Stuttgart. The second generation of the sporty all-terrain Cayenne is preparing for launch: the new models will be waiting in the sales rooms of the 86 German Porsche centers from Saturday, February 24, 2007. Thanks to the newly developed engines with gasoline direct injection, they are distinguished by higher performance combined with lower fuel consumption. In real operating conditions, savings of up 15 percent are possible, and CO2 emissions are also correspondingly lower. All Cayenne models come with Porsche Stability Management (PSM) featuring brake assist, advanced vehicle stabilization and off-road ABS as standard. The vehicles can also be fitted with the new Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDDC), which limits its roll angle on corners.
As Porsche has already sold more than 150,000 units of the Cayenne's predecessor model, Bernhard Maier, Managing Director of
Porsche Deutschland GmbH, is confident that the new Cayenne models will continue this success: "Although our customers have only been able to experience these vehicles through test reports so far, we already have more new orders than for any other model change. We are convinced that the new Cayenne will lend fresh momentum to our business in Germany."
In Germany the basic model costs €51,735 Euros, the more powerful S version costs €66,610 Euros and the premium Cayenne Turbo costs €108,617 Euros (including sales tax).