Hot laps on asphalt are fun to watch, but what happens when the pavement ends? To show us just how capable their new SUV truly is, Porsche traveled to the middle of the Baltic Sea. A massive motorsports facility is under construction on the Swedish island of Gotland, and only half of it has been paved. That is how the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid set an unusual lap record
The facility bills itself as the first Sustainable track, using wind power for electricity. The new Cayenne Hybrid also uses high voltage to offer 676 horsepower and 663 lb-ft of torque. It uses the same 400v system as its cousin the Audi E-Tron, and it represents the future of high-performance SUVs. Being able to cruise at 83 mph on battery alone for 26 miles is a nice achievement. So how does this power reach the ground when the pavement ends? Listen to the driver’s excitement and hold on for a wild ride! Click the link below to find a new Cayenne near you.