The new Porsche Cayenne is finally here and in all its trimmed out
glory. With 4 trims on offer, the Cayenne Diesel, the S Diesel, Cayenne S and
the Turbo, prices start from Rs.1.04cr (ex-showroom Delhi).
A 3.0L V6 engine in the Cayenne Diesel produces 245bhp with
550Nm of torque with has a fuel consumption of 13kmpl the massive SUV can
accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 7.6 seconds and has a top speed of 218 km/h.
The Cayenne S Diesel with the 4.2L V8 engine produces 385bhp
and torque of 850 Nm. From a standstill, it reaches 100kmph in only 5.4
seconds. Top speed is 252kmph with fuel consumption of 12.5kmpl.
The all-new 3.6L V6 bi-turbo engine of the Cayenne S gives
almost no fuel economy at all of 10.2kmpl while developing 420bhp and 550 Nm of
torque mated to the standard eight-speed Tiptronic S transmission, the Cayenne
S accelerates from 0-100kmph in just 5.5 seconds 0.4 seconds faster than the
previous Cayenne S and a top speed of 259kmph.
And most expensive of them all is the Cayenne Turbo, powered
by a 4.8L bi-turbo V8 that produces 520bhp and 750 Nm of torque. This lets the
Cayenne Turbo accelerate from 0-100kmph in a mere 4.5 seconds considering the
size of this vehicle that’s astonishing. The top speed of the Turbo is 279kmph.
With some minor facelifting the Cayenne remains as big and
bulky as it previously was. The ex-showroom Delhi prices in detail are as
Cayenne Diesel :Rs.1,04,00,000,
Cayenne S Diesel :Rs.1,21,00,000,
Cayenne S :Rs.1,18,50,000,
Cayenne Turbo :Rs.1,78,00,000
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