PORSCHE CAYENNE S E PHEV
The Porsche Cayenne S E Plug-In Hybrid is the first premium plug-in SUV and replaced the Cayenne Hybrid in the range. Porsche unveiled the Cayenne S E in July 2014 and sales commenced in the European and American markets by the end of 2014. The Cayenne S E emits only 79g/km of CO², much lower than any other model in the range.
The Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid Turbo 2019 model is expected mid-2018, promising an updated drivetrain.
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