2021 Porsche Cayenne E-Hybrids Are More Powerful Than Ever
However, these new Cayenne hybrids are still about half a year away from their US market launch and EPA-estimated electric-only range data is not yet available. In other words, it remains unknown just how much the additional 3.8-kWh of juice will provide owners in terms of miles.
Official pricing for the US has also not been provided, though, for reference, the Cayenne E-Hybrid had an MSRP of $81,100 last year. The Turbo S E-Hybrid set owners back by $163,200. If you couldn’t afford either last year, don’t expect anything to change. Porsche has also made some additional new model year improvements, including optimized driving modes for the Sport Chrono Package.
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