www.ZerCustoms.com - Kahn Design revealed today a wide body kit for the Porsche Cayenne Diesel, which... [...]
Heresy can be fun. Certainly it is so for an Irishman, what with Behan’s, “wonderful lack of respect for everything and everyone.” And so, it has to be said, I’ve developed a certain fondness for Porsche’s big fat trucks and sedans precisely because they get up the nose of the purists – folks who think [...]
Posted on 02.19.2013 11:00 by Simona At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, TechArt will unveil cool aerodynamic kit based on the diesel version of the new Porsche Cayenne S. The model to be displayed in Geneva will feature a deep-black metallic...Show More Summary
Porsche adds a mountain of torque - and nearly 30 mpg - to its Cayenne SUV. The only compromise? It ain't cheap.
Not so long ago, our Michael Harley drove the Porsche Cayenne Diesel up in flannel-lovin' Alaska, and he returned home safely from that expedition pretty well convinced that Porsche knows how to create a really heavy, mountain-topping 4x4. Show More Summary
Dan Neil takes on the 2013 Porsche Cayenne diesel.
Posted on 10.26.2012 19:00 by Simona Filed under: Porsche | suv | Porsche Cayenne | luxury cars | diesel cars | car tuning | Cars | Car Reviews | Porsche Kahn Design is keeping busy releasing a new tuning program every week. So far, they have been focusing on Land Rover models, but this week’s package du jour is for the Porsche Cayenne 3.0 Diesel. Show More Summary
British outfit A. Kahn Design is back with a new bespoke tuning package for the Porsche Cayenne, this time with the 2013 Cayenne Diesel, which recently made its way to U.S. shores, getting the tuner’s full attention. The aim of A. Kahn Design was to give the Cayenne a more purposeful stance, but without tarnishing the elegant, clean lines of...
We recently drove the new 2013 Porsche Cayenne Diesel - the automaker's first oil-burning offering here in the States. But here in Paris, Porsche has pulled the wraps off of a more powerful version of the diesel Cayenne, and on paper,...Show More Summary
Porsche Finally Brings North Americans An Oil Burner North American purists of the Porsche brand, those who broke into tears and sobbed when a sport utility vehicle and five-door hatchback joined their beloved automaker's lineup, are...Show More Summary
Posted on 09.12.2012 12:00 by Justin Cupler Filed under: Porsche | suv | Porsche Cayenne | crossover | luxury cars | diesel cars | utility vehicle | Cars | Car Reviews | Porsche For those that think Volkswagen was kidding when it said...Show More Summary
For any of our European readers seeking who like the Cayenne Diesel but who have been holding out for a higher-power formula, good news has arrived. Porsche has confirmed earlier rumors by announcing that a more powerful diesel version...Show More Summary
After years of sales in Europe, the V-6-equipped Porsche Cayenne Diesel has just been introduced to the U.S. market, bringing with it respectable performance in both economy and speed. However, Porsche has now taken the wraps off a brand new diesel-powered Cayenne, and this one’s got a V-8 under the hood. In line with Porsche’s naming...
As I plunged through a sweeping set of bends, deep in the Alaskan wilderness, I almost missed the big-ass black bear sitting in the middle of the road. Fortunately, I managed to stop just a few feet away and watched as this beautifully savage animal meandered back into the undergrowth. More »
The 2013 Porsche Cayenne Diesel finally rolled out for North American buyers at the New York Auto Show earlier this month, and the oil-burning V6 that we'll be able to purchase this September musters 240 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque shifted through an eight-speed automatic. Show More Summary
At last week's New York Auto Show, Porsche announced it will offer the Cayenne Diesel in the United States market for the first time beginning with the 2013 model year.... via JustLuxe.com
At last count, you could walk into a Porsche dealer and, if you really wanted a fast SUV, drive out in a Cayenne S, Cayenne S Hybrid, Cayenne Turbo, and a newly-introduced Cayenne Diesel. You could also get a regular, base-model Cayenne, but what are you, in a lower tax bracket? Now, Porsche adds another [...]
On route to delivering the same headache-inducing gasoline prices that contributed to a complete economic meltdown in 2008, the price for a gallon of regular unleaded is just under a $4.00 national average. Drivers in European countries deal with fuel prices even more obscene then those being endured in North America. Subjected to heavy taxes [...]Show More Summary