Porsche AG promises a dramatic reduction in fuel consumption for its Cayenne cross/utility vehicle as it offers an early look at a prototype hybrid variant of the vehicle. Presented this week to the media at its Stuttgart, Germany, headquarters and set to debut by the end of the decade, the Cayenne hybrid CUV is expected to achieve combined city/highway fuel economy of approximately 24 mpg (9.8 L/100 km), the auto maker says, noting additional advancements may boost that figure to 26 mpg ...
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