As promised, here are high-resolution wallpapers of the new and redesigned Cayenne luxury SUV. There are three models: the regular Cayenne, the Cayenne S, and the high-performance Turbo.
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Here are the images of the new facelifted Porsche Cayenne. Continue reading for more images as well as press release. You can expect high-resolution images within a few days. Thanks.
Here are the leaked shots of the new Porsche Cayenne with new aggressive and muscular lines. The Cayenne offers a 3.6-Liter V6 and offers 280 horsepowers instead of the current 250. The V8 grows from 4.5-Liters to 4.8. The Cayenne S now produces 380 horsepowers, instead of 340. The Cayenne Turbo performance SUV now achieves 500 horsepowers.
Figures for the new Cayenne is suspected to go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 5.1 seconds for the new Turbo, with a top speed of 275 km/h. The Cayenne will be available at the beginning of 2007 starting from approximately 56,000 to 115,000 Euros, which is priced well in this category of vehicles.
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Shown above, Porsche has released a teaser photo of the new facelifted 2008 Porsche Cayenne, which has updated sheetmetal from all around. To note in the picture, Porsche will be release 3 versions of the Cayenne, which would be the Cayenne, Cayenne S, and the turbocharged Turbo S.
Built at the Valmet Automotive plant in Uusikaupunki in Finland, Porsche is celebrating the production of its 200,000th Boxster. This unique vehicle was a meteor grey metallic Boxster S, which was delievered to a customer in the US. It has been 10 years since the production of the Boxster.
Popular Science has released its list of Best of What’s New for 2006. In the automotive category, there are 13 winners. To be considered a “Best of What’s New”, it must revolutionize and change the way we think about the future. Check out the list for yourself.
Welcome to the world of 4-door coupes. After the highly successful CLS, it looks like everyone is trying to get on the bandwagon. BMW is rumored to introduce its X6, based on the 6-Series, and Audi is set to launch its A7 coupe. Now Porsche is getting in on the fun as well, with its upcoming Panamera. Engine choices will include a 3.5-liter V6 with approximately 300bhp, and a 4.5-liter V8 with 350bhp. For those wanting more, there will also be an available turbo version with around 560bhp.
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