2011 Porsche Cayenne to be crossover

The 2011 Porsche Cayenne is already undergoing road tests by engineers, and has been caught numerous times on the roads of Germany, in minor camouflage.

It has been heavily speculated, likely due to statements made by Porsche insiders, that the next Cayenne will be a road-going crossover SUV instead of a true off-roader, thereby bringing it in line with its less-capable competitors from its home country.

It is unfortunate that Porsche is taking this direction, considering it was the only German luxury SUV that wasn’t a total poseur.

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  • Glenn Fernandes
    August 27, 2009 | Permalink |

    The 2011 Porsche Cayenne looks awesome. It will grab users attention. The designing is done in such a way that it will perform extremely well. The features are also very satisfying.

  • Mack
    September 23, 2009 | Permalink |

    Very informative post. Porsche manufacturers are turning to Hybrid technology. Mixte had four electric motors its wheel- hubs and electricity was delivered with the help of batteries and a tiny generator.Commercial Porsche turn into a hybrid vehicle.Layout is same as Toureg, hybrid powertrain was developed by its parent companies, Volkswagen and Audi. In terms of performance its good, steering was also a good.

  • carsfind
    November 18, 2010 | Permalink |

    The new Porsche Cayenne delivery has been halted. Porsche has not given customers or dealers accurate information. The first shipment of cars scheduled for 15 November are being held in ports until an unspecified electrical problem can be resolved. Customers and dealers alike have not been given answers from Porsche regardding the time frame required to correct these issues or any indication that Porsche is concerned with their schedules. Customer satisfaction must not be a current priority at porsche.

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