Porsche Cayenne 957 (2007-2010)

Unveil of official photos: 2006 December 4
Premiere: 2007 January 8, press event before North American International Auto Show in Detroit
Market launch: 2007 February 24

Porsche Cayenne 957
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The 2007 model year was skipped for the Cayenne - the 2006 model year of the original Cayenne, the 955, was extended to 1.5 years and the 957 was produced with 2008 model year VIN code from the beginning.

MY2008 MY2009 MY2010
Cayenne Diesel Turbo 3.0 176 kW
Cayenne 3.6 213 kW
Cayenne S 4.8 283 kW
Cayenne S Transsyberia rally car 4.8 283 kW
Cayenne S Transsyberia street version 4.8 298 kW
Cayenne GTS 4.8 298 kW
Cayenne Turbo 4.8 368 kW
Cayenne Turbo WLS 4.8 397 kW
Cayenne Turbo S 4.8 404 kW

Performance data

Modification EngineGearboxkWlb-ftNm60 mph100 km/hmphkm/hkglbW/lbW/kg
Diesel Turbo 3.03.0V6 Audi TDITiptronic 6-speed176404550 sec.8.3 sec.133 214 2240493835.678.6
3.63.6VR6 VolkswagenTiptronic 6-speed213283 385 sec.8.5 sec.141 227 2170478444.598.2
manual 6-speed 7.5 sec.8.1 sec.141 227 2160476244.798.6
S4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed283368500 sec.6.8 sec.155250 2245494957.2126
manual 6-speed sec.6.6 sec.1572522225490557.7127
S Transsyberia street version4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed2983685006.1 sec.6.5 sec.156251 2245494960.2133
manual 6-speed 5.7 sec.6.1 sec.1572532225490560.8134
GTS4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed2983685006.1 sec.6.5 sec.156251 2245494960.2133
manual 6-speed 5.7 sec.6.1 sec.1572532225490560.8134
Turbo4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed368515 700 4.9 sec.5.1 sec.171 2752355519270.9156
Turbo WLS4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed397551 750 4.8 sec.4.9 sec.173279
Turbo S4.8V8 PorscheTiptronic 6-speed404551 750 4.7 sec.4.8 sec.174 280
Weight here is DIN weight (90% of fuel, no driver, no cargo). Weight of German versions with standard equipment. Interestingly, the official weight figures of the 957-generation V6, S and Turbo remained exactly the same as on the 955.


In the end of December 2006, the first series production Cayenne 957 cars were made before the winter holidays. The 957 was the facelifted version of the 955. Almost no changes were needed at the final assembly line in Leipzig as only the installation of the axles and the powertrain were carried out on the fully assembled bodies that arrived from Bratislava. Distribution of the Cayenne 957 to Porsche centres started on February 24, 2007.

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Porsche Cayenne 957 launch vehicles and An-124
An-124 was used to carry 35 Cayennes to Mexico for the market launch in 2007© Porsche

In terms of performance, the biggest improvement came for the base version. The 3.2-litre VR6 Volkswagen engine was really louzy in the previous Cayenne, so the new 3.6-litre VR6 made the base model much better. The V8 Porsche engines grew in size from 4.5 to 4.8 litres. The engines were equipped with direct fuel injection that helped to save some fuel.

The Turbo-version came with the 380 mm front brake discs that were first introduced for the 955 Turbo WLS. PCCB Porsche Carbon Ceramic Brakes with their 410 mm disc diameter at the front and 370 mm at the rear were made available for all V8 versions. The ceramic brake discs were hardly ever ordered - they are fragile to small stones, so not meant for off-roading, and super expensive to replace.

To improve sales, a new Cayenne version was created - the GTS. Back in the old days, the GTS abbrevation was used in the name of the Porsche 904 Carrera GTS super sports car, the sportier version of the widebody turbo version of the 924 and for the top version of the 928. Starting with the Cayenne in 2008, Porsche started to use the GTS abbrevation for versions which were sold as special deals. The "GTS" now standed for special equipment offered for a better price. The Cayenne GTS was technically a Cayenne S with a bit more power from 5500 rpm and the looks of the Cayenne Turbo, just that the red brake calipers were actually Cayenne S items painted red and not the big red brakes of the Turbo. The hood came from the Cayenne S, not from the Turbo. The standard wheels had 21 inch diameter! With its low profile tyres and specially lowered suspension, the GTS was not an off-roader anymore. The city poser needed more noise to impose its presence and the car was equipped with sports exhaust system. Sport exhaust on a normally aspirated V8 made many owners happy. The GTS came with special sports seats not seen before. Alcantara was used on the seats and door panels.

Except the GTS and the Turbo S, the interior remained basically the same as in the 955. The biggest change inside the car happened in the middle of 2008 for the 2009 model year when the new PCM Porsche Communication Management came with the touchscreen.

