The RAREST** The Hardest to find TURBO $100,000+ original MSRP!!** SILVER!! Specialty Rims, trim wheels. Full Panoramic Sunroof!! LV / Rolls- type rare leather interior colorings. Has a Towing HITCH to tow almost anything. "This ultra-high-performance model is the Cayenne Turbo, which originally listed over $100,000. It has Full panoramic sunroof that opens almost entirely to be a convertible, a twin-turbo version of the 4.8-liter V-8 engine, rated at 500 horsepower and 516 foot-pounds of torque.This model can reach 60 mph in just 4.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 175mph. Helping to improve power and fuel-efficiency on the new models is Porsche’s all-new direct fuel injection technology for the Cayenne. It’s standard on all three models. The Cayenne is a rather heavy SUV that can carry five adults and all of their luggage, so the performance figures are quite impressive. Curb weights range from 4,762 pounds for the V-6 with manual gearbox to 5,191 pounds for the Turbo model.The manual gearbox is offered only with the V-6 engine; the S and Turbo models come only with the six-speed Tiptronic S automatic, which is optional on the base Cayenne.For those who want to get the best performance out of the Cayenne, the Tiptronic transmission offers manual shifting without having to worry about a clutch. Paddles on each side of the steering wheel allow for quick up- and downshifts.The car also comes with a “sport” mode that lowers the automatic transmission’s shift points for quicker acceleration.With all of that weight and power, brakes are important, and Porsche doesn’t scrimp on them. The brake calipers and discs are larger than those of competing premium SUVs.
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The biggest and best brakes are on the Turbo model, and are designed to handle the extra horsepower and torque of that vehicle.The brake calipers are painted bright red, and are fully visible through the sport wheels. A computer-controlled antilock system is standard, of course, as is electronic brake assist.Also new this year is the optional Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control system, which features “active anti-roll bars that almost completely offset body roll in turns, improving handling, comfort and active safety on-road while providing enhanced off-pavement traction,” the automaker says.Adaptive headlights are another new feature. They turn slightly in the direction the car is turning, allowing for better forward vision. The system is standard on the Turbo and optional on the other models.Included on all models is electronic stability control, a safety feature that is becoming standard throughout the SUV realm, and also is being added to many cars, as well. The Cayenne’s system, called Porsche Stability Management, brings such new functions as pre-loading of the braking system when needed, trailer stability control, and off-road antilock braking. The vehicle can tow trailers weighing up to 7,716 pounds.The new Cayennes also come with a rollover sensor that locks the seatbelt latches and deploys the side-curtain air bags if the vehicle begins to roll.A key option on the Cayenne is the air suspension system (standard on the Turbo), which raises the vehicle to as high as 10.67 inches above the ground for clearing rocks and other obstacles while driving off-road. The regular suspension offers 8.58 inches of ground clearance, which close to that of the base Jeep Wrangler.That brings us to another dimension of the Cayenne that is quite surprising for a vehicle that drives like other Porsche sports cars on paved highways. Unlike those other Porsches, the Cayenne can go off-road, too.While it lacks low-range gearing for the most-serious off-roading the Cayenne can tackle most trails – especially when equipped with the air suspension.The stability management system with its traction-control features help keep the vehicle under control on dirt roads, something I found out while testing it on an off-road course at the Continental proving grounds.In normal driving, the four-wheel-drive system sends 62 percent of the power to the rear wheels, but the ratio changes automatically if wheel-slipping is detected. Power is sent automatically to the wheels that have the best grip.Other new features for 2008 include a standard power rear lift gate, optional 21-inch sport wheels, a rail-mounted cargo management system..
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On Jul-16-21 at 22:21:15 PDT, seller added the following information:Buyer is responsible for shipping. Vehicle is being sold as - is. No warranties, no refunds, no returns.