The 2007 Porsche Cayenne S Titanium Edition, which is designed specifically for the North American market, is essentially the same original Cayenne S model featuring the most popular options that are now offered to you at a reduced price.
Originally introduced around two years ago as a 2004 year model, the Porsche Cayenne S is gradually losing its initial appeal. This is especially true for the North American markets where the local customers still expect a car to be facelifted every couple of years or so.
To make the car more desirable, the American subsidiary of the German brand has prepared a new “Titanium Edition” bundle that packs into a single suit a number of options that are the most popular among American customers.
The options include such amenities as Bi-Xenon headlights with dynamically controlled cornering lights, DVD/GPS based navigation system, and an electric tilting/sliding glass moon-roof.
What is the most important is that the 2007 Porsche Cayenne S Titanium Edition comes about ten per cent cheaper than the original model equipped with the same options.
The new trim got its name thanks to it titanium-colored external and internal finishes, including the roof spoiler, the frame and lower portion of the side mirrors, the front air inlets, window frames including the B- and C-pillars, door handles (with a body-color inlay), door-sill trim and the Cayenne S logo.
The SUV is available in four distinct colors, namely — Pure Red, Iceland Silver Metallic, Black and Marine Blue Metallic. Its standard 19-inch alloy wheels are also coated in a Titanium Metallic finish.
The car comes equipped with a 340 horsepower, 4.5-liter V8 engine. Paired with the standard six-speed Tiptronic S automatic gearbox, the Titanium Edition accelerates from zero to 60 mph in just 6.8 seconds kicking dust into the face of some ‘real’ sports coupes. Its top track speed reaches 150 mph.
In the United States, the company plans to sell the Titanium Edition at about $64,000.
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