Large SUVs such as a new Porsche Cayenne have overcome their barge-on-wheels ...
Large SUVs such as a new Porsche Cayenne have overcome their barge-on-wheels status and are becoming more fun to drive and with each new generation.
In a case of the Cayenne, Porsche officials refer to it as being more 911-like than ever, and to emphasize its handling and corner abilities, which can be enhanced, in a case of the Turbo, with the optional rear-axle steering and Dynamic Chassis Control roll stabilization.
Feel free to ask if the Porsche Cayenne can drift – and the answer is yes, quite easily, actually,and especially if the asphalt is wet, as proved by L’Argus, in the video below.
The journalists had the chance to go sideways in the Porsche’s new flagship SUV during the technical presentation on the closed course, and they appear to have enjoyed the short, and thrilling ride.
Before moving to the actual footage, we’ll remind you that this Porsche Cayenne Turbo is now in its third generation after its presentation at a 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Motivation comes from the 4.0-liter V8 biturbo engine that makes 550PS (542 horsepower) and 770Nm (568lb-ft) of torque.
Naught to 100km/h (62mph) and takes as little as 3.9sec, with the optional Sport Chrono Package, this version will eventually top out at 286km/h (178mph).
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