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Friday, April 25, 2014

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Thursday, November 21, 2013

2015 Porshe Cayenne

 Company Porsche this year certainly has to be proud of. 2010.year the second generation Porsche Cayenne vehicle was introduced as a model-type 958 , and then the Cayenne was completely redesigned. Now it experienced a facelift, and it is just one of the new models of the company. Presentation of the 2015 Porsche Cayenne, slated for early 2014. Sales will begin in the spring of 2014. , but this SUV is definitely the model for 2015.year, as well as the Porsche Panamera and Porsche Macan SUV.


Although only a facelift, 2015 Porsche Cayenne is equipped with a new powertrain, and has been announced and improved hybrid version. V8 engine in the current model Cayenne S and 4S, this time will replace the 3.0L V6 twin-turbocharged engine with 420 hp. Cayenne models, which are equipped with a diesel engine also should be promoted in such a way that , the V6 engine with 240 hp could be replaced by another engine with at least 300 hp. The current Porsche Cayenne S-Hybrid , will replace 2015 Porsche Cayenne H-Hybrid, which will be powered by 3.0 L V6 petrol engine with 316 hp combined with a lithium-ion battery of 9.4 kWh, and the electric motor with 70 kW / 94 hp. This hybrid will be able to drive and only the electric drive, in this case, could exceed about 22 miles.

2015 Porsche Cayenne, compared to the current model, is primarily experienced changes in the exterior and the interior was just refreshed. It is assumed that the front of the vehicle groomed with a specific reason. Changed the look of the bumper, the new headlamps, LED daytime running lights and restyled hood and revised rear appearance of the vehicle. Since the 2015 Porsche Macan SUV, already described as the younger brother of model Cayenne, would not be ahead of its big brother, , in no way, even in external appearance.

In the interior of Porsche Cayenne model from 2010., the company has invested so much, it turned out, that after three years, there is no significant need to change equipment and materials that this one SUV make extremely luxurious and comfortable vehicle. Luxurious materials used for making the interior of 2015 Cayenne are still carbon fiber, Alcantara and top-quality leather, and special place takes a redesigned center console.

Price of 2015 Porshe Cayenne

2015 Porsche Cayenne, is fully equal to its rivals in the market, the BMW X5 and Mercedes ML-Class, especially now, when it has an improved engine and increased power. The starting price of the base model 2015 Porsche Cayenne, it could be around $ 50,000 which is the price of SUVs on the market, but the best-equipped new Cayenne could be as high as the sum of $ 110.000, which puts him in a very luxurious SUVs on, and as already saturated, the global automobile market.




 Compañía Porsche este año, sin duda tiene que estar orgulloso. 2010.year la segunda generación de vehículos Porsche Cayenne se presentó como un modelo-tipo 958, y luego el Cayenne ha sido completamente rediseñado.


 Podjetje Porsche letos gotovo lahko ponosni. 2010.year druge generacije Porsche Cayenne vozila je bil uveden kot model tipa 958, nato pa se je Cayenne popolnoma prenovili.


 同社ポルシェは今年は確かに自慢しています。 2010.year第二世代のポルシェカイエン車は、モデルタイプ958として導入した後、カイエンは、完全に再設計されました




 保時捷公司今年肯定有值得驕傲的地方。 2010.year第二代保時捷卡宴汽車被介紹了作為一個模型類型958,然後卡宴完全重新設計


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Friday, August 16, 2013

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Sunday, August 4, 2013

Porsche 911s invade Silverstone




The 50th anniversary of the Porsche 911 continues as the company has managed to set a new world record for hosting the largest parade of 911s.

The unique event took place yesterday at Silverstone when 1,208 911s participated in a parade organized by Porsche Club Great Britain in partnership with Porsche Cars Great Britain and Silverstone Classic.

The event was kicked off by Mark Porsche - who is the son of 911 designer Ferdinand Alexander ‘Butzi’ Porsche and the great-grandson of founder Ferdinand Porsche - who said “It’s been a family member over all the generations of the 911 series and I'm very proud to be here today to represent the Porsche family at this great event. I think that to have these 1,200 cars on track is the attention that the 911 deserves for its 50th birthday. I can’t thank the Porsche Club GB enough for making this event possible.”

Besides providing a lot of eye candy, the event raised funds for the Hope for Tomorrow charity which brings mobile chemotherapy units to cancer patients so they can avoid stressful long distance travel and long waiting times.

Source: Porsche



Saturday, August 3, 2013

Porsche 911 GT3 RS




Porsche is slowly expanding their 911 lineup and new details are starting to emerge about the 911 GT3 RS. Set to arrive at U.S. dealership late next year, the 911 GT3 RS is expected to be even wider than the 911 GT3 as it is rumored to use body panels from the 911 Turbo.

