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Watch Cayenne to tow Airbus A380

Porsche Cayenne Pull Record

Watch Cayenne to tow Airbus A380

With the trial in France going, a new record has been achieved in the country, but the reward goes to a car; not to a person.

 




 

What could be something that brings a plane and a car together? Yes it is an unusual situation, a world record, as it comes to mind. We see SUV models today are more urbanized. While these tools make such an impression from the outside as a design, they still demonstrate that they are separated from all other segments by technical values. One of the vital technical features that we are talking about is the traction power which is very important especially during the land. Porsche is extremely confident of the traction power of Cayanne, the flagship SUV model of the country. In order to prove this, the team that had a dream of a project that caused us to ask the question we had led at the beginning of our story was able to take the record from Nissan.

 




 

You might think that there is an improvement in the technical sense on Cayenne as it is an extreme situation in the work. Thus, Porsche is not making any extra improvements on the standard Cayenne Turbo S, which has a 4.1-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that is misleading at this point. With 570 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque, Cayanne S managed to take the Nissan Patrol, who succeeded in pulling a 170-ton aircraft in 2013 by pulling 42-feet of the A30 code plane, which has a total length of 73 meters and a weight of 285 tons. Passengers of a total of 516 seats may have already reserved their tickets for the next trial.

 

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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