Porsche is yet another manufacturer who has jumped on the alternative fuels bandwagon. At the recent 2007 LA Auto Show, Porsche introduced their Cayenne Hybrid Concept, a sporty, luxurious SUV that will (hopefully) decrease fuel consumption by 25%-33% while (hopefully) doing the Porsche badge justice.
Watch the video of the Porsche Cayenne Hybrid Concept debut and let us know if it makes you want to go green… Continue reading
The 3rd generation 2008 Porsche 911 GT2 debuted at the 2007 Los Angeles International Auto Show. The 570hp, GT2 is lighter than its 911 Turbo brother and has more brute force than its 911 GT3 sibling.
Watch our video of the 911 GT2 debut and let us know if you believe its 7:32 Nürburgring lap time.
You can also watch the 2008 Porsche 911
Porsche just showed their Cayenne Hybrid at the 2007 LA Auto Show. Porsche, who is hoping to decrease fuel consumption by about 25%, specifically in city traffic, is aiming to get 24 miles per gallon from the Cayenne Hybrid and hopes to push it up to 26-mpg in the near future.
The Cayenne Hybrid will feature a full-hybrid design where the hybrid module (clutch and… Continue reading
The unveiling of the 2008 Porsche Cayenne from the North American International Auto Show marks the world debut of the more powerful second generation Porsche sport utility vehicle.
The second generation SUV can be equipped with optional Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC). PDCC offers active anti-roll bars which almost completely offsets body roll in turns, improving handling, comfort and active safety on-road while providing enhanced off-pavement traction.
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Porsche has announced the next-generation Cayenne and its Turbo and S variants will make their worldwide debut at NAIAS 2007 in January. The trio of 2008 Porsche SUVs incorporates new styling, enhanced engine performance and innovative handling technology.
To increase power and torque, as well as fuel economy, the engines on all three new Cayenne models are equipped with direct gasoline injection, known at Porsche as Direct Fuel Injection… Continue reading
For the first time in the 40-year history of this unique, stylish model, the 911 Targa is available exclusively with permanent all-wheel drive and a rear body profile that is 44 millimeters (1.73 in.) wider than the standard 911 Carrera. Porsche’s 911 Targa concept, originally launched in 1966 and named after the
storied Targa Florio race, was the first car of its type to offer all the driving sensations of… Continue reading
We knew it was coming but we didn’t know it would come this soon. Today Porsche announced the Porsche Cayman (without the S) will be available soon. Probably the best news is that Porsche will begin marketing the new Cayman for under $50,000.
Full press release from Porsche AG follows:
On the heels of the January’s much anticipated and highly successful launch of the new Cayman S… Continue reading