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Porsche Cayenne Turbo (Mk II) specs

Car type SUV/truck
Curb weight 2170 kg (4784 lbs)
Power / weight 230 ps (227 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 323 Nm (238 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2010
Origin country Germany
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Performance

Top speed 278 kph (173 mph)
0 - 50 kph 1.6 s
0 - 100 kph 4.3 s
0 - 200 kph 14.9 s
0 - 250 kph 29.2 s
0 - 60 mph 4.0 s
0 - 100 mph 9.4 s
Est. 1/8 mile 8.1 s @ 91.3 mph
1/4 mile 12.4 s @ 113.1 mph
1000 m 23.7 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph 10.6 s

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Porsche Cayenne Turbo acceleration graph

Powertrain

Engine type V8 Twinturbo DFI
Displacement 4.8 l (293 ci)
Power 500 ps (493 bhp / 368 kw)
Torque 700 Nm (516 lb-ft)
Power / liter 104 ps (103 hp)
Transmission 8 speed Tiptronic S
Layout front engine, all wheel drive

Laptimes 6

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saxy  2y ago

That's why SUVs will never be the best driving machines. Fact


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Iggz  2y ago

not to mention the slow and non-reactive manual shifting mode that really pissed me off. Not even a double clutch in for those 160k. Honestly, they can stick that carbon interior touches and alcantara up theirs..


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Iggz  2y ago

sorry to dissappoint, but drove this car for a while now and whoever drove it too will agree that in any mode (incl. all Sports Buttons on with PSM off):

  • Turbo lag is massive
  • heavy piece of asss . non ceramic breaks in my case had a slow reaction time
  • engine sound sucks for an 8 cylinder that size
  • steering not precise for a claimed sports SUV
  • lots of understeering cause of that same heavy big asss

for that Money and for the claims they made more of a girls SUV and HEAVILY overrated


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uptownfunker  2y ago

Any car that sprints to 200 kph in under 20 seconds is fast. But for an SUV, it's hyperfast!


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mkjohannesen  3y ago

The new Cayenne Turbo 2015, expect a lap time of under 8 minutes on Nordschleife.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7Ib2nAw8RI



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Ftj  6y ago

all the new information from .autozeitung.de/auto-vergleichstest/power-suv-von-bmw-mercedes-und-porsche-mit-insgesamt-1612-ps-im-test

is for the 540 ps not the 500 ps


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Eryk03  6y ago

That is crazy fast! 4.3s to 100km/h with 2+ tones and 500 hp. Respect.




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benzsl  6y ago

0-50kph:1,6
0-100kph:4,4
0-200kph:16,0
0-250kph:29,2

Reference:Autobild sportscars 6/2012


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Apathy  7y ago

I suppose I will have to clarify that I mean the US MY when talking about a specific car year.


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gt  7y ago

well, fastestlaps.com use the year of introduction to avoid model year conflict between regions ..

the model year is just an advertising term...


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Apathy  7y ago

I'm aware. I was just giving the model year.

I was "corrected" and so I further explained myself.

Whenever I talk about a car, I always use the model year. It appears some do not think similarly.


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gt  7y ago

there's always a difference between "Year of introduction" and "model year"


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Apathy  7y ago

I don't know about Europe, but the earliest Cayenne you can buy in the US is a 2003.

Also, it appears Porsche didn't sell the cayenne in the US in 2007.
http://www.autoweek.com/article/20060821/free/60821003

SO, what you say about the Cayenne might be true for Europe Georg, but in the US, the face-lift was in 2008 and the 2010 model is sold as a 2011.< This is actually comon in the US, the 2011 Mustang is a perfect example.


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Apathy  7y ago

Excuse me, the 2010 Cayenne has been available since May 2010.

For whatever reason, it's considered a 2011 model in America.


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Apathy  7y ago

You are right Georg, the 955 Cayenne was from 2002-2006, the 957 from 2007-2010, and the newest Cayenne has only been sold as a 2011, at least in the US.

Here's my proof about the 2011 US claim: http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/car/10q1/2011_porsche_cayenne-prototype_drive
http://www.caranddriver.com/news/spied/09q3/2011_porsche_cayenne-spied
In 2010, it was only considered a prototype. So yeah... pretty sure it's a 2011, at least in the US. ;)


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Georg  7y ago

The Cayenne was sold as Mk I from 2001 till 2006... early 2007 (not 2008) was the big facelift ...first facelift Cayenne were delivered 24.Feb 2007...
The Cayenne Mk II is avaible since May 2010 (not late 2010) and it is not a 2011 modelyear

The facelift of the Mk I was huge with many new engines(switching to fuel direct injection and diesel engines lowering the consuption about 8-15%) and a completely redesigned body with a 10% lower airdrag... so caling the facelift MkI MkII is not completely wrong... but they still use the same chassie.. the Cayenne Mk II use the new chassie of the Touareg Mk II


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Apathy  7y ago

There are two generations from what I've found.

MKI runs from 2002-2010, with a facelift in 2008.

This car has technically only been sold as a 2011 model as well, even though it was first sold in the 4th quarter of 2010 in Europe.


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FastestLaps  7y ago

Could these Cayennes here labeled as "MK II"s be just first generation facelifts?

Very confusing. We need a Cayenne expert here. Any cayennologists here?


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DeDe  7y ago

Haha, same cars :)
Not mkIII, mk2.


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FastestLaps  7y ago

I am confused. What's the difference between this http://www.fastestlaps.com/models/porsche-cayenne-turbo-mk-i-facelift and Cayenne Turbo in this page?

MK III? Are there really three generations of Cayenne?



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Georg  7y ago

that happen often that manufactor incorrectly transfer orginal PS claims into hp claims...the Porsche Cayenne Turbo has 368kW which are 500PS or 493hp if you look at the Porsche USA page technical spec page and click on the 500hp opens a dyno sheet with the hp and torque curve over the rev band... there you see the Cayenne Turbo reach 368kW which they claim are 500hp but thats incorrect thats 500PS and 493hp


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Apathy  7y ago

Ah, I see. Does the American version make more power? Porsche advertises the engine as having 500 HP on their US website. And it only makes 516lb ft according to Porsche for the US. The Porsche website also says it weighs 4784, not 4774.

This SUV really is something else though. 22mpg highway with a TT V8, and a CD of .35. Game changer...


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Georg  7y ago

there is no different between the 2010 and 2011... deleted the 2011


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Apathy  7y ago

My mistake, that's the 2011.

But there is no 2011 page...:|


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Apathy  7y ago

C&D managed a 12.4@113
They also got a 0-100 of 9.7 seconds.

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/car/11q1/2011_porsche_cayenne_turbo-short_take_road_test

I know they didn't do a 0-100km, but they DID get a 0-60 of 4.0 flat... Goddamn.


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marv  7y ago

@FastestLaps

Here is the online article from Autobild featuring X5 M and Cayenne Turbo : http://www.autobild.de/artikel/bmw-x5-m-gegen-porsche-cayenne-turbo-vergleich-1246410.html

Cayenne Turbo :
0-100km/h - 4,7s
0-200kmh/ - 16,9s

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