Porsche Cayenne Turbo S (2006)
In 2006, Porsche unveiled the ultimate Cayenne, the Turbo S.
Upgraded intercoolers, boost pressure increased by up to 0.2 bar, and a modified engine management system increased output by 71bhp over the standard Turbo, to 521bhp, making it one of the most powerful road cars ever built by Porsche.
Torque was also increased, to a maximum of 720Nm – 100Nm more than the standard Turbo.
To cope with this power, the brakes were uprated with larger discs all round; 380mm at the front and 558mm in diameter at the back. These sat behind huge 20-inch wheels with specially developed tyres.
In other respects, the car’s specification was similar to that of the Cayenne Turbo
Compression ratio: 9.5:1
Maximum power: 521bhp at 5500rpm
Maximum torque: 720Nm at 2250-3750rpm
Brakes: Front: 380mm discs; rear: 358mm discs. Servo assisted with ABS
Suspension: Front: Double track control arm with subframe, spring struts and conical stump springs and dampers
Rear: Multi-arm with subframe, spring struts with
coil springs and dampers
Height variable air suspension all round
Wheels & tyres: Front: 20×9.0J with 275/40R20 tyres. Rear: 20x10J with 275/40R20 tyres
Top speed: 167mph
0-62mph: 5.2 seconds
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