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Porsche Cayenne 957
Cayenne Turbo on the left © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo in the dark
Hood unique to the Turbo© Porsche
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Red Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS
The GTS came with the 21" Cayenne Sport wheels, the looks of the Turbo (except the hood) and 0.9"/24 mm lowered suspension© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Moscow fire rescue
Cayenne S rescue vehicle in front of Porsche Center Moscow© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS
GTS in Nordic Gold Metallic, one of its two unique colors. Optional Cayenne Sport Plus wheels can be seen. They had different design, but the same size as the standard 21" Cayenne Sport wheels on the GTS.© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo
The wheel arch extensions came together with the 21" wheels© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne S (957) with air suspension lowered
Cayenne S with the optional air suspension in the loading position © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne S (957) with its air suspension in the highest position
Cayenne S with air suspension in the highest off-road position © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo with surf board
Looks cool, but very high to reach it. The 911 is better for going surfing. © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne S (957) rear view
Note the exhaust pipe end design of the Cayenne S 4.8 (and of the 6-cylinder Cayennes). With reservations, the rear bumper lower part design can be traced back to the eighties Porsche 944 Turbo. © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo S
The powerhouse. Simply "Turbo S" would have been enough for the rear lid.© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS
GTS with the special roof spoiler. It was a no cost option over the standard spoiler. © Porsche
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Black Porsche Cayenne GTS (957 generation)
GTS with standard roof spoiler. Black window trim of the GTS goes well with the black body and the privacy glass. © James Herne
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Rear camera of the Porsche Cayenne 957
Parking camera © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo with 356 on the trailer
Porsche 356 on the trailer © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS
Cayenne GTS in GTS Red © Porsche
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Black Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo
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Porsche Cayenne S car for 2008 Porsche Supercup teams
Cayenne S cars for the 2008 Porsche Supercup teams © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne S car for 2008 Porsche Supercup teams
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS door open
Welcome to the GTS! Normally aspirated engine provides instant torque and sports exhaust system makes you feel more powerful. © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS alcantara door panel
GTS door panel © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 multi-layer heat insulating side glass
Optional multi-layer heat-isolating side glass © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 alcantara ceiling
Alcantara rooflining was standard in Turbo and in GTS© James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 beige interior
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS black alcantara seats
GTS sports seats © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo S door sill guard
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo S interior
Turbo S © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo beige interior
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Porsche Cayenne Turbo beige interior
Note the stitching on the upper part of the door panel (also running on the dashboard) - this was initially the only change in the interior from 955 Turbo to 957 Turbo© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 S instrument cluster with air suspension pictogram
Instrument cluster shows the air suspension pictogram (there's monochrome display in all versions except Turbo which has a color display)© James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 PCM screen: 2008 vs 2009
Older PCM vs 2009 model year PCM that came with the touchscreen© James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS black interior, dashboard
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Porsche Cayenne 957 PDCC
PDCC is not a button, the text shows that the car has the optional Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control hydraulically adjusted anti-roll bars left and right. PDCC tries to avoid the body roll in corners. The large SPORT-button is a new thing for 957. In the 955 this place was reserved for the button of the optional disengageable anti-roll bars. © James Herne
Porsche Cayenne 957 Sport Mode
This is how pressing the Sport button alters the behaviour of the gas pedal© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 carbon gear lever
Optional carbon fibre gear lever © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 beige interior
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Porsche Cayenne S black interior
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Porsche Cayenne 957 beige interior
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Porsche Cayenne 957 GTS black alcantara seats
GTS © James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 rear seat entertainment system
The rear seat entertainment screens would be more comfortable to watch if they could have been placed lower© Porsche
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Earphones of the Porsche Cayenne 957 rear seat entertainment system
Earphones that came with the rear seat entertainment system. The color of the door panel is Chestnut Brown.© James Herne
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Porsche Cayenne 957 cargo area
Rear seat bench folded up and backrest folded down© Porsche
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DFI Direct Fuel Injection means that the fuel is injected directly into the cylinder and not into the intake manifold like in the old days. DFI lowers the fuel consumption. The downside is that the fuel vapour is not passing the intake valves anymore which used to have a cleaning effect.© Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 engines: 3.6, 4.8S, Turbo
Cayenne 957 engines: 3.6, S 4.8, Turbo 4.8 © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 3.6, S and Turbo power graphs
Cayenne 957 power and torque graphs: 3.6, S, Turbo © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Turbo front brake
Cayenne 957 Turbo front brakes were first used on the 955 Turbo WLS © Porsche

Cayenne S Transsyberia

Following the participation of the two 955-generation Cayenne S at the 2006 Transsyberia rally, a series of 957 S rallye cars were created for the 2007 event. The rights for the Transsyberia trade mark were bought from the original Polish organizer Romuald Koperski by German event organizer and the 2007 Transsyberia rallye was mainly organized for the teams participating with Porsche Cayennes. Until 2006 the rallye used to be for street legal off-road cars with the focus on traveling and off-roading, but from 2007 it was tailored for Porsche's needs as a high speed sports rallye. It would have been bad publicity if someone would have got killed in the Cayenne, so the cars were fitted with roll cages, bucket seats and 6-point harnesses. The problem: such cars are not street legal, at least not in European Union. So, the start of the 2007 Transsyberia rallye was moved from Europe to Russia.

