Porsche Cayenne I 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp

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Porsche Cayenne I 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp review

The company took a great risk on releasing so unusual car for this type, but this risk was fully justified. The level of integration put Porsche Cayenne I in one line with the Infiniti QX, making Porsche Cayenne I one of the most prestigious luxury SUVs. The basic shell company Porsche Cayenne took the classical form of Porsche 911, and is able to markedly improve the aerodynamic efficiency of the model, bringing the rate coefficient of drag to 0.35. Apart from the base Porsche Cayenne I having good dynamics and excellent for its class off-road performance, the company released a Porsche Cayenne Turbo. More specs and user manual for Porsche Cayenne Turbo you can see in next overview.

Porsche Cayenne I 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp

Porsche Cayenne I 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp specifications

General information
Year of release: 2002
Body type: cross SUV
Doors: 5
Seats: 5
Weight: 2430 kg.
Total weight: 3080 kg.

Engine and transmission
Displacement: 4511 ccm
Power: 450 hp @ 6000rpm
Maximum torque: 620Nm @ 2250-4750 rpm
Nutrition Distributed injection
Location Front, longitudinally
DOHC
Engine type: v-8
Bore x stroke: 93mm x 83mm
4 valves per cylinder
Compression ratio 9.5
Turbocharging

Chassis and dimensions
Length: 4782 mm
Width: 1928 mm
Height: 1699 mm
Wheelbase: 2855 mm
Track front/rear: 1647mm / 1662mm
Front Pneumatic elastic element
Rear Air elastic element
Size 255/55 R 18 tires
Disk Size 8J x 18
Type of Gear-rack
Power Amplifier
Drive Full standing
Gearbox (automatic): 6
Front ventilated disc
Rear ventilated disc
ABS

FUEL CONSUMPTION
Urban cycle liter. 100 km. 21.9 liters.
Country cycle liter. 100 km. 11.9 liters.
Mixed l cycle. 100 km. No data
Fuel tank capacity 100 liters.
The maximum speed: 266 km/h
Acceleration time from their seats up to 100 km/h: 5.6sec

Porsche Cayenne 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp
Porsche Cayenne 4.5 V8 Turbo 450hp

 
 
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