Porsche PH launches new Cayenne E-Hybrid

Porsche Philippines has launched the new Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrid during the “Festival of Dreams,” which celebrates 75 Years of Porsche sports cars.

Leading the event were PGA Cars Founder and Principal Robert Coyiuto, Jr., Porsche Philippines President and CEO Roberto Coyiuto III, and Porsche Asia Pacific CEO Hannes Ruoff. German ambassador to the Philippines Dr. Andreas Michael Pfaffernoschke also attended the occasion.

“As we look back on a year of vibrant expressions of Porsche passion in Asia Pacific, we are glad that Porsche Philippines wraps up our 75th anniversary of sports cars with another thrilling activation,” said Ruoff at the inauguration of the event.

The new Cayenne E-Hybrid Coupe combines its improved electric range, electric motor power and charging speed with a more aerodynamic styling.

The new Cayenne E-Hybrid expands the present Cayenne lineup, and boasts of improved electric range, electric motor power and charging speed. With this model, Porsche Philippines debuts an electric drive system to one of its bestselling nameplates.

“The introduction of the new Cayenne E-Hybrid in the country represents the latest chapter in our evolving success story,” said Roberto Coyiuto III. “Through models like this, we are redefining the concept of luxury by taking environmental and personal wellbeing into account along with performance. It also signifies our intention to continuously set the benchmark in the domestic luxury auto sector.”

Presenting the new Cayenne E-Hybrid are (from left) Porsche PH Managing Director William Angsiy, Porsche PH President and CEO Roberto Coyiuto III, German Ambassador Dr. Andreas Pfaffernoschke, Porsche Asia Pacific CEO Hannes Ruoff, and Porsche PH Aftersales Head Marco Mejia.

Powering the new Cayenne E-Hybrid is a 3.0-liter V6 turbo engine producing 304 hp. It is paired with a new electric motor integrated into the eight-speed automatic transmission. Together, the combustion engine and electric motor achieve a combined output of 470 hp and 650 Nm of torque. This lets the new Cayenne Hybrid to sprint from rest to 100 km/h in 4.9 seconds, and reach a top speed of 254 km/h.

Top Porsche executives addressing questions from journalists.

Porsche has optimized the configuration of the driving modes in the new Cayenne E-Hybrid. When the model is driven in built-up areas and at speeds of less than 55 km/h, the drive system operates in hybrid mode – the combustion engine and the electric motor share the workload. On the open road, the internal combustion engine takes over completely while charging the battery. This allows the Cayenne E-Hybrid around 90 kilometers of emission-free trips on electric power.

As part of the new Cayenne range, the Cayenne E-Hybrid benefits from the most extensive product upgrade in Porsche’s history. The changes enhance not only the model’s on-road and off-road performance, but also its comfort and luxury features.

With its extensively upgraded design and more powerful hybrid system, the new Cayenne E-Hybrid reinforces its claim as the sportiest model in the full-size luxury SUV segment.

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