The 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S, packed with even more power, debuted at the North American International Auto show.
Online PR News – 25-January-2013 – Columbus, OH – The new 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S debuted at the North American International Auto Show and distinguished itself from the rest of its competition. The new Turbo S is not only designed with increased power, but also with new aesthetic features that set it apart from others in its class. The Cayenne Turbo S will be available this spring at Porsche Ann Arbor, a SteveGermain.com dealership.
Under the hood, the Turbo S packs a 550 horsepower twin turbocharged 4.8L V8 engine. That’s 50 hp more than the last generation. With the added power, the Turbo S goes zero to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and tops out at 175 mph. This kind of power is due to a less restrictive inlet manifold, more boost pressure from turbochargers, and a redesign of the ECU in the 4.8L engine.
The brute power from the Turbo S doesn’t come at an efficiency cost though. It still gets an estimated EPA of 15/22 mpg, which is the equivalent to the regular Turbo. Increased handling comes from the Porsche Active Suspension Management, as well as Dynamic Chassis Control which helps prevent rolling when cornering.
It’s not enough to just be powerful; it has to look powerful too. The Turbo S features a high-gloss black finish, sharp 21 inch alloy wheels, Turbo S badging and sleek quad-exhaust tips with polished aluminum finishing. These design elements distinguish the new Cayenne Turbo S from others in its class.
The 2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S will go on sale this spring. With a more powerful performance, a sleek design and a luxurious interior, every car enthusiast will be trying to get their hands on one. Stop by Porsche Ann Arbor to find out more information or contact SteveGermain.com.
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