Porsche Canada has announced pricing for the 2011 model year Cayenne, Panamera and 911 Turbo S.
The all-new Cayenne range starts at $58,200.
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Larger, better-performing and up to 23 per cent more fuel efficient than the 2010 models, the next-generation Cayenne goes on sale in July in Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo forms, with Cayenne and Cayenne S Hybrid following in the fall. Pricing for the V6-powered Cayenne starts at $58,200, 400 hp Cayenne S is $76,000, Cayenne S Hybrid is $80,800 and the 500 hp Cayenne Turbo is $123,900.
For 2011, the Panamera lineup grows with the addition of two V6-powered models, Panamera and Panamera 4. Powered by a 300 hp, Porsche-designed 90-degree V6, Panamera ($88,000) and Panamera 4 ($92,800) both feature Porsche’s PDK double-clutch gearbox, new-design 18-inch alloy wheels, bi-xenon headlights and navigation system with touchscreen interface as part of a long list of standard features.
The V8-powered Panamera S ($115,100), Panamera 4S ($120,300) and 500 hp Panamera Turbo ($155,000) are priced at the same level as their 2010 equivalents, despite the inclusion of Bluetooth integration, Universal Audio Interface and floor mats as standard equipment for 2011.
New for 2011, the 911 Turbo S, the ultimate everyday Porsche sports car, is priced at $200,000 ($213,200 for the cabriolet). Even more extreme and better-equipped than the 911 Turbo, it features a more-powerful 530 hp engine, standard PDK double-clutch gearbox, ceramic brakes, centre-locking RS Spyder wheels, adaptive sport seats, six-disc CD/DVD changer and other enhancements as standard equipment.