The modelRead full review
Fine handling and strong performance are the Cayenne's big strengths, but it's also a practical SUV capable of meeting the family's needs. The best version is the Cayenne S, because the Turbo and hybrid models are a little less nimble. It's not that well equipped, though, there's no seven-seat option, and you need to put up with a firmer ride than a BMW X5 or Range Rover Sport.
The trimSee full equipment
Over the regular Turbo, you get active roll stabilisation to limit body roll, ceramic brakes, torque-vectoring for the rear differential to help boost traction out of bends and the Sport Chrono pack as standard. Very expensive for a small boost in performance and a limited electric-only range.
The engineSee full engine specs
This 671bhp brute combines a 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 with a sizeable battery pack and electric motor for a 0-62mph time of just 3.8sec. However, its 19 mile battery range isn’t great and neither is its 110g/km CO2 figure compared to other plug-in hybrids.
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