2011 Porsche Cayenne Deciphered
Dec 08, 2009 | Comments 8
The spy cameras have captured images of the prototypes of Porsches next gen Cayenne edition in Germany .The sketches which have been floated reveal various important details about the new SUV .
It is known that this new edition will be called as the 2011 Porsche cayenne and will be available in the showrooms by May 2010. The new edition is smaller in size compared to its predecessor and is engineered on the lines of Audi Q7 and next gen Volkswagen Touareg.
The engineers have designed the new edition with a smaller size looking at the demand and response that they received with the current edition. The sketches reveal that along with the size they have also shortened the wheelbase by almost 40mm and the height by about 20mm. However, the exterior body line is crafted with taller waistline and LED daytime running lights. The images of the interiors reveal a similarity to the recently reveled Panamera. The inner cabin will flaunt fewer buttons and a redesigned centre console with air vents situated at the sides of the navigation screen.
It is expected that the new edition Porsche will be powered by 3.0 liter V6 turbo diesel engine which would generate 240hp. The new edition would offer options of 3.6 liter V6 gasoline engine which would generate 330 hp or a 4.8 liter V8 engine which would produce 400 horsepower. It is expected that the Porsche Cayenne S edition will be powered by V8 engine which would pump out 420 hp while the Turbo model will be equipped with V8 twin turbo charged engine which would generate 500 hp. This edition would also feature a hybrid model which would powered by V6 engine paired with an electric motor which will be integrated to nickel metal hydride batteries.
All engines of the 2011 Porsche cayenne will include direct injection technology. Porsche has increased the power of its new edition which would in turn reduce the emissions and fuel economy.
It is expected that the top end models will sprint from zero to 60 mph in less than five seconds with a top speed of 180mph.The 2011 Porsche Cayenne will make its debut at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show.
Keep tuned in for finer details about this edition.. And we will back with lots of information.