Porsche SUV to go on a diet
7 July 2009

These spy pictures show the second generation Porsche Cayenne, which is expected to be packed with technology from the Panamera five-door.

This technology is expected to include a stop/start system and a hybrid model with a supercharged V6.

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The new Porsche Cayenne is also likely to share its architecture with the VW Toureg, and our spy shots show that the body is likely to be sleeker and more aerodynamic.

Along with other new Porsches there is expected to be significant weight improvements and increased efficiency.

Reports suggest that as much as 200kg coudl be shed from the Cayenne, with the weight loss being used to improve effieicency and performance and handling.

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