340 - 680 CV
4,2 - 14,1l/100km
245 - 295 km/h
EVEN MORE LUXURY AND BETTER PERFORMANCE
The Cayenne, Porsche's successful SUV, was first launched over 20 years ago. The manufacturer has completely redesigned the third generation. This includes changes to the chassis, engine, interior and design. It has included innovative features and multiple customisation options. It is also being offered in new body colours. According to the range manager, this is one of the most important improvements in the brand's history.
The 2023 Porsche SUV is more versatile than ever, offering luxurious comfort in everyday life and performance off and on the road.
An even more efficient and fuel-efficient engine range
The entry-level model, which is 100 per cent petrol, has a 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 block. It now develops 500 Nm of torque and 353 horsepower. The Cayenne S (Standard) has been added to the brand's catalogue and is aimed at enthusiasts of fine motoring. Thanks to its V8, it produces 600 Nm of torque and 474 horsepower. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.6 seconds.
Like the entry-level model, the plug-in hybrid (E-Hybrid) is also equipped with a 3.0 V6. However, this is combined with a 130 hp electric motor and a 25.9 kWh battery. In all-electric mode, the combined power and range are 470 hp and 90 km respectively.
The Cayenne Turbo GT is at the top of the range. It is powered by a 4.0 V8 with 659 hp and is only available as a coupé. It has a top speed of 305 km/h and a 0 to 100 km/h time of 3.1 seconds.
PORSCHE CAYENNE AND CAYENNE COUPÉ: THE ELITE OF SPORTS SUVS
3 petrol engines, 2 hybrid engines and 2 body styles, technological equipment for a perfect journey
OPTIMISED CHASSIS AND NEW LINES
With the 2023 version, Porsche has clearly reaffirmed its high standards for its large SUV. The exterior is particularly athletic, expressive and sharp. The bonnet, curved wings and front bumper emphasise the SUV's width. The main headlights are square-shaped and feature fine-resolution HD Matrix LED technology. They provide optimum illumination of the road in all weather conditions. The rear light strip is three-dimensional and thicker. The number plate is integrated into the rear bumper.
The Stuttgart-based company's engineers have also done considerable work on the chassis. The latter allows for better differentiation between the Sport Plus, Sport and Normal driving modes. It ensures better damping, handling and stability in off-road and on-road modes.
Wheel sizes of 22, 21 and 20 inches are available as options.
A CABIN THAT INVITES A LONG JOURNEY
Most of the features are visible on the inside. The key words are technology, connectivity and modernity.
The centre console has a slightly curved design and includes several display options. The gearstick lever is located on the dashboard between the instrument panel and the infotainment screen.
The focus is on driver comfort, with many interactive features. The main controls are grouped around the latest generation steering wheel, enhancing the driving experience. The 12.6-inch screen is fully self-contained and digital. It allows you to select night vision assistance, online navigation, rev counter, etc. The passenger has a 10.9-inch screen at his disposal. The passenger has a 10.9-inch screen at his or her disposal, allowing him or her to view the car's performance data or watch videos.