The Los Angeles, California (USA) auto show, which opened from Friday, shows significant trends and debuts in electricity and combustion. Porsche, for example, introduced five new products at the event. Some are part of the Million Club, but you can keep an eye out for two of them: the Taycan GTS and the GT4 RS.
With combustion, hybrid and electric engines, Germans are showing the new 718 Cayman GT4 RS – the main feature – as well as the 718 Cayman GT4 RS Club Sport, track version, Taycan GTS, Taycan GTS Sport Turismo and Panamera Platinum Edition.
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Leandro Sabez, CEO of Porsche Brazil, recalls the importance of the brand’s American market.
“It is our second largest market, as of the third quarter, 51,615 units were sold, which is 30% growth compared to 2020. In Brazil, as of October, 2,724 units were sold, representing 21% compared to the previous year. Other data, 35% of The cars sold in the country are electrified.”
How are the cars?
The 718 Cayman GT4 RS is that car you like for its visual distinction, without reference to the mechanics. The sports car has a light body, agile adaptive chassis and exclusive sound.
It is equipped with a six-cylinder boxer engine with 500 horsepower and 460 Nm of torque. With the PDK dual clutch system, the model can go from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.4 seconds with a top speed of 315 km / h.
The Taycan GTS, which we’ll take you to the track, has a range of 504 kilometers, based on WLTP numbers. He is the first to cross the five hundred kilometer mark. The power reaches 598 hp and an instant torque of 850 Nm.
For Brazil, the version will be the sedan, but here in Los Angeles there is also a third body variant, the Taycan GTS Sport Turismo – a slight resemblance to the Cross Turismo.
Porsche Panamera Platinum is a special series that highlights the exclusive details found in the tailpipe, logo and 21-inch wheels.
Cayenne GT, carbon roof and exclusive gold wheels, 22 rim, cost R$1.2 million in Brazil. A twin-turbo V8 engine with 640 hp. Very exclusive.
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