In addition to the safety equipment, the cars were made stronger and lighter where possible. The front axle was equipped with reinforced wishbones and the underfloor was covered with protective panels. A lightweight sports exhaust system was used. The car was naturally equipped with rear differential lock, a super rare option on street Cayennes. As the off-road tyres don't allow higher than around 170 km/h (105 mph) speeds anyway, a shorter final drive was used in the transmission to make the car accelerate better. Most of the interior was removed and polycarbonate windows from B-pillar backwards were installed. The body was sealed for water up to window's height. Electrics cables were rerouted and control units installed in safe places. The foot-operated parking brake was replaced with a handbrake for the rallye drivers to feel at home.

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Prototype of the 2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S with winch
2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S prototype with 17" wheels. In the rally 18" wheels were used. The air snorkel and winch were removed for high speed driving, stored in the luggage compartment and only used when they were needed. © Porsche
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2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S
Cayenne S Transsyberia 2007 © Porsche
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2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S prototype interior
This photo shows an interior of a street legal car with 911 seats and no front part of the roll cage. In reality, the Cayenne S Transsyberia rallye cars were not street legal, they had Recaro competition bucket seats and full roll cages. © Porsche
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The roll cage of the 2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S
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2007 Transsyberia Cayenne S rear cargo area
The luggage compartment had 2 spare wheels, 2 tool boxes, 2 twenty litre fuel cans, 2 fire extinguishers, 2 sand panels, a hydraulic off-road jack, a spade, a saw, an axe, tents, sleeping mats etc. © Porsche
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2007 May in Leipzig, Porsche Cayenne 957 S Transsyberia cars
2007 May in Leipzig, 21 Cayenne S Transsyberia rallye cars can be seen on this photo (26 were made)© Porsche

24 Cayenne 957 S rally cars, 2 Cayenne 955 S rally cars and a seventies Porsche 911 entered the 2007 Transsyberia rallye plus six other cars - 2 Mercedes, 2 Suzuki, a Toyota and a SsangYong. The start was in Moscow.

European rallye champion Armin Schwarz and co-driver Oliver Hilger from Porsche Motorsport were leading throughout Russia, but the rallye got difficult in Mongolia. The sole Toyota Land Cruiser took the lead until it got stuck. Then even the 911 went into lead until a river stopped its charge. The off-road tracks in Mongolia even stopped one of the 8-wheel-drive service trucks that Porsche had rented to carry everything that was needed for the teams to keep the Cayennes in shape. Ten Porsche mechanics travelled along in 4 Cayennes. In the ninth stage, five Cayennes were heavily damaged, but repaired - the mechanics were pushed to the limit, working up to 40 hours without sleep.

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2007 Trasnssyberia rally Porsche Cayenne in the river
Thanks to the snorkel mounted to the co-driver side A-pillar, air could be provided to the engine in the rivers. It is rather amazing that Porsche created a petrol engine that works in the water. Working in the water is usually a problem for the ignition system and that's the reason why off-road cars use diesel engines which do not need ignition. © Porsche
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2007 Trasnssyberia rally, Porsche Cayenne crossing the river
The #29 Cayenne of Abdulla/Lutteri finished 3rd© Porsche
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2007 Trasnssyberia rally Porsche Cayenne in the river
The Cayenne of Oliver Schmidt and Thomas König, owners of the Hamburg Prototyp Museum, a place suggested to every Porsche fan© Porsche
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2007 Trasnssyberia rally, Armin Schwartz in the  Porsche Cayenne crossing a wooden bridge
The #10 Cayenne of rallye driver Armin Schwarz and Porsche press person Oliver Hilger © Porsche

Mongolia is a great land for off-roaders, but unforgiving for rallye drivers - the teams of Schwarz/Hilger and Nierop/Yap rolled their Cayennes. The crash of Kees Nierop and Laurance Yap was really bad, even the engine flew out from the car. Thanks to the safety equipment, driver and co-driver survived the accident.

Heavy crash of the Porsche Cayenne S of Kees Nierop and Laurance Yap at the 2007 Transsyberia rallye

Rod Millen with co-driver Richard Kelsey won the 2007 Transsyberia rallye. The many time Pike's Peak winner Rod Millen said: "That was the biggest motorsport challenge of my life" and "On rough terrain, the Porsche surprised me time and again with its capacities".

