Regardless of how many options you add to a GTS, it’s a unique performance SUV. Yes, the letters S-U-V carry the stigma of being wasteful and expensive and the Cayenne GTS piles it on with 11 (yes, that’s right) city mpg and 17 highway mpg. That’s the price you’ll pay for packing some heat. The warmth comes courtesy of a 405-horsepower naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V-8 with 362 pound-feet of torque. Porsche keeps up the performance tradition with an available six-speed manual transmission that was surprisingly unrefined.
At first glance you might mistake the GTS for the Turbo model as it has the same bodylines of the other Cayennes. However, the Cayenne GTS has the same front fascia as the Turbo, it adds standard black monochrome finish on door handles and window trim, 10-spoke, 21-inch diameter Sport wheels, slick body-color side skirts. An extended bi-plane spoiler at the roof’s trailing edge is available as a no cost option — get it.
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