What’s new?It’s out the the old, regular hybrid Cayenne and in the with a new, fancy plug-in hybrid version. This way Porsche can further reduce the car’s CO2 footprint and boast improved fuel economy and CO2 numbers plus the ability for the car to run on electric power alone.
This makes it great for emissions-free city motoring, and adds another welcome dimension when it comes to performance driving as you get the combined shove of the Cayenne’s 329bhp supercharged 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine and the 94bhp electric motor. The cherry on the cake is the ability to fully charge in a few hours or even when on the move for added flexibility.
Looks and image
The Cayenne has matured considerably since it first appeared, and its appearance is now more in line with the rest of the Porsche family. So, cu...