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2009 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S

Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is the most powerful cayenne ever produced. The Porsche SUV is powered by 550 HP 4.8 liter twin turbocharged V8 engine. Cayenne Turbo S can fire from standstill to 60 mph in 4.7 seconds and has the maximum speed of 174 mph (280 km/h).


The Cayenne Turbo S will debut in the US and Canda in August of 2008. Check out more performance details after the jump.





Hottest Cayenne ever will debut in the U.S. and Canada in August

Atlanta, April 21, 2008 - The new 2009 Cayenne Turbo S is Porsche’s response to the enormous demand, especially in the emerging markets of Eastern Europe and Asia, for premium brand vehicles with exclusive heritage and performance. With a 4.8 liter twin turbocharged V8 engine that delivers 550 hp, this latest Porsche SUV is the most powerful Cayenne ever produced. Remarkably, even with a 10% horsepower increase over the Cayenne Turbo, the new Cayenne Turbo S shares the identical mileage figures (based on European Operating Cycle).

The new Cayenne Turbo S is instantly recognizable with its 21 inch alloy wheels that are housed in wheel arches painted to match the exterior color, and dual-twin sports tailpipes in brushed aluminum. Additionally, the air intake grilles and wheel arch extensions are painted the same color as the Cayenne’s body. Lava Gray Metallic, a new color that is rich yet understated, will be offered as an exclusive option for the Cayenne Turbo S.

The Cayenne Turbo S comes standard with air suspension, self-leveling and ride-height control, along with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM). This technology combined with the standard Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) and Servotronic speed- sensitive variable power steering allows the driver to enjoy the additional horsepower while still being rewarded with the handling and performance characteristics that you can only find in a Porsche SUV.

The Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) system currently offered only on sports cars will be available on all 2009 Cayenne S, GTS, Turbo and Turbo S models in conjunction with 20’’ or larger wheels. PCCB braking power is provided by six piston calipers applied to 16.4 inch ceramic discs in the front and four piston calipers and 14.56 inch discs in the rear.

As should be expected, the standard interior of the top-of-the range Turbo S is equipped with high-end features such as sport seats with memory, carbon trim on the dashboard and door, leather interior in exclusive color combinations (Black/Havanna and Black/Steel Grey), plus a leather steering wheel with padded rim.

The Turbo S will be available in the United States in August and pricing will be announced in the near future.

Technical data
Engine Twin turbocharged V8
Fuel injection Direct fuel injection (DFI)
Displacement 4.8 liter (4806 cc)
Bore 96 mm (3.78 in)
Stroke 83 mm (3.27 in)
Compression ratio 10.5:1
Max. power output 550 hp at 6000 rpm
Max. torque 553 lb. ft. at 2250-4500 rpm
Gearbox Six-speed Tiptronic S
Transmission Porsche Traction Management (PTM), permanent all-wheel drive
All-wheel moment distribution Front: 38 % Rear: 62 %
Chassis Independent suspension - front: via large basis double wishbones; rear: multi-link suspension; air suspension with self- leveling and ride-height control, including Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) and Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC)
Brakes Front: six-piston aluminum monobloc fixed calipers, discs internally vented with diameter 14.96 inch (380 mm)

Rear: four-piston aluminum monoblock brake disks together with internally ventilated brake disks with diameter of 14.09 inch (358 mm)
Wheels 10 J x 21
Tires 295/35 R 21
Steering Servotronic rack and pinion (power assist)
Curb weight 5,192 lbs. (2,355 kg)
Acceleration 0-60 mph in 4.7 sec
(0-100 km/h in 4.8 sec)
Max. speed 174 mph (280 km/h)
Fuel consumption Not available at time of printing

2009 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S


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