Porsche Cayenne 0-60 times

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2018 Porsche Cayenne 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Turbo S 4dr All-wheel Drive,570 hp

4.2 sec

12.9 @ 107 mph
Turbo 4dr All-wheel Drive,520 hp

4.5 sec

13.2 @ 105 mph
GTS 4dr All-wheel Drive,440 hp

5.5 sec

13.9 @ 100 mph
S 4dr All-wheel Drive,420 hp

5.9 sec

14.4 @ 100 mph
Platinum Edition 4dr All-wheel Drive,300 hp

6.8 sec

15.4 @ 88 mph
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive,300 hp

6.8 sec

15.4 @ 88 mph

2017 Porsche Cayenne 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Turbo S 4dr All-wheel Drive,570 hp
turbo,

4.2 sec

12.9 @ 107 mph
Turbo 4dr All-wheel Drive,520 hp
turbo,

4.5 sec

13.2 @ 105 mph
GTS 4dr All-wheel Drive,440 hp
turbo,

5.5 sec

13.9 @ 100 mph
S 4dr All-wheel Drive,420 hp
turbo,

5.9 sec

14.4 @ 100 mph
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive,300 hp
turbo,

6.8 sec

15.4 @ 88 mph

2016 Porsche Cayenne 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
GTS 4dr All-wheel Drive,440 hp
turbo,

5.5 sec

13.9 @ 100 mph
Base 4dr All-wheel Drive,300 hp

6.8 sec

15.1 @ 92 mph

Porsche Cayenne 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2018

4.2 - 6.8 sec

12.9 @ 107 - 15.4 @ 88 mph
2017

4.2 - 6.8 sec

12.9 @ 107 - 15.4 @ 88 mph
2016

5.5 - 6.8 sec

13.9 @ 100 - 15.1 @ 92 mph
2015

5.5 - 7.2 sec

14 @ 102 - 15.6 @ 80 mph
2014

4.2 - 7.7 sec

13 @ 101 - 15.9 @ 79 mph
2013

4.2 - 7.7 sec

13 @ 101 - 15.9 @ 79 mph
2012

4.2 - 7.7 sec

13 @ 101 - 15.9 @ 91 mph
2011

4.2 - 7.7 sec

13 @ 101 - 15.9 @ 91 mph
2010

4.7 - 7.5 sec

13.3 @ 102 - 15.9 @ 88 mph
2009

4.7 - 7.5 sec

13.3 @ 101 - 15.9 @ 94 mph
2008

4.9 - 7.5 sec

13.5 @ 98 - 15.9 @ 88 mph
2006

5.3 - 9.1 sec

13.7 @ 100 - 16.9 @ 81 mph
2005

5.3 - 9.1 sec

14.4 @ 95 - 16.9 @ 80 mph
2004

5.3 - 9.1 sec

14.4 @ 95 - 16.9 @ 81 mph
2003

5.3 - 6.8 sec

13.7 @ 95 - 15.3 @ 89 mph

Porsche Cayenne competitors' 0-60 mph acceleration

Cars with the same 0-60 time

2018 BMW M240

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.7 sec @ 110
2018 Cadillac ATS-V

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.5 sec @ 117
2018 Chevrolet Corvette

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.4 sec @ 116
2018 Dodge Charger

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.6 sec @ 114
2018 Jaguar XE

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.7 sec @ 108
2018 Porsche 911

0-60 times 4.2 sec

1/4 mile 12.6 sec @ 113

Introduction

German venerable sports car maker, Porsche has decided to roll out the hybrid version of the current Cayenne. Out of the Cayenne SUVs, this is the third with a hybrid powertrain; the first generation model might not have had such a variant, but the second Cayenne had two such variants, a regular hybrid, and a plug-in. This implies that the number of Cayenne hybrid generation is almost equivalent to that of Honda Insight, which was the first hybrid of any type offered on our shores.

 

0-60 and Engine specs

The engines might be down on size but are way up on power. There are four choices available, which are all petrol, beginning with a 3.0-litre turbocharged V6 with 335bhp, then a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 with 434bhp and head to the 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 with 542bhp, also known as the Turbo. Don’t forget the 456bhp V6 hybrid with nowse from the 918 Spyder hypercar in its mode strategy. Can it get any more German than that?

All the options have an eight-speed auto – Tiptronic instead of a double-clutch PDK because it is convenient for towing horseboxes and speedboats, which is something that Cayenne buyers like doing – and there is a massively impressive tech list which is dizzyingly expensive. But would you expect less for a car that can car stop you from curbing it, park itself drive itself both on and off-road..?

Powertrain product line manager for SUVs at Porsche, Friedemann Heller stated that it was a worthwhile effort for the weight savings to engineer a single motor to handle the difficult duty of a cold-engine start. There is only one downside that if there ever happens to be a fault in the high voltage battery, the Cayenne will only drive like a regular car if the 12-volt battery’s charge endures. The location where the SUV is shut off, supposing the fault isn’t self-correcting is where it will have to sit until a tow truck arrives; this is because the car cannot start without the high-voltage battery.

There is a 48-volt subsystem which makes electronics more confusing to the average Joe, and the subsystem is on every Cayenne E-Hybrid if or not it has the optional Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control ($3590) alongside its active front anti-roll bar. The 48-volt system is necessary for all examples since the anti-roll bar is standard. The standard rear bar helps to counter the effects of mounting the 287-pound, 14.1-kWh high-voltage battery below the cargo floor but adequately above the rear differential.

 

Exterior and Interior

Cayenne has inherited its cockpit from the new Panamera. There is a hi-def widescreen at the centre, and it wouldn’t look out of place in your living room. Beneath that, there is a glassy panel with illuminated icons instead of push buttons surrounding the gear lever. You get a little haptic buzz through your fingertip when you touch one. This might be nice when you’re in traffic, but it’d be nice to have a few knobs to grab when you’re on the move to not take your eyes off the road. With that said, there is also voice control with Alexa-like interpretation skills – press the allocated button on the wheel-mounted stalk, inform it that you are cold, and it will turn up the heater.

There is a central rev-counter behind the wheel which is flanked by two or more screens. The left screen displays traditional circular dials like a speedo while the right shows satnav or other information. When combined with the central display, you control everything from the angle of the air vents to the ride height of the suspension with basically a mini multiplex.

It has similar molded seats like those of the 911, which also drop low; this helps you pretend you’re not driving a large Porsche but a hot hatch. Compared to the outgoing model it has an extra 100 liters of boot space, also, rear passengers have plenty of room – even – leggy – ones. The luggage compartment is not as cavernous as you might expect. The attention to detail, materials, and quality are almost beyond reproach.

 

Verdict

Of the vehicles with a broad range of appeal, the 2018 Porsche Cayenne is one of them. This vehicle is not only an SUV focused on performance, but it is also luxurious and comfortable to live with on an everyday basis. From the v6 base to hybrid model all the way up to a stout v8, there is a full breadth of power plants. Similarly, the price ranges from $60, 000 to almost triple that for the top of the line Cayenne turbo S.


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