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New 2025 Porsche Cayenne GTS Super SUV Revealed

New 2025 Porsche Cayenne GTS Super SUV Revealed

Porsche has introduced multiple versions of its vehicles, and the Cayenne GTS stands out as a particularly strong option. This model skips any form of electrification and instead boosts its performance with a powerful twin-turbo V-8 engine. This engine now produces 493 horsepower and 487 pound-feet of torque, an increase of 40 horsepower and 30 pound-feet over previous versions.

The 2025 Porsche Cayenne GTS can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds, and its top speed reaches 171 mph. This impressive speed is managed through an eight-speed automatic transmission that sends power to all four wheels, offering quick shifting, especially in Sport or Sport Plus modes. The GTS version is available in both the standard SUV shape and the more streamlined Coupe form.

However, the enhancements in the GTS don’t stop with the engine. Porsche has made significant tweaks to the suspension system. The front axle features pivot bearings derived from the top-end Turbo GT, which sharpens steering responses. The air suspension, standard on the GTS, has been adjusted to lower the vehicle by 10 mm compared to other Cayenne models, and active roll stabilization is available at extra cost.

The cooling system for the all-wheel-drive has also been upgraded with a dedicated water-cooling circuit, a feature borrowed from the Turbo GT. The Cayenne GTS Coupe includes an adaptive rear spoiler and an optional exhaust system that features centrally located tips. Porsche also offers three optional packages that can reduce the vehicle’s weight by up to 55 pounds.

Visually, the GTS differs from other models with larger front air intakes, red brake calipers, and tinted headlights and taillights. The standard Sport Design Package adds a sleek, dark theme to the wheel arch extensions, window surrounds, and rocker panels, which contrasts with previous versions where these elements matched the body color. Additionally, exhaust tips that were once black are now finished in dark bronze.

The exterior is rounded out with 21-inch RS Spyder Design wheels, while inside, the Cayenne GTS features Race Tex microfiber across the door cards, headliner, steering wheel, and the centers of the eight-way adjustable seats. Porsche also offers interior color themes in Slate Grey or Carmine Red.

For those interested in purchasing, the Cayenne starts at $126,895 and the Cayenne Coupe at $131,495, prices include destination charges. Sales are set to begin soon, with deliveries expected this fall. Given the upgrades and the cost relative to the much pricier Turbo GT, which starts at $197,950, the GTS may represent the best value within the Cayenne lineup.

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