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2011 Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid In America

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Porsche America, preparing the launch of their hybrid model in the US, announced a significant fuel savings in all its new-generation Cayenne models. The new gen with its ultra-efficient powertrains and new eight-speed Tiptronic S automatic transmission with automatic stop/start function, resulted in reductions of 20 to 21 percent in its overall EPA fuel economy rating.

The Cayenne S Hybrid is powered by a highly sophisticated parallel full hybrid drive system consisting of a supercharged V6 and an electric motor. So you get fuel economy of of a V6, but performance of a V8. It does 21 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway.

A large part of Cayenne’s efficiency is also due to “Porsche Intelligent Performance” philosophy, which is providing more power with lower consumption, increased efficiency, and reduced CO2 emissions. The six-cylinder Cayenne model consumes 20 percent less fuel than its predecessor, while the V8 Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo models have enjoyed similar reductions. At the same time, all of these new vehicles offer more power and better performance.

The new Cayenne models also get a new lighter-weight four-wheel drive system. This 400-pound weight loss not only helped improve the Cayenne’s overall fuel consumption and CO2 emissions but also improved performance, agility, and handling.

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