Atotal of 500 kilowatts of power is from today available with Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid.
Porsche was among all the brands in Volkswagen group the first, which after the outbreak of the diesel scandal four years ago turned its back to diesel engines and 'retired' them. But the customers were not at any disadvantage. Mentioned engines were replaced by hybrids, which was particularly pleasing for the Panamera and Cayenne vehicles and their owners. Now, they are getting the sztrongest one yet.
There exactly 500 kilowatts of power in Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid, which will be available from the outset in both as a regular SUV and Coupe SUV form). Under the hood, both versions will be equiped with the same power train, consisting of turbocherged V8 with a power output of 550 bhp, or a 404 kilowatts and then connnected to an electric motor with a power output of 100 kilowatts, with the help of a car reaches an above-mentioned power.
Technical solutions that Porsche presents in the hybrid are one hand, bringing decent performances and on the other, efficiency.Apart from the 500 kilowatts of power at the disposal, driver will also have 900 NM of the torque, meaning that regardles of wast dimensions, car will get to 100 kilometres an hour in less than four seconds. Maximum speed? 295 kilometers per hour, almost the same as the recently presented Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe.
What about efficiency? Well, an electric motor won't just serve to support a petrol engine. While the average consumption of fuel should reach somewhere around four and five litres per 100 kilometers (or between 3.7 and 3,9-litre per 100 kilometers baccording to NEDC standard), but at the same time, we have to mention that Cayenne E-Hybird can work well only with the use of the electric drive motor. The battery pack with a capacity of 14,1 kilowatt hours will provide up to 40 kilometres of electrical autonomy, with a maximum speed of 135 kilometres per hour.
However, the customers of this Cayenne will not only receive a new drive train – by the way, Cayenne Coupe will now be made available with a weaker hybrid power train, where the petrol-driven six – cylinder is used as a basis-but also all the goods for cabin comfort. Thus, newcomers will also be equipped with the possibility of full connectivity of all types of smart phones, a real-time navigation system and even a remote-operated air conditioner. At the same time, all vehicles will also be equipped with a PDCC system which prevents excessive tilting of the chassis, air suspension and ceramic brakes.