DETROIT – Don’t believe anything you may have read about Porsche Cayenne horsepower. Not until the auto maker makes the appropriate clarifications, Ward’s reveals. Outputs made by Porsche’s first SUV – 340 hp for ’03 Cayenne S and 450 hp for the twin turbocharged model – are measured in DIN units. But unlike information about its other products, Cayenne advertising on Porsche’s U.S. Internet server lacks disclaimers to distinguish the DIN rating from the North American standard, SAE net. ...

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