Porsche will not give up on the Cayenne despite some not too flattering remarks the first time. To prove it, they launched three versions of it simultaneously: Gents, the second generation of the Cayenne, the Cayenne S, and the Cayenne Turbo.
The cosmetic changes of new Cayenne range include a lower and wider body than before. Head and rear lights are nearer the outside, while foglamps are positioned lower. A redesigned roof spoiler extends the roof line, giving an even sportier vibe. Its new wheel arch design and low engine compartment promises a sharper profile, too.
But that’s just exterior. Apart from the Porsche Traction Management and the Porsche Stability Management, Direct Fuel injection is also introduced in all three new Cayenne models. This means that the Cayenne range ain’t just a pretty beast of an SUV, it’s a powerful pretty beast. Couple that aforementioned DFI with increased engine size, and you have got not just a promise of better performance but a substantial reduction of fuel consumption. – Lou E. Albano
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