2014 Porsche Cayenne – Specifications, Pictures, Prices

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Porsche Cayenne

2014 Porsche Cayenne

The of the latest Cayenne follows in philosophy of evolutionary design, it does feature a much appearance than the previous thanks to more organic lines.

With a posh inspired by the Panamera sedan, the sports a long, sloping console and a plethora of buttons and thanks to the lack of an iDrive-style system. A longer wheelbase that rear-seat passengers now 6.3 inches of fore-and-aft sliding as as an adjustable backrest.

The dashboard a 7-inch color touch that runs a high-tech system called Porsche Manager (PCM). PCM groups the audio, navigation (if equipped) and functions into a single interface that packs a 40 GB drive, a USB port and Bluetooth

In navigation mode, PCM can show in either 2D or 3D in order to give the an idea of what terrain he or she will encounter during the The system also has a split-screen making it access to get a map and a list of at the same time.

All of PCM#039;s can be controlled by buttons and knobs. A recognition software is available at an cost on most models.

The base Cayenne is powered by a 3.6-liter VR6 engine that 300 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. engine can be paired with an speed automatic or a traditional manual, the latter of which is a rarity in the luxury crossover

The Cayenne is capable of a zero-to-60 of 7.1 seconds with the manual or 7.4 seconds with the automatic. Top is limited to 142 mph regardless of gearbox.

fuel economy has never a strong suit for the Cayenne, has vastly improved efficiency the range for the new generation. The base now achieves 15/22 mpg with the and 16/23 mpg with the automatic.

a handling standpoint, latest comes standard with a suspension, but for the first time Active Suspension Management, or is available as an option.

The entry-level comes standard with alloy wheels, an electronic brake, water repellent windows, a power tailgate, LED running lamps, automatic eight-way front power and a three-spoke multifunction steering

Cayenne S

The Cayenne S packs a 400 369 lb-ft of torque 4.8-liter V8 mated to an eight-speed Tiptronic S transmission. This combo is for a zero-to-60 jaunt of only 5.6 over a second faster the base Cayenne. Top speed increases from 142 mph to 160 mph.

the added power, fuel nearly matches that of the manual-equipped V6 Cayenne at 16 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the

Selecting the S model adds 18-inch alloys and a driver package that recalls and mirror settings.

Cayenne S

Power for the Cayenne S Hybrid from Audi’s supercharged V6 producing 333-horsepower, connected to a synchronous electric motor receives power from a 38 kW battery that resides in the tire well. The electric adds another 47 horsepower.

The S Hybrid is capable of traveling up to 40 mph on all power, with the system for the complete disengagement of the gas engine the driveline at speeds up to 97 mph. The allows for a coasting featuring, reduces drag and improves efficiency. The Cayenne S Hybrid 20 mpg city, 24 highway, and still a 6.1-second zero-to-60 time.

The offers roughly the same as the S but it offers a specific instrument

Cayenne Diesel

The Cayenne is motivated by a 3.0-liter V6 turbodiesel that also sees in the Volkswagen Toureg and Audi Q7. In the the engine produces 240 horsepower and an 406 lb-ft of torque. It propels the big from zero to 60 miles per in a claimed (and likely 7.2 seconds.

The diesel mill is to an eight-speed Tiptronis S transmission drives all four wheels. The start/stop system that is on other Cayenne models is not on the diesel. The EPA rates fuel at 19 mpg in the city and 29 mpg – numbers compare well to the more (though more powerful) S Hybrid#039;s 20/24 mpg efficiency

To help reduce harmful NOx the Cayenne Diesel is equipped Porsche#039;s selective catalytic (SCR) technology. The SCR system AdBlue fluid from a mounted in the spare tire to the catalytic converter.

On the outside, the noticeable difference between a Cayenne and a gas-burning one is a set of discreet badges glued to both fenders. It comes with the same level of equipment as the S.


