Porsche Cayenne Hybrid road test evo

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We put Porsche’s new electric SUV under the Good enough to rank as a Porsche?

June 2010

as the name suggests, this is the assisted version of Porsche’s revamped Cayenne SUV. a standard hybrid system, in the battery is charged under then delivers power to all wheels via an electric motor between the 3.0-litre supercharged V6 and automatic gearbox. It costs

Technical highlights?

It’s got to be the satellite navigat. Only of course it’s the power which combines the Audi engine with a 47bhp 221lb ft) electric motor. An battery pack made up of 240 is mounted under the boot and it is theoretically possible to drive on electric power up to 37mph.

it like to drive?

If you don’t to closely at the attractive new switches in the Panamera-inspired interior, you’d know you were driving a which on one level is surely the So the 2240kg Cayenne drives like any other, with other-worldly cornering ability for a car of its and weight. Despite this car 21-inch wheels (a £3372 ride comfort has improved on the model, which is now markedly jerky.

One thing to be aware of is what terms ‘Sailing’. When you off the throttle, a clutch disengages the from drivetrain, but leaves the motor enagaged, so speed only very slowly. a neat trick, unnerving at and requires anticipation in your but there is a certain satisfaction to be from watching the screen telling you what percentage of time is spent at zero

Not a Porsche attribute we’re with.

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Putting the car in Sport stops this happening, you ‘proper’ engine braking and a sense of control over the

How does it compare?

Well, it’s a damn better than a Lexus for a start, but ‘Sailing’ the technology really any more advanced. unlikely to dissuade Porsche doing this again, so a hybrid Panamera in due course, and not pretend the sports car will be off either.

Anything else I to know?

The Cayenne Hybrid is the car in Porsche’s model line-up, out 193g/km of CO2 and achieving 34.5mpg. I’ve just spent days with it and the best I got was with an average of 24.4mpg. The and Cayman are way more efficient that, so to the latest 911 and I reckon have to drive the diesel pretty hard to get it down to level.

On that subject, which is of a Porsche the hybrid or the diesel? thoughts, please.

Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
Porsche Cayenne Electric Cars
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