2011 Porsche Cayenne Price, Review & Picture – New Car Reviews, Actually, this car was launched in 2002, but many people who criticize this Porsche car output. As we know, the famous Porsche car with a good quality product in terms of shape, design, and technology applied in it. However, at the time the Porsche Cayenne features a design that did not show a true Porsche. Then, this car also had withdrawn and was revised.
New, in 2011, Cayenne returned to the show with a new face that has been improved from previous generations. At this time, the Cayenne appear lighter and have a lot of cargo space and more shows as a spectacular feature of the Porsche. The Cayenne S is the first hybrid offered by Porsche too. It is based on the Audi S4. It has a 3.0 Liter V-6 supercharged engine and it offers 333 hp. An additional electric motor adds 47 hp and 295 foot pound of torque. The Cayenne E Plus mode gets 40 mph from its battery. Additional speed is in the Turbo 500 hp variant as well; it goes 60 miles per hour in 4.4 seconds for those that really desire more power.
Pretty much everything has been revised. The 2011 Cayenne is lower in height, about 400 pounds lighter, structurally stiffer, more fuel-efficient, boasts a revamped cabin (looking very much like that of the Panamera), and sports a new, optional 8-speed automatic transmission. Green-friendly features include Automatic Start Stop (which shuts off the engine when the vehicle stops) and the new S Hybrid model.
Smoothly reshaped sheetmetal makes the Cayenne racier than ever. Porsche’s SUV looks meaner in part due to a new power dome on the hood and broader, more muscular rear shoulders. The Turbo wears a particularly aggressive grille. Think “Panamera.” And that’s a very good thing. Like the cockpit in Porsche’s new four-door sedan, the 2011 Cayenne serves up a luscious combo of leather, aluminum trim, plus a suite of standard and optional electronic conveniences.
As noted above, the new Cayenne is truly a purebred Porsche. Fling it into a corner, and you could easily forget you’re driving an SUV — yes, it’s that much like a sports car. The base six-cylinder model offers a fairly tame 300 horsepower, but the V-8 S model romps with 400 horses and the Turbo blazes the landscape with 500 horsepower. All models include a standard tire-pressure monitoring system (including electric compressor), all-wheel drive, a driver’s knee air bag, front-side air bags, and side curtain bags for both rows. Rear-side air bags are optional.
Engines: 3.6L V-6, 4.8L V-8, 4.8L twin-turbo V-8, 3.0L supercharged V-6 plus electric motor
Transmissions: 6-speed manual, 8-speed automatic
Models: Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne S Hybrid, Cayenne Turbo
EPA Fuel Economy
Cayenne S: 16 mpg city/22 mpg highway
Cayenne Turbo: 15 mpg city/22 mpg highway
Cayenne Hybrid: N/A
Price : $47,700 – $106,000