Second place was taken by Antonio Tognana and Carlo Cassina, third place by Adel Abdulla and Norbert Lutteri. Fourth place was taken by Lars Kern driving a Suzuki Grand Vitara (Kern later became a Porsche factory test driver who set many Nürburging records for Porsche). Seven Cayennes didn't finish the race because of the accidents in Mongolia.

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2007 Trasnssyberia rally winning Porsche Cayenne S of Rod Millen
2007 Transsyberia rally winning Cayenne S of Rod Millen and Richard Kelsey © Porsche

For the 2008 Transsyberia rally, a few new components were offered. They included rally shock absorbers which made the car substantially smoother on the bumpy roads, a new and stronger sump-guard and more durable BFGoodrich 265/65-18 offroad tyres. The lower parts of the front and rear bumper were removed to allow a larger angle when entering or exiting a slope.

2008 Transsyberia rallye route
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The 2008 Transsyberia rally started again in Moscow and ended in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The rallye was won by Christian Lavieille/Francois Borsotto, followed by Pau Soler/Laia Peinado and Armin Schwarz/Andreas Schulz. Many teams didn't finish the rallye. The Cayenne of Porsche Cars Great Britain team burned down. The Canadian team was also very unlucky - Nierop/Yap had rolled their Cayenne in 2007 and lost the transmission in their next Cayenne early in the 2008 rallye. For marketing reasons the retired teams were not listed in the results list.

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2008 Transsyberia rallye winner Porsche Cayenne
2008 Transsyberia rally winners Christian Lavieille and Francois Borsotto© Porsche

In October 2008, the street legal Cayenne S Transsyberia edition was unveiled at the Paris motor show. The car was basically a regular Cayenne S, with the engine power modifications and the interior from the GTS, plus the steering wheel was covered with the alcantara. The roof lamps were delivered with the car, but not installed, as these were not street legal. Orange wheels and orange stickers as seen on the Cayenne S Transsyberia rallye cars, were available. Apart from the rally combinations Black/Orange and Crystal Silver Metallic/Orange, the customers had the choice of the more discrete combinations of Black/Meteor Grey Metallic and Meteor Grey Metallic/Crystal Silver Metallic. Deliveries of the cars started in January 2009.

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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Silver/Orange
Crystal Silver Metallic with Orange accents© Porsche
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Black/Silver
Black with Meteor Grey Metallic accents (wheels in Silver Metallic)© Porsche
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Black/Orange
Black with Orange accents© Porsche
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Gray/Silver
Meteor Grey Metallic with Crystal Silver Metallic accents© Porsche
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Gray/Silver
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia in Gray/Silver
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia alcantara interior
GTS interior and alcantara steering wheel are unique to the Transsyberia edition Cayenne S© Porsche
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2009 Porsche Cayenne S Transsyberia instrument cluster
White dial faces with TRANSSYBERIA logo© Porsche

Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3

Following the Porsche Design Edition 1 Cayman and the Porsche Design Edition 2 Boxster, the Cayenne GTS with Porsche Design Edition 3 stickers was released.

Porsche Design is a company based in Zell am See in Austria. It was founded in the seventies by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, the designer of the 911, the son of Ferry Porsche and the grandson of Ferdinand Porsche. The Cayenne GTS PDE3 was offered in unique Lava Grey Metallic.

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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3
A family car with rallye stripes© Porsche
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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3
Note the black design headlamps © Porsche
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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3
The 21" Cayenne Sport Plus wheels are also painted in Lava Grey © Porsche
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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3
The red "S" is kitsch © Porsche
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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3
Not visible on this photo, but the tachometer has "Porsche Design Edition 3" written on it © Porsche
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Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3 label
As the plaque tells, the plan was to sell 1000 PDE3 cars © Porsche

Cayenne Hybrid prototype

Already in September 2005 Porsche had announced that it will develop a hybrid drive together with Volkswagen Group. Initially, 15% reduction in fuel consumption was targeted and in 2007 it was set at 25%. In addition to short fully electric trips, the electric motor can support the combustion engine to improve acceleration when needed. Another advantage is that the electric motor provides an additional brake effect that generates electrical energy that is stored in the battery and saves brakes.

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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
This is a prototype, the 957 Hybrid didn't go into production © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
240 cell 288 V battery © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
The Cayenne Hybrid has a supercharged Audi engine © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype instrument cluster
Hybrid display in the prototype © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid component layout
The electric MGU (motor-generator unit) sits between the combustion engine and the transmission © Porsche
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Porsche Cayenne 957 Hybrid prototype exhibition car
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The 957 Hybrid took more time to develop than expected and therefore the series production hybrid drive was scheduled for the next Cayenne, the 958.


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