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      09-12-2020, 07:39 AM   #85
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I was wondering same but these tests mirror the numbers tested by mags for reg Cayenne TT

Also they got the weight wrong Porsche claims a weight of 4900 lbs or so
If you have links, I'd love to check them out. 3.2 is starting to enter AMG GT4Dr/M5 territory - you can defy physics to a point, but not to THAT point lol...
https://www.motortrend.com/cars/lamb...mparison-test/

This was from a comparison test in which the regular non "coupe" Cayenne TT was tested at 3.2 to 60. I get it though it's still an SUV and 60-130 would be worse than the performance sedans you mentioned by a lot I imagine

Again though I could see it because Porsche's claimed weight of the Cayenne TT is 4900lbs ish
Thanks for sharing. It's interesting; the Car/Driver tests show a 3.2s for the 680hp e-hybrid, which makes more sense. The MT's QM time also seems slow for the Turbo if its 0-60 is 3.2 and it has strong top end power.

A good drag race should settle the armchair debate...
Agree and a couple tenths here or there, they are all very fast SUV's

The Cayenne TT with lightweight sport package is 4900lbs ish without 5000lbs ish which weighs significantly less than the Turbo S E hybrid 5700lbs which probably accounts some for the similar times.
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