• 24Apr

    Porsche has unveiled more of vital specification for the Cayenne S Hybrid that will be released on the year 2010.

    The car manufacturer is planning to apply a parallel electric motor that is capable of revving the SUV to speed the road up to an amazing 86 miles per hour with just its engine, without the aid of stepping onto the gasoline. Now that is a lot faster than the forthcoming third-generation Ford Fusion Hybrid and Toyota Prius. These two leads the rest of the known speedometer giants that can be driven with an electric power alone.

    Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid

    But as to compare with those models, the Cayenne S Hybrid cannot actually speed up to that rate without the use of the two engines. But, don’t fret, for this makes Cayenne S Hybrid an advantage in some certain situations, like in jam-packed traffic.

    Porsche also announced that the car model will be able to emit 20 percent less carbon dioxide than other vehicles and will be able to comply with the ULEV-II emissions standards. The flashy output is owed from the parallel hybrid car make-up. The direct injection 3.0 liter V6 that is supercharged is from Audi, and it actually gives off 333 horsepower and 324 lb-ft of torque. The engine system is also geared up with a 154-pound nickel-metal-hydride battery that is found kept in the spare tire well.

    Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid Back

    According to Porsche, a hybrid type of the Panamera will also be shown after the Cayenne S Hybrid’s launch.

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