The GTS name has come back to the Porsche Cayenne, carrying with it a V8 to supplant the last cycle’s twin-turbocharged V6. It’s likewise accessible in a SUV-roadster structure just because.
The new GTS puts out 460hp and 620Nm of torque from a detuned rendition of the Cayenne Turbo’s 550hp 4.0-liter twin-turbo motor. That is about 20hp and 19Nm more than the old V6.
It finishes the 0-100kph run in an asserted 4.5sec (with the Sport Chrono pack fitted) and goes on to a top speed of 278kph.
As is regular with this all the more brandishing subsidiary, the GTS highlights a lower ride stature – by 20mm when on its standard steel springs and by 30mm with the discretionary three-chamber air suspension – than lesser Cayennes.
The Porsche Active Suspension Management framework, with a bespoke tune for the GTS, is standard, close by the Torque Vectoring Plus framework. Glossy silk dark 21-inch compound wheels uncover brakes (390mm front plates and 358mm backs) with red-painted calipers, while tungsten-carbide surface covering or a full-clay arrangement are alternatively accessible. Additionally on the alternatives list are four-wheel guiding and dynamic move adjustment.
Remotely, the GTS gets the Sport Design bundle as standard, including dark air admissions, side window trims, tailpipes and, obviously, GTS logos. The LED headlights and LED tail-light bar are likewise dull colored.
Also, the GTS Coupe includes a discretionary games exhaust, with two focal oval tailpipes instead of the external situated channels on the standard GTS.
Inside, Alcantara includes noticeably all through, alongside dim brushed aluminum and red enumerating, while eight-way electronically customizable games seats with GTS logos are standard.
For the Indian market, Porsche propelled the new Cayenne here in 2018, with the Cayenne Coupe being propelled before the end of last year. While there is no news yet about the GTS models, the carmaker could dispatch them in India soon.
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