The Transsyberia Edition of course celebrates Porsche’s recent success in the rally of the same name, which the Cayenne has won for three years running. Fewer than 600 will be shipped to North America, so I should compete with the Turbo S in terms of exclusiveness. It’ll use the Cayenne GTS’s 405 hp, 4.8-liter V-8 mated with a Tiptronic S six-speed automatic sending power back to a 4.11:1 final drive ratio. Outside, four unique color combinations make the Transsyberia special, along with contrasting 18-inch wheels, a rood spoiler, and special stainless steel skid plates. The big “Transsyberia” stickers and offroad roof lights are, thank goodness, no-charge options. Alacantara sport seats are standard, as is an Alcantara steering wheel with a 911 GT3-style “twelve-o’clock” indicator strip. The ’10 Transsyberia comes in early spring at a price of $70,800.
Source: Motive Mag