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Porsche Cayenne






Porsche Cayenne S/Turbo
EngineV-six-cylinder/V-six-cylinder/V-eight-clinder
Displacement (bore/stroke)2.967 cm (83,0 mm * 91,4 mm)/3.598 cm (89,0 mm * 96,4 mm)/4.806 cm (96,0 mm * 83,0 mm)
Compression16,8 : 1/11,7 : 1/12,5 : 1
Engine control2 DOHC
Valves4 per cylinder
CamshaftsVariable valve timing
LubricationDry sump, integrated, about 8 liters
Torque550 Nm at 2000-2250 rpm/400 Nm at 3000 rpm/500 Nm at 3500-6500 rpm
Performance176 kW (240 HP) at 4000-4400 rpm/220 kW (300 HP) at 6300 rpm/294 kW (400 HP) at 6500 rpm
CO2-emissions195 g/km/192 g/km/245 g/km
DrivetrainFront engine with all-wheel drive
TransmissionSix-speed, eight-speed automatic
Suspension (in front)Double wishbones
Suspension (rear)Multilink
Spring systemAir
BrakesDiscs, ventilated inside, ABS
Brakes (in front)6-piston fixed caliper
Brakes (rear)4-piston fixed caliper
Tyres255/55 R 18 109Y XL (8"), automatic pressure control (optional)
Wheelbase2895 mm
Length4846 mm
Width1939 mm
Height1705 mm
cW-value * area0,36 * 2,8 m
Fuel tank capacity85 liter
Luggage compartment min/max670/1.780 liter
Kerb weight2430 kg incl. driver
Max. trailer weight3500 kg
Maximum speed218 km/h/230 km/h/ 258 km/h
Purchase priceFrom 58.000 Euro
Construction year2002
Elektric12 V/ 92 A/ 520 A


These tyres do not off-road ...


The Cayenne is seen as the third Porsche. The number three refers to a new class next to 911 and Boxster/Cayman. The Cayenne cannot fall back on any tradition, because building such a sportive giant is unique. It is requiring the impossible. It should combine the possibility of towing a trailer with up to 3.5 metric tons of weight, enough space for an active family, assert himself in the most difficult off-road situations as well as with very fast driving on the highway. There are (so far) two technical limitations to this concept: fuel consumption and tyres. While the fuel consumption is just staggeringly high, the tyres simply (so far) cannot perform the initially assigned job. They can be designed either for high speed on the highway, or perfect off-road performance. For safety reasons, Porsche chose for high speed tyres. The rest of the concept is very successful.

Porsche initially dispensed on the diesel, but only initially.

You may drive wherever you want with this car, according to the opinion of its founding fathers. Porsche has put countless racing victories on its name, among them a double victory of Paris-Dakar in 1986. However, in the meantime, there is rivalry. First of all there is the VW with the same basis. The VW might be equipped with a W12 with the same performance as the first Porsche Turbo. Mercedes offers an almost as strong V8. Therefore, the engine family is extended after three years (see below). Nevertheless, Porsche consciously surpasses the diesel engine which would help soften the discussion about the extraordinary fuel consumption.

At suspension and spring system (almost) everything adjustable.

One may suppose that the engine is extensively related with that of the Porsche 928. The road performances hardly differ from other Porsches. With full acceleration, the chassis descends after just 10 seconds with 125 km/h about 25 mm, with 210 km/h once again about 11 mm. One hardly feels the nearly 2.5 metric tons vehicle weight, though the car is of course not as handily as a sports car. The car is standard equipped with air suspension (see pictures 5 and 6) which does not hinder a sporty handling characteristic.

Correct oil pan despite dry sump.

In terms of the engine Porsche lives up to its expectations. The adjustable intake camshaft originates from the six-cylinder engines. The engine is in need of much more cooling. (pictures 6 and 7) Its cylinders are cooled down in a rather lateral than longitudinal flow to avoid heating one cylinder with the heat of another. Its aluminium material is long-live through special alloys or extra parts from compacted graphite iron. The engine oil is stored inside the engine, in spite of dry sump lubrication. Porsche advertises a life span of 90.000 km for the spark plugs. The turbo charger has oil- as well as cooling fluid connectors.

Porsche Cayenne S/Turbo
EngineV six-cylinder/eight-cylinder
Displacement3698/4806/4806 cm
Compression12,3/12,5/10,5 : 1
Torque385/500/700 Nm at 3500/2250-4500 rpm
Power213/283/368 kW (290/385/500 HP)
Nominal rotation speed6200 rpm
Maximum speedApprox. 225/250/275 km/h
Purchase price52.000/67.000/109.000 Euro (2007)






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