911 GT3 RS
Estimated Price : ₹ 2.60 Crore - ₹ 2.65 Crore
Expected Launch : August 2022
upto 7 kmpl
4.0 L Flat six
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Porsche to launch an all-new Flagship electric SUV; Codenamed K1, the EV will debut in the second half of the decade; In addition new EV models of the Macan and 718 also in works Porsche is currently in the process of developing new and better EV models for the future. Expected to start rolling out from the end of 2023, the new EV line-up is confirmed to consist of two SUVs and one electric sportscar model. Codenamed K1, the new EV will be the new flagship model of the brand’s SUV line-up and will be positioned above the Cayenne and Macan models. New Porsche All-Electric Flagship SUV: Details The new Flagship electric SUV concept will ride on Volkswagen Group’s SSP Platform (Scalable System Platform). The new EV model will be manufactured at the brand’s Leipzig- facility that currently manufactures models like the Panamera and the Macan. Further, information coming in claims that the new flagship SUV model will be larger, wider and have a longer wheelbase than the current gen Cayenne while sporting a quite unique and distinctive design language. Moving ahead with electrification, Porsche plans to drive 80% of its sales through EVs by 2030. Along with this, it will also pilot the research and development of an advanced version of the SSP platform, internally called SSP Sport. The said platform will accompany the development of new performance-oriented electric motors, battery components and battery cells among others. This SSP Sport platform will be extensively used by other members of the VW group including Audi, Bentley and Lamborghini.
Most powerful and dynamic Cayenne model; Flagship model of the Cayenne line-up; Fastest Porsche SUV Porsche India has introduced the Turbo GT variant of its flagship SUV, the Cayenne in India. Priced at Rs 2.57 crore (ex-showroom), this is the most powerful variant in the SUVs line-up. Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT: Exterior Changes Up front, the changes are limited to a new reprofiled bumper that gets larger air dams and a more prominent spoiler. Towards the side, we see new 22-inch GT design wheels finished in Neodyme along with a new more prominent black wheel arch extension. Moving to the rear, we again see functional additions like a modified roof spoiler and a retractable boot lip spoiler with carbon-fibre side wing elements which add 40 kilograms of additional downforce to the vehicle. Other notable changes include a central exit for the titanium exhaust and carbon fibre mirror caps. Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT: Interior Changes On the inside, the four-wheeler gets a new sports steering wheel with Sports Response button, eight-way adjustable sport seats in the front and a sport rear seat system with two seats as standard. Further, the seat centre panels are finished in GT-specific perforated Alcantara with contrast accents in Neodyme or Arctic Grey and ‘turbo GT’ lettering on their headrests. The company is debuting its next-generation Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system with this four-wheeler. The new infotainment unit offers improved performance, new user interface and a new operating logic. Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT: Powertrain Upgrades Compared to the standard Cayenne Turbo, the Turbo GT model features prominent upgrades to the chassis and suspension giving the SUV ultimate dynamism. Its ride height has been decreased by 17mm while the suspension has been stiffened by 15 percent. In addition, the vehicle also gets an active roll stabilisation system and rear axle steering. It comes powered by a 4.0-litre, twin-turbo V8 petrol engine producing a maximum power output of 640bhp and 850Nm of peak torque. The car completes the 0-100 kmph sprint in under 3.3 seconds. The Cayenne Turbo GT rivals the likes of the Lamborghini Urus and the Audi RS Q8 in India.
The price of the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS is expected to be in the range of Rs 2.60 to Rs 2.65 crore (ex-showroom).
The estimated launch date of the upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS is set around May 2023.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS will be the lighter and track oriented version of the regular 911 GT3. The four-wheeler will be powered by a 4.0-litre flat six petrol engine producing around 560 bhp of power output.
The upcoming Porsche 911 GT3 RS will compete with the likes of the BMW M4, Aston Martin Vantage and Mercedes-Benz AMG GT-R Coupe.