Porsche's new product line will be shown at the AMI Auto Show in Germany. Representing the brand will be the new Cayenne Diesel, new 911 GT3, Cayman and Boxster cars.
Following their global debuts at the Geneva Motor Show last week, Porsche will debut the new 911 GT3 and the Cayenne Diesel in Germany for the first time at the 19th AMI Auto Show. It could be said that the Cayenne Diesel will be at home because it is assembled at Porsche's Leipzig plant just a few miles from where the AMI Show takes place. Other models planned for exhibition are the new Boxster and Cayman models.
Running the Cayenne Diesel is a 3.0-litre V6 diesel with 240hp (176kW) and 550Nm of torque. Porsche says it averages 9.3 litres per 100km and it coughs out 244g/km of C02 emissions. The transmission system is a Tiptronic S and will be fitted to all the cars produced.
Fans of the German sports car marquee will be excited to learn that the new 2010 911 GT3 will also be unveiled in Germany for the first time. The GT3 has a naturally aspirated 3.8-litre flat-six engine that pulls out 435hp (320kW) and 317 ft-lbs of torque. It is fitted PASM, LEDs on the front and rear lights clusters, an updated rear spoiler and larger air intakes.
Pricing for the Cayenne Diesel starts at €47,250. The GT3 will be priced at €98,100 in Europe, €116,947 in Germany - because of VAT and special home-market only features and $112,200 in the US. UK customers will be charged at least £81,914 for their 2010 GT3.