Biturbo V6 Cayenne S is light and agile for a two-tonne SUV
David Khoo in Les Comes, Spain – Scoff if you will, but 'anomalies' like the Cayenne and Panamera make it possible for driving enthusiasts and petrolheads in general to continue to enjoy Porsche's more hardcore derivatives. The Cayenne's star has certainly been in ascendant, with more than 276,000 first generation Cayennes sold, and more than 303,000 of the second generation sold so far. The new model line-up includes five variants at launch: Diesel, S Diesel, Turbo, S E-Hybrid and the topic of this piece, the Cayenne S.
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