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[Group Evaluation]Not only can you enjoy it alone, but you can also enjoy it together Porsche 911 GT3 Touring x Cayenne Turbo GT/ Volkswagen Golf R x Tiguan R (Part 1)

Porsche Cayenne Turbo GT
Suggested selling price: starting from 9.95 million yuan
Power configuration: 4.0L V8 twin-turbo + 8-speed manual transmission
Maximum output: 640hp/86.7kgm
0~100km/h: 3.3 seconds, top speed: 300km/h

Porsche 911 GT3 with Touring Package
Suggested selling price: starting from 9.52 million yuan
Power configuration: 4.0L horizontally opposed six-cylinder + 6-speed manual transmission
Maximum output: 510hp/47.9kgm
0~100km/h: 3.9 seconds, top speed: 320km/h

Volkswagen Golf R Special Edition
Suggested selling price: 1.998 million yuan
Power configuration: 2.0L straight four-turbo + 7-speed automatic transmission
Maximum output: 320hp/40.8kgm
0~100km/h: 4.8 seconds, top speed: 270km/h

Volkswagen Tiguan R
Suggested selling price: 2.168 million yuan
Power configuration: 2.0L straight four-turbo + 7-speed automatic transmission
Maximum output: 320hp/42.8kgm
0~100km/h: 4.9 seconds, top speed: 250km/h

Whether it is Porsche's classic signature GT series or Volkswagen's famous R performance car, they all represent their respective brands' ultimate pursuit of track spirit and driving pleasure. Therefore, in the past, they were mostly limited to two-door sports cars with excellent handling genes. Only those with hatchbacks and hatchbacks are eligible to bear this exclusive name. However, with the rapid development of car manufacturing technology and electronic control technology, high-performance SUVs have been added to the lineup one after another. In addition, you can also bring the whole family to share the passion of Mercedes-Benz...

The ultimate spirit from the track

Porsche GT Series

Why be so tense?

Shape, function and practical design philosophy

I still remember when I visited the Porsche Weissach R&D Center many years ago, the Nissan R35 GT-R had just written a brilliant lap result at the Nürburgring and caused a lot of talk. During the discussion with the original designer, the other party Zeng half-jokingly replied: Why design a car to be so angry? Indeed, for Porsche, most of the styling designs on the exterior are not simply for beauty or eye-catching, but are more for practical purposes such as meeting aerodynamic needs. You might as well look back and think about Porsche's car models, starting from From general models to performance versions such as GTS and GT Series, and even ultimate limited edition supercars such as Carrera GT and 918 Spyder, they will not appear too aggressive or murderous.

This design philosophy based on practicality is also fully demonstrated in the two GT Series high-performance models we found this time: the 911 GT3 with Touring Package, named after an extended model of the 911 Carrera RS in 1973, focuses on The method of inheriting the pure and classic design and interior elements of the 911 has been popular since the launch of the previous generation 911. The most conspicuous appearance feature is the elimination of the large fixed spoiler tail that is full of racing arrogance and the return of the electric lift tail similar to the ordinary 911. Therefore, Unless you are a hardcore car fan who can instantly recognize the identity of the GT3 from the two cooling holes on the front cover and the exclusive front bumper shape, or you have good eyesight and can immediately see the exclusive GT3 Touring emblem on the rear engine cooling grille. Otherwise, when most people see this car on the road, they will just think it is an ordinary 911.

The GT3's exclusive front cover heat dissipation hole design, which can only be recognized by hardcore car fans, meets the heat dissipation needs under intense driving.

Although it is Porsche's first non-two-door model with the GT name, the Cayenne Turbo GT does not deviate from the low-key and practical brand style in terms of appearance, including the most recognizable two-line LED daytime running lights on the front bumper. The main styling is based on the Cayenne Turbo Coupe. Only the front lower spoiler is extended, the size of the tailgate spoiler is increased by 25mm, and longitudinal carbon fiber side panels are added on both sides of the roof spoiler and tail wing. The most eye-catching feature is the rear spoiler. This car debuts a new optional car color Arctic Gray paint and 22-inch matt neodymium silver GT Design exclusive wheels that clearly look like champagne gold. If you choose common car colors such as black, white, silver, and gray, Paired with matte silver rims, you can be a low-key sheepskin wolf on the road that people can't even see the taillights if you are not careful.

The 22-inch matt neodymium silver GT Design exclusive wheels and PCCB yellow brake calipers can be said to be the most eye-catching appearance.
The standard central single-hole locking exclusive-shaped rims have a racing style, and different paint finishes can be selected according to the owner's preference.

