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2014 Porsche Cayenne Turbo S Review
Futures markets are, in essence, Wall Street’s mechanisms for betting on events and prices that haven’t happened yet. Fortunes are made and lost because traders simply can’t know what gold, or wheat, or frozen concentrated orange juice will cost in six months. Porsche’s product portfolio, thus, would never be eligible for trading on a futures market; everybody already knows what’s next. Introduced a new Cayenne, did they? It must be time for the spin-offs.
Even if you could see it coming a mile away, Porsche’s new Cayenne Turbo S probably would still turn you into a pancake before you could get out of the way. A twin-turbo V-8 delivers 550 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque—the same output as the first-gen Cayenne Turbo S. Worth mentioning: The Cayenne Turbo S matches the Panamera Turbo S in horsepower, but it’s a very sad 47 lb-ft down in torque. The top Cayenne gets the eight-speed automatic used in the rest of the current Cayenne range, while Turbo S v1.0 had a six-speed auto.
We ran the “normal” 500-hp Cayenne Turbo from standstill to 60 in 4.5 seconds, and the heavier previous-generation Turbo S in 4.1 seconds, so we’re thinking Porsche’s estimated 4.3-second time for the new Turbo S is a little conservative. These fractions matter, you know.
Regardless of whatever engine or suspension setting you might choose from the variously available adjustable systems, Porsche has only one steering calibration for the Cayenne Turbo S. It’s perfect. True, the new electric setup isn’t as tactile overall as the old hydraulic system was, but the swap has filtered out white noise—the conversation is now more to the point. Snug sport seats keep the passengers in step with the fast-dancing chassis. The shifter puts solid weight and a satisfying engagement behind every throw. Its only flaw is a reverse gate without a true lockout. When hurrying the three-two downshift, it’s too easy to land in reverse.