Porsche’s first move outside its SUV range was the Cayenne- the full size SUV that was based on the Audi Q7 platform. Porsche even got the Cayenne Turbo S,
which then made become the most powerful Porsche homologated for road use. After a while, it got a diesel version of the Cayenne. Porsche equipped the
Cayenne with a 3.0 litre V6 turbo diesel engine with 250 bhp supplied by Audi AG, a subsidiary of the VW Group.
Like the engines on offer, the eight speed Tiptronic S automatic transmission is perfectly prepared for the supreme power and torque to be conveyed to the
wheels, with gearshift points adjusting infinitely to the driver's style of motoring and the route he ' or she ' is taking. The spontaneous throttle
response and high torque characteristics of this diesel engine deliver the required performance levels for an athletic all-terrain vehicle such as the
The standard features of the Porsche Cayenne include air conditioning with dual-zone climate controls, interior air filter, tilt/telescopic leather-wrapped
steering wheel with radio controls, cruise control, leather upholstery, eight-way power front seats, outside-temperature indicator, and universal garage
door opener. All this is available in the base model as well. The Cayenne GTS added an optional rearview camera, keyless access and start, and memory
system. Finally, the most upscale Cayenne Turbo and Turbo S added a navigation system with voice recognition, premium sound system, optional four-zone
climate controls, heated rear seats, and six-disc CD changer. The Cayenne S adds a power sunroof and memory for the driver's seat.
The new Porsche Cayenne offers an unrivalled choice of engines in the premium SUV market segment, with Diesel, petrol, turbocharged petrol and Hybrid
available. Every Cayenne is a trend-setter in terms of performance and efficiency, courtesy of the principles of Porsche Intelligent Performance; more
power on less fuel and greater efficiency.