These could be in the form of newly incorporated features, such as adaptive air suspension with three-chamber technology or rear-axle steering. Also new to the Cayenne is the integrated Porsche 4D Chassis Control. It centrally analyzes the driving situation in all three spatial dimensions, e.g., pitch, roll and yaw. From this data, it computes the optimum driving states and synchronizes all chassis systems in real time. --The destination is in sight. Thanks to LED headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus. The better everything works in tune, the more dynamic, comfortable, efficient and safe the progress you will make. Porsche assistance systems are geared for sporty, active driving, giving you the driving pleasure you expect from a Porsche. --The joy of listening shouldn't be a solo experience With the Burmester®, BOSE® and Sound Package Plus sound systems, you get the best listening experience. In all five seats. --Of course, as with most modern family cars, the suite of driver assistance tech is vast. Expect: Adaptive cruise control Active lane-keeping Traffic sign recognition Automatic parking Adaptive cruise control Night vision using a thermal imaging camera Multimedia duties are taken care of by a 12.3-inch touchscreen and the very same Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system as in the current Panamera. You also get an analogue tacho flanked by a pair of 7.0-inch screens as an instrument panel and a multifunction steering wheel to give you a fighting chance of controlling the myriad electric systems effectively. Sound systems from Bose and Burmester will be on hand to cost you even more money in optional extras, while there’s even a system that uses the surround view camera to film your off-roading escapades to improve your skills. That’s assuming any Cayennes make it out of the suburbs and onto the rough stuff, of course… --Any word on hotter or cleaner Cayennes? Fair question. In the past we’ve seen Cayenne pepper in the form of GTS, Turbo and Turbo S models, while we’ve also seen and hybrid versions of this popular SUV and it’s entirely likely we’ll see these sorts of models again, including the likelihood of a full electric version based on the Mission E concept car. --What about a Cayenne diesel? At launch the range comprises two petrol engines. Bosses wouldn’t be drawn on when (or indeed whether) a derv Cayenne will arrive. In engineering terms the infrastructure is there, but the agenda is very much headed towards PHEV and full EV drivetrains in development. In fact, during one chat with Porsche AG CEO Oliver Blume, the dreaded ‘D’ word was dismissed altogether. ‘Diesel isn’t as important to Porsche. We haven’t decided yet whether it will continue. You can expect a communication on that within a month.’ And while sales of diesel SUVs are relative strong in Europe, the Cayenne’s two biggest markets – China and the USA – favour petrol, and thus the two engines launched on this third-gen car. Pricing starts at £55,695 for a base-spec Cayenne, rising to £68,330 for the Cayenne S. Keep an eye out for a review later this year to get the full CAR verdict. Drive Assistance Systems "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

Hot News !!! Porsche Cayenne 2018 Endurance Test - Add to those new engines, which are also powering the latest generation Panamera, and a thoroughly overhauled interior and it’s plain that there’s far more to this Cayenne than first meets the eye.

Propping up the range is a turbocharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol unit good for 330bhp, while the Cayenne S we’re driving here gets a twin-turbocharged 2.9-litre V6 which pumps out 434bhp. Topping the range is the monstrous 533bhp, twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 Cayenne Turbo.

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