The Cayenne GTS features a massaged of the S’s 4.8-liter that 420 horsepower and 381 lb-ft of torque. the first-generation GTS, which was with a unique-for-the-segment six-speed transmission, the current model is exclusively with an eight-speed transmission with an integrated system to boost fuel

Porsche claims that the GTS can sprint from zero-to-60 mph in 5.4 on the way to an ungoverned top speed of 162 mph. in the crossover’s accelerative efforts is a more aggressive final ratio than the S. Mileage is at 15 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.

Not content merely adding more Porsche also modified the GTS’s suspension, lowering it by 0.8 compared with the S and adding dampers. An option on most Cayenne models, Porsche Suspension Management, or PASM, is equipment of the GTS. This suspension system provides damper control for both the and rear axles, and a choice of settings: Comfort, Normal and

Inside, the Cayenne GTS benefits Alcantara finish on the seat center console, door and headliner. The rest of the interior over, although that’s a bad thing: with a contemporary, design and high-quality materials, one of the better-executed cabins in the segment.

exterior touches include side sills, a power hood, wider fenders, a spoiler with a twin-wing and four black exhaust

The Cayenne GTS comes standard power-adjustable front sport bi-xenon headlights, stainless pedals, a 10-speaker AM/FM/CD system, aluminum interior and 20-inch alloy wheels.


Porsche Cayenne

The Cayenne Turbo nearly at the top of the Cayenne hierarchy and a 500 horsepower, 516 lb-ft of torque 4.8-liter V8. Sprinting from a stop to 60 mph takes a scant 4.4 The Cayenne Turbo is 23 percent fuel efficient than the it replaces, and now achieves 15 mpg in the city and 22 on the

Like all new Cayenne models, the features Start/Stop technology, shuts off the combustion engine the vehicle is stopped. The Turbo comes standard with the Active Suspension Management, or while the technology is only an on other models.

Also contributing to handling is an all-wheel drive system an electronically controlled multiple-plate This system reduces and it can also be paired (for the time) with Porsche#039;s Torque Vectoring Plus

Turbo models come with all of the GTS’ features as as the aforementioned touchscreen-based navigation and 19-inch alloy wheels.

Turbo S

Positioned at the pinnacle of the mid-size crossover range, the Turbo S is one of the ultimate expressions of engineering might. Under the the twin-turbocharged 4.8-liter V8 gets a ECU unit and more boost to power to 550 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 553 of torque from 2,250 to rpm – increases of 50 horsepower and 37 of torque over the Turbo.

An automatic transmission sends to all four wheels, and zero-to-60 mph is in 4.3 seconds – impressively given the Turbo S’ The all-wheel-drive system is a sport-focused, unit that only power to the front wheels rear-wheel slippage is detected.

the Turbo S to handle and ride as as it accelerates are a bevy of special systems. The standard Porsche Chassis Control uses stabilizing actuators to achieve an effect, keeping the crossover in turns, while Porsche Vectoring Plus apportions between the two rear wheels to cut out and keep driving dynamics

Careful observers can tell the S apart from the standard by its black gloss exterior 21-inch 911-sourced wheels and quad tailpipes. Aside Turbo S badging and a two-tone scheme, the interior is all but unchanged.

Standard equipment includes upholstery, a navigation system seven-inch high-resolution display, power adjustable adaptive sports seats, a 14-speaker surround sound system AUX and USB inputs, SiriusXM satellite and an Alcantara headliner.


In typical Porsche fashion, the list is longer than Jest. Highlights include ceramic brake, an off-road protection kit and a 1000+ watt, Burmester sound system.

options include roof adaptive cruise control, change assist, lane warning, ventilated seats, an sunblind for the rear passengers, a ski a rear-seat entertainment package, a compass and a WLAN router in the glove box that provides wifi.

Occupant Safety

All models come standard dual front, side and side curtain airbags in to traction and stability control electronic brakeforce distribution, a pressure monitoring system and braking assist.

Key Competitors

in the market for a mid-size luxury SUV a variety of strong options to from. Besides the Cayenne, include the BMW X5. the Acura MDX. the M-Class. the Audi Q7 and the Infiniti

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