Porsche Cayenne Coup’s upcoming performance variantse recently broke the lap record of an SUV at the Nurburgring and set a time of 7 minutes and 38.925 seconds under the drive of factory driver Lars Kern. This achievement was achieved before the full debut of the new model (known in large numbers as Turbo S).
The new record broke the world record of seven minutes and 42.253 seconds. Audi RS Q8 Previously, the upcoming models were placed near the BMW M5 and the previous generation 911 Turbo. According to Porsche, a notary public has certified new records in the “SUV, SUV, van, pickup” category.
“On the first few meters of this Cayenne Nordschleife, you want to turn around to make sure you are really sitting in the spacious SUV. Its high steering accuracy and stable rear axle give me confidence in the Hatzenbach part,” K En said.
“It changed direction at lightning speed in fast corners such as Hohe Acht and Eiskurve, there was no shaking, and there was no tendency to understeer. Even on a technical level, the Cayenne is a true driver’s car. Easy to control,” he added.
As before, Porsche is reluctant to reveal a lot of variants about the new performance in addition to the existing performance. Cayenne Turbo CoupeFor safety reasons, this record-breaking device is equipped with racing seats and a roll cage, and the specially designed Pirelli P Zero Corsa mounted on 22-inch wheels will become the standard configuration of the production version.
Referring to a previous report, the upcoming Cayenne Turbo S Coupe is said to be powered by an upgraded version of the Turbo 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8, which can provide 640 horsepower (631 horsepower) and 850 Nm. The engine is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission with all-wheel drive.