Low-key is low-key, but as a member of the GT Series, the 911 GT3 Touring and Cayenne Turbo GT naturally have the same performance imprint in appearance, including the rear lower spoiler design that integrates the center-mounted dual exhaust tailpipes. The most representative, one look at the cars coming from behind will tell you that it is not easy to mess with; interestingly, the Cayenne Turbo GT may be in line with the positioning of luxury travel, not only the lower spoiler is made of carbon fiber material with lightweight effect, The inside of the titanium alloy sports car exhaust system is particularly emphasized with a metallic blue luster that looks like it has been burnt by high temperature, making the overall gorgeousness and uniqueness even higher.

The Touring Package eliminates the large fixed spoiler and the exclusive emblem can be seen on the rear engine radiator grille.
Longitudinal carbon fiber side panels are added to both sides of the roof spoiler and rear wing to meet aerodynamic requirements, while the carbon fiber roof is to lower the center of gravity of the body.
The rear lower spoiler design that integrates the center-mounted dual exhaust tailpipes is a common performance design, so that cars coming from behind will know at a glance that it is not easy to mess with.

Traditional racing yellow embellishment
High-quality racing cabin creation

Continuing the low-key and practical style of the exterior, the new generation 911 GT3 with Touring Package is committed to creating a classic performance sports car atmosphere in the interior layout. It is based on the simple T-shaped console of the 992 generation, paired with the neatly styled three-wheel drive. The spoke-style sports steering wheel and the Track Screen that can individually display different vehicle condition information such as tire pressure and oil pressure create a clear and easy-to-control driving interface. It also uses black leather as standard interior and black hairline aluminum alloy. The interior decorative panels create a delicate texture, and the standard 10.9-inch PCM touch screen can meet communication and entertainment needs such as smartphone connection. It can also be easily used as a daily commuter or a long-distance travel vehicle, fully echoing the "Touring" in the car name. ” word.

It inherits the physical + digital instrument design of the new generation 911, and adds exclusive configurations such as yellow pointers, scales and GT3 lettering.

Compared with the 911 GT3 equipped with the Touring Package, the Cayenne Turbo GT, which joins the GT Series lineup for the first time, may be able to present a more original "GT-like" interior style, such as in the car's headliner, console front end, door handles/trimmings , the gear lever, the armrests on both sides of the center saddle and the center armrest are all covered with a large area of ​​Race-Tex suede-like GT exclusive interior kit, and the outer ring of the steering wheel is also covered with Race-Tex material. The Sport Response button in the center of the driving mode adjustment knob has been specially changed to red. Doesn’t it give people a sense of expectation and excitement that once pressed, it will sprint forward like a missile?

In order to meet the preferences of different buyers, Porsche's cars provide a wealth of customization options both inside and outside. For example, the 911 GT3 Touring test car provided by the manufacturer has a black leather interior package with GT silver contrast stitching, and the front of the console Both the upper edge of the door trim and the door trim adopt a special plaid design, which enhances the visual and tactile layering. As for the Cayenne Turbo GT, it also adopts neodymium silver contrast stitching (including seat trim strips and headrests). Model embroidery and seat belt color) add a lot of highlights to the pure black and solemn cabin atmosphere. However, as a member of the GT Series, the traditional Racing Yellow elements are still indispensable: from the 911 GT3 Touring six-speed The gear display on the manual transmission, the 12 o'clock positioning mark on the Cayenne Turbo GT steering wheel, and the position of the instrument pointers common to both can be seen.

The traditional yellow hands and turbo GT words are both designed exclusively for this car, but unfortunately the instrument scales are not also changed to yellow.
The gear display also failed to be replaced with yellow to enhance the GT element, but details such as the exclusive nameplate are still quite in place.

In pursuit of lightweight and in response to the need to install a roll cage in the Clubsport package, the 911 GT3 removed the rear row and adopted a pure two-seater configuration. Naturally, the Touring Package models also followed suit (but did not have the option of installing a roll cage). ), although it is a bit of a waste of space, it can also be regarded as a romantic pursuit of ultimate driving pleasure; as for the Cayenne Turbo GT, it adopts an independent four-seater design, and even the rear seats are replaced with two seats that echo the dual front-seat sports car seats. The high side-covering shape maintains practicality and will not allow rear seat passengers to be thrown around during intense driving.

It comes standard with dual front seats and four-way electrically adjustable sports car upgraded seats. Upgraded 18-way electrically adjustable or lightweight racing bucket seats are optional.
Removing the rear row and adopting a pure two-seater configuration is a waste of space, but it can also be regarded as a romantic pursuit of ultimate driving pleasure.
The Cayenne Turbo GT adopts an independent four-seat design, and even the rear seats have been replaced with high-covering shapes on both sides.

This post was last modified on December 12, 2023 7:54 am

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