Whether the sport Turismo rather than a Langheck sedan, as a shooting brake or something else should look, is currently being discussed on the international driving presentation of the five-door. Whether it is pure-bred sports cars, the test rounds will be on the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit. The fact is that the Sport Turismo is offered from the start in five drive variants. These include three petrol engines from 234 kW (330 hp) to 404 kW (550 hp), a diesel with 310 kW (422 hp) and a plug-in hybrid with 340 kW (462 hp) system power.
Under the hood, however, nothing changes. There is the car according to Porsche with a V6 petrol engine with 243 kW / 330 hp, as a V8 turbo with 404 kW / 550 hp and a top speed of 304 km / h as well as as V8 diesel, which at 310 kW / 420 hp on A consumption of 6.7 liters and a CO2 emissions of 176 g / km comes.
The engines do not change. There is the car with a V6 petrol engine with 243 kW / 330 hp, as a V8 turbo with 404 kW / 550 hp and a top speed of 304 km / h as well as as a V8 diesel, which at 310 kW / 420 hp on a consumption Of 6.7 liters and a CO2 emissions of 176 g / km.
The most economical variant is the plug-in hybrid with a system power of 340 kW / 462 hp. Here 50 kilometers of electric range should reduce consumption to 2.5 liters and CO2 emissions to 56 g / km. In this variant is however a 14 kWh battery in the rear. As a result, the Sport Turismo will again lose just under 100 liters of trunk volume.