Just a Facts:
- The second-generation 2013 Porsche Cayenne GTS will make a universe entrance during a arriving Beijing Auto Show.
- The redesigned 2013 Cayenne GTS facilities a some-more absolute engine and upgraded chassis.
- The GTS indication slots between a Cayenne S and a Cayenne Turbo.
STUTTGART, Germany — The second-generation 2013 Porsche Cayenne GTS will make a universe entrance during a arriving Beijing Auto Show, with a some-more absolute engine and upgraded chassis. Slated to arrive late this summer in a U.S. as a 2013 model, a Cayenne GTS will container between a Cayenne S and a Cayenne Turbo.
The new Cayenne GTS facilities a 414-horsepower chronicle of Porsche’s naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V8, propitious with automobile stop-start and corresponding to an eight-speed Tiptronic S transmission. Porsche claims 0-60 acceleration takes 5.4 seconds, with 0-100 in 13.3 seconds. Top speed is 162 mph, and fuel economy on a European pushing cycle is 22 mpg.
Hardware upgrades embody Porsche Active Suspension Management, that lowers float tallness by 0.9 in. and enables some-more accurate handling.
The Cayenne GTS borrows a front finish of a Cayenne Turbo, adding such extraneous touches as far-reaching circle arches, side skirts and a twin-wing roof spoiler. The cockpit is embellished in leather and Alcantara.
Porsche pronounced a new Cayenne GTS will go on sale in a U.S. in August, labelled from $83,025, including shipping.
Edmunds.com says: Consider this a “turbo look” chronicle of a Cayenne, that positively isn’t a bad thing.