With its complex active chassis, the top athlete in SUV clothing surpasses the driving performance of many sports cars.
All of the basic Cayenne properties such as versatile off-road capabilities, high ride comfort and superior towing power have been preserved without exception.
Its NEDC fuel consumption of 11.5 litres per 100km is the same as that of the Cayenne Turbo, which makes it more fuel-efficient in relation to its engine power.
The new Turbo S model has an extra 50hp of power compared to the Cayenne Turbo, as well as a torque boosted from 700Nm to 750 Newton metres, and it converts them into faster acceleration and a higher top speed.
The sprint from zero to 100km/h takes just 4.5 seconds (-0.2 seconds), and the SUV accelerates to a top speed of 283km/h (+ 5km/h).
The Cayenne Turbo S was systematically configured for maximum dynamic performance.
Therefore, it incorporates all relevant control systems as standard equipment.
From the Cayenne Turbo it takes the combination of an air suspension and active PASM damping control.
Then there is Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC), which reduces the roll angle in curves to practically zero, improving agility and comfort equally.
Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus), which is also standard, operates with torque vectoring at the rear wheels together with an electronically controlled rear differential lock, which improves traction and therefore offers more agility in every driving situation.
The new Cayenne Turbo S is also equipped with the Sport Chrono package as standard.
Numerous exterior features such as the air inlet screens, headlight housings and mirror parts are painted in high-gloss black.
The standard 21-inch 911 Turbo II wheels with coloured Porsche badges were exclusively designed for the Cayenne Turbo S; their inside surfaces are painted in high-gloss black.