April 10, 2012

Porsche Cayenne GTS Unveiled

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Porsche is once again combining one of its most sporty nomenclatures – GTS – with one of its least sporty cars – the Cayenne. The new Porsche Cayenne GTS is set to make its debut at the Beijing motor show in a couple of weeks. We will of course be able to provide your Porsche Cayenne car insurance.

Designed to sit between the ‘basic’ V8 Cayenne S and the full-house Turbo, the new GTS gets an uprated version of the naturally aspirated 4.8-litre V8 engine from the S, with 420hp (up from 400hp), channelled to all four wheels via an eight-speed Tiptronic ZF auto, the eccentric manual option from the previous GTS sadly long gone. All these different models can be covered using our Porsche Cayenne car insurance.

Chassis tweaks include PASM active suspension, a ride height that’s 24mm lower than in the S and a rather more nebulous suggestion that the suspension is “more tautly tuned”. Visual clues include Cayenne Turbo-esque front-end styling, gloss-black window surrounds and trims, side skirts, bigger wheel arches and a ‘twin-wing’ roof spoiler.

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Taken from original Pistonheads article – link here.