The car could also be equipped with a carbon-fiber roof and an adjustable rear wing. Automobile Magazine says power could be provided by a 4.0-liter flat-six engine or an upgraded version of the GT3's 3.8-liter unit. Regardless of which engine is used, it will likely produce more than 475 HP (349 kW) and be paired exclusively to a PDK transmission.

The model is also slated to feature a sportier suspension, an electronic rear differential and a revised steering system. We can also expect a variety of lightweight components including a titanium exhaust system.

Source: Automobile Magazine

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S


 
You want a gutsy performance? How about in Network, where Peter Finch's character, a cynical disillusioned newsman, beaten down by the system, rallies his viewers to get up, go to the window and shout, "I'm as mad as hell and I'm not going to take this anymore!" Powerful, Oscar-winning stuff—eyes bulging, booming voice quavering with rage, a 9.0 on the Richter Scale of gut-wrenching pathos. YouTube it; you won't be sorry.

And then there's the Porsche 911. An equally gutsy actor in the automotive realm, the 911 came into the world as an anti-establishment punk of a sports car whose torsion-bar suspension, six horizontally opposed cylinders, rear engine location and tapered tail were far from the mainstream paradigm of high performance. Yet since its debut in September of 1964, the 911 has steadily, defiantly gotten better through each iteration, just when you thought that all room for improvement had been exhausted. You could say this Porsche has made its competitors mad as hell...but if the brilliance of the new car is any indication, they'll have to continue taking it for decades to come.

Which brings us the Racing Yellow 911 Carrera S before you. The new 911 (dubbed 991 internally) is larger, but incrementally so, as overall length grows by 2.2 in. and wheelbase grows by 3.9 in. (now 96.5). Yet overhangs are trimmed, and most important, the rear axle moves aft roughly 3 in. relative to the engine (made possible by new 3-shaft transmissions whose output flanges are moved closer to the engine), resulting in a significant tweaking of the proportions, and a slightly less rear-heavy weight distribution. Add a wider front track—a full 2.0 in. wider for the Carrera S model we tested—and you end up with a significant challenge for the design team headed by Michael Mauer.

Head on, the new 911 has very wide-set headlights that are now a bit more 3-dimensional. Front fender peaks are a bit less prominent, and wedgy directionals now appear to float above the intakes for the twin coolant radiators. It's that stretched rear three-quarter view that's changed the most, with a slightly more voluminous form, thin taillight slivers capped with the protruding lip of a much wider retractable spoiler and ventilation slats that stick proud of the bodywork.


The biggest change inside is the high center console, inspired by the Carrera GT, adopted by the Panamera and now seen here in slimmed-down form. Purists may miss the more open feel of the 997's lower console (and having the base of the windshield much closer to the dash), but there's no arguing about ease of access to the nicely straightforward controls for chassis settings, ventilation, etc. Sport seats are great, with secure lateral hold without the 997's upper-torso "pinch point," and there's more head room beneath the lovely Alcantara lining, despite a lower roofline, made possible by a tilt-and-slide sunroof panel that articulates outside the roof. Of course, the mandatory 5-circle gauge cluster remains (the second one from the right is a multi-configurable LCD display) as does the ignition socket to the left of the steering column. That last item, incidentally, now tilts and telescopes.


The new 3.8-liter direct-injected flat-6, however, can be clearly felt and heard in finest 911 tradition. Horsepower is now 400 at 7400 rpm—a 15-bhp bump over its predecessor—and torque is up 15 lb.-ft., to 325 at 5600 rpm, the gains enabled by a lofty 7600-rpm redline and freer breathing through lower-restriction intake and exhaust systems. The hot-wire airflow sensor gives way to a manifold pressure sensor, cleaning up the intake pathway; and multi-hole direct injectors optimize combustion efficiency. On S models, an exhaust flap opens at higher rpm, putting all four exhaust tips into play. Two transmissions are offered: Our test car's 7-speed paddle-shift twin-clutch PDK, or in an industry first, a 7-speed manual. On the latter, a solenoid blocks an inadvertent 4-7 upshift, as 5th or 6th gear must be selected first. The linkage has a light and precise action, and the tall overdrive 7th ratio (0.71:1) allows for relaxed cruising: 80 mph equates to just 2200 rpm.

Although the load-bearing unibody of the new 991 is primarily high-strength steel, the trunklid, door skins, roof panel and fenders are of aluminum. The result is a body-in-white that's 176 lb. lighter than the 997's. And Porsche says that total weight of the 991 Carrera S with PDK (versus a comparably equipped 997) is about 88 lb. lighter, at 3120 lb.

more on: roadandtrack.com