The new Porsche Cayenne GTS is Porsche's attempt at making the world's best-handling SUV. The GTS sits on lower and stiffer suspension than other Cayennes, and also benefits from a wider track.
To mark it out visually, it has a more aggressive-looking front end, wider wheelarches and beefier sideskirts.
The Cayenne GTS has a 414bhp 4.8-litre V8 petrol engine. At £67,147 there's a £10,359 premium over the Cayenne S model, which has a 394bhp version of the same V8.
What's the 2012 Porsche Cayenne GTS like to drive?
Making a high-sided SUV handle like a sports car might seem like mission impossible, but Porsche has done a remarkably good job.
The GTS changes direction with such agility and poise that you'd never guess you were driving something that weighs more than two tonnes. No other SUV would see which way it went on a twisty road.
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