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Porsche Cayenne Hybrid







Porsche Cayenne Hybrid 2014
EngineV six-cylinder (90)
Displacement (bore * stroke)2.995cm (84,5 mm * 89,0 mm)
Compression ratio10,5 : 1
ChargingCompressor
Mixture preparationDirect injection
Engine controlDOHC, 4 valves per cylinder, Inlet valve control
Lubrication8,1 litre motor oil
Torque440 Nm at 3000-5250 rpm
Performance245 kW (333 HP) at 5500-6500 rpm
CO2-emission79 g/km
Drive trainFront engine, longitudinal, all-wheel drive, self-locking center differential
Transmission8-speed converter automatic
Front suspensionDouble wishbone
Rear suspensionMulti link
Brakes f/rDiscs, ventilated, 6/4 piston fixed calipers
Wheels255/55 R 18 (8")
Wheelbase2.895 mm
Length4.855 mm
Width1.939 mm
Height1.705 mm
Drag coefficient (area)0,36 (2,81 m)
Tank capacity80 litres (pressure tank)
Load volume580-1690 litres
Payload775 kg
Kerb weight2350 kg incl. driver/in
Top speed243 km/h
Purchase price82,087 euros
Year of manufactureFrom 2014
Electric system12 V/ 75 Ah


Electric drive
Torque310 Nm at 0-1700 rpm
Performance70 kW (95 HP) at 2200-2600 rpm
BatteryLi-Io, 382 V, 10,8 kWh
Electric range18-36 km
Onboard charger3,6/7,2 kW
Top speed125 km/h

The exact same price as the Cayenne Diesel S, this can probably not be a coincidence. However, the emphasis is on the 'S', for the Cayenne Diesel is nearly 16,000 euros cheaper. The new hybrid, however, surpasses the around 100 g/km for CO2 emissions.

It is interesting how it is achieved because the hybrid consumes 20.8 kWh per 100 km according to Porsche's information, but has 'only' 10.8 kWh on board. Whether these are the fully usable kWh or only the nominal? And the Cayenne has 215 g/km emissions with a similar engine but less performance.

Theoretically, the Cayenne should thus be able to drive 50 km electrically and would then still emit more than 100 g/km. But Porsche indicates only a maximum of 33 km electric range. And yet just 79 g/km to be emitted on (the first) 100 km. And even though the combustion engine has neither continuous nor exhaust-side cam adjustment. However, it is the only one charged by the compressor instead of an exhaust gas turbocharger.

In summary, one can say that it is a hybrid drive with a relatively small battery for the car size. Accordingly, the luggage space shrinks only slightly, and the empty weight is increased moderately. Nevertheless, the steel suspension is able to cope with the extra weight so well, that still an almost greater payload arises than at the other models. After all, the chassis management PASM is as standard in the price.

The Cayenne Hybrid thus is among the S models not only seen from the price, apart from the active all-wheel drive. Also the double tailpipes indicate thereon. Although the system performance achieves, because of the different speed levels, not quite the sum of the individual performances, but comes very close with 306 kW (416 HP).

Regarding the difference in price, one can not only look to the battery, electric motor with decoupler and power electronics. There are 'hybrid-specific displays', air-conditioning compressor, power steering and brake booster electrically driven and different ways of charging, which actually identify the car as a plug-in hybrid. 11/14


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