Motorcycle Porsche Macan with four cylinder engine

10 May

Detail specification and motor features of Porsche Macan with four cylinder engine, the detail information

Porsche Macan with four cylinder engine – Porsche has revealed the latest version of the entry-level sport utility vehicle (SUV) flagship, the Macan. The latest version of the Porsche Macan will be armed with a four-cylinder engine.

Porsche Macan

Porsche Macan with four cylinder engine
Based from Worldcarfans, four-cylinder engine Porsche had long abandoned this German car manufacturer. Last used in 1995 in the Porsche 968. And this time the baby Cayenne will use a turbocharged four-cylinder engine capacity of 2.0 liters.

With these machines, the Porsche Macan will produce power up to 237 HP (177 KW) with a maximum torque of 350 Nm (258 lb-ft). Porsche Macan is capable accelerate from 0 to 100 km per hour in 6.9 seconds.

To distinguish Porsche Macan four-cylinder and V6 engine very easy to do, just to see Tiger Porsche exhaust tip. If the Macan V6 uses two pairs of tailpipe, while the four-cylinder inline engine using only a pair of tailpipe.

For information, the Porsche Macan have three types namely diesel engine 3.0 liter twin turbo V6-powered 254 hp with 580 Nm of torque and a 3.0-liter V6 petrol engine twin-turbo that produces 335 hp with 460 Nm of torque.

Of the two models is actually a version of the most powerful armed the Porsche Macan Turbo 3.6 liter engine twin-turbo V6 that produces 394 hp and 550 Nm of torque.


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