Porsche's GT division discounts the possibility of going after rival automakers' performance crossovers with hardcore versions of the Cayenne or Macan. In fact it wants nothing to do with all-wheel drive altogether, even as it embraces turbocharging and dual-clutch transmissions.
Porsche Cayenne Gts
The Turbo may be the most powerful model in the Cayenne range, but the GTS is arguably the enthusiast's choice. (In so far as a 4,500-pound crossover can be considered an "enthusiast's choice," anyway.) And now, after refreshing the rest of the Cayenne lineup, Porsche has revealed the new Cayenne GTS, alongside its new 911 GTS stablemate, here at the LA Auto Show.
Porsche unveiled a slew of refreshed Cayennes just a few months ago, but the base model (right) and high-performance GTS trim (above) were conspicuously absent from that list. There's no more reason to wonder about them, though, because the German brand plans to unveil both at the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show on November 19.
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