There is a new mountain top model chili The lineup is as of today. The official name is 2022 Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT, it is the highest performance cross Always come out PorscheHowever, this is a big problem, and Porsche told us that it was not developed by the GT department.The department designed and developed some of our favorite products, such as 911 GT3, GT2 RS And many others. The Cayenne Turbo GT has followed this name, but it has not received the exact same treatment as other GT models.
In other words, we already know Keep SUV Nürburgring lap recordToday, Porsche revealed all the information about the vehicle.
It is not the most powerful Cayenne, but it is the most powerful Cayenne without help Slave motor. Porsche uses a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 Normal Cayenne Turbo Coupe, And then made a lot of changes.Output increased to 631 horsepower and 626 The pound-feet of torque has increased by 90 and 59 respectively.That’s not enough Lamborghini Urus This V8 version can produce 650 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque, but Porsche is faster. The Cayenne Turbo GT claims a 0-60 mph time of only 3.1 seconds, which is easily surpassed management‘0-62 mph time is 3.6 seconds.Which makes it better than 911 GT3 (Using PDK) also increased the mark by a tenth of a second. Regardless of the comparison, it is eye-opening for a crossover like the Cayenne to approach the three-second mark. The quarter mile takes only 11.6 seconds, and Porsche said its top speed has increased to 186 mph.
Compared with the standard Cayenne Turbo, the engine has undergone many changes to meet this standard. Porsche said it uses new crankshafts, pistons, connecting rods, timing chains and torsion dampers. The exhaust is made of titanium and has a central outlet. Porsche said that compared to the Cayenne’s conventional exhaust, it is much louder and weighs 40 pounds lighter.Thanks to the central outlet design, this Cayenne loses any towing Capacity, so if you want to take advantage of the Cayenne’s powerful 7,716 pounds towing capacity, look elsewhere.
If you think that putting the GT badge on the Cayenne may bring back Cayenne’s manual gearbox, we are sorry to disappoint you. The Cayenne’s eight-speed automatic transmission was put back into service, but Porsche said it has been modified to provide faster gear changes. Like all other Cayennes, this one is all-wheel drive. By adding a water-cooled transfer case, the heat capacity of the transmission system has also been improved.
Porsche has made a lot of changes to the suspension, beyond the scope of the standard Turbo Coupe. At the top, Porsche reduced the ride height by 0.67 inches. The air suspension remains the same, but the stiffness has been increased by 15%. All electronically controlled chassis systems have been recalibrated, and the dampers have also been re-adjusted. Porsche’s electromechanical anti-roll bars have been enhanced to reduce body roll. The torque vectoring system has been improved to improve steering response. The larger wheels, with 1 inch installed in the front, increase the negative camber angle by 0.45 degrees. These larger wheels are wrapped in rubber that is as aggressive as possible: Pirelli P Zero Corsa high-performance summer tires. You may tip for these, which is one of the reasons for the Nürburgring lap time of the Cayenne Turbo GT.
What helped this Cayenne to stop was the huge ceramic composite material brake (Standard) With rotors of 17.3 inches at the front and 16.1 inches at the rear.The front wheels are the same as the Urus, but the rear brakes are actually slightly larger than the Urus Lamborghini Suitable for. Porsche did not make any digital downforce claims, but the aerodynamics are clearly more aggressive than standard turbocharging. The GT-specific front panel has a larger front lip and larger side air intakes.It has a new upper tail carbon fiber On the side panels, there is also a strange adaptive spoiler with a two-inch gurney flap. This is twice the size of the standard Turbo adaptive spoiler. Its rear diffuser is made of carbon fiber and looks more lively.
You will notice other appearance changes to the GT including the standard carbon fiber roof, black fender arches, and the sweet 22-inch Neodyme (or gold) painted wheels you see on the reveal car. It also offers this epic arctic gray paint, which matches perfectly with the golden wheels. We will also point out that Porsche will not provide a Turbo GT with a standard body style. It’s just the roofline of the coupe now. Eight-way heavy-support sports seats are standard. In addition, Porsche decided to abolish the center rear seats in order to achieve a “sports rear seat arrangement.” Porsche provides you with a small storage box and oversized cushions on the two seats on either side of it, instead of the center seat-Porsche tells us that there will be no way to back the fifth seat. All seats are made of Alcantara fabric with contrast stitching in Neodyme or Arctic Grey. “Turbo GT” is sewn on the headrest, and the sports steering wheel has a yellow 12 o’clock mark that matches the standard yellow brake calipers.
If you want Porsche’s craziest crossover, it won’t be cheap. Prices start at US$182,150, including destination fees. From some perspectives, the current Cayenne’s highest price is Turbo S E-Hybrid, which starts at US$169,150.Compared to Urus, which starts at US$200,000, it’s very cheap and The last Urus we drove The final sticker is 270,000 US dollars. It is expected that dealers will begin to see them arrive in early 2022.