2006 Porsche Cayenne on 2040-cars
Lytle, Texas, United States
I bought my wife new car for Christmas , so Cayenne Turbo for sale. Excellentcar, beautiful interior and exterior. Solid motor, suspension , transmission -new rotors and brakes within the last three months. Been raining for a week sohaven't added pictures (stock photo for now) . If we get sunshine I'lladd pix or for serious bidder I'll take pix rain or shine. Motor Trend says; Is it fast? Is Wiedeking hard to spell? The vehicle's quickness and speed(we recorded 0 to 60 mph in 5.0 seconds and a quarter-mile pass in 13.5 seconds)are stunning, but here numbers fail us; it's not the velocity per se butthe giddy sensation of enormous mass being manhandled by oceanic force, like atugboat thrown on the beach by a tsunami. The Cayenne reactor is a 4.5-liter V-8 with dry-sump and other fancy plumbing to keep it oilyand cool in extreme off-roading. Thanks to its VarioCam intake-valve timing, themotor produces peak torque of 457 pound-feet between 2250 and 4750 rpm and anice fat 450 horsepower at 6000 rpm. The soundtrack to all of this is afuturistic warbling of metallic timbre and menacing vibrato that makes TheMatrix soundtrack seem like folk music. Prefer to transfer in person, but willship if needed. HOWEVER , I have recently dealt with a thief helped by Paypal ,soooooo Absolutely NO PayPal - all funds must be fully cleared or escrowedbefore any shipping or title transfer. Sorry , just the world we live in today.It's a beautiful car; Elegant and fun to drive. Thanks for looking.
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As an automaker's identity evolves over years, its signature becomes defined by any number of factors - heritage (Mercedes-Benz), image (Lamborghini), or market share (Toyota). In the case of Porsche, it was an engineering quirk that forged the German company's most enduring character trait.
Porsche would not have survived - let alone, thrived - in today's saturated landscape had it not been for the 911, and that slope-tailed sports car wouldn't have sprung to life without its predecessor, the 356. While phenomenal success of those rear-engine icons built the company, forays into the mid-engine configuration have played a significant part in establishing the brand's identity.
The Mid-Engine Prototype Of Ferry Porsche's Dreams
The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic sports cars of all time, and to celebrate the car's first 50 years, Porsche has released a stunning set of photos showing how far the 911 has come from the original back in 1963 to its current 991 generation. Unlike the recent 60-year photo spread that Chevrolet put together for the Corvette, though, Porsche's gallery only shows the original 911 and the current car.
Each time the 911 is redesigned, the car's front fenders, roofline and the shape of the side windows are key focal points. Even some of the interior cues have remained the same over the years, including the positioning of the ignition key on the left of the steering column and the five-gauge instrument cluster layout.
Scroll down for Porsche's press release breaking down the seven generations of the 911, and be sure to check out our gallery with plenty of high-res pics for you to download as a desktop wallpaper. In fact, we're providing these at 1920-pixels-wide instead of our usual 1280 wide. Enjoy!
When something bad happens, it's easy to resort to scapegoating. At least for some of us, that seems to be exactly what has happened following the tragic death of actor Paul Walker and racer Roger Rodas, who were killed on November 30 in a Porsche Carrera GT. Even though officials have not yet determined the cause of the crash, that isn't stopping many theories from being put for - theories that include blaming the Porsche supercar. Rather predictably, not only is the CGT's difficult nature getting examined, but indeed, the nature of all high-performance cars is being put under the public's microscope, with some wondering what the need for all the power is.
A Google search of "Porsche Carrera GT" will find no shortage of articles about the razor-sharp handling and outright speed of the CGT. Pistonheads' Chris Harris has a different, insightful take on both the Carrera GT and the nature of all fast cars. He reflects on the matter, ironically, en route to drive the successor to the car that killed Walker and Rodas, the 900-horsepower 918 Spyder hybrid supercar.
We think it's well worth a read, as it makes a number of good points about modern high-performance automobiles and the way they're used. Click over and take a look.