Porsche 718 handbuch



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Porsche 718 handbuch

The Porsche is a series of one- or two-seat sports-racing cars built by Porsche from to An open-wheel single-seat model was developed for Formula racing. The was a development of the successful Porsche A with improvements made to the body work and suspension. The car's full name is RSK, where "RS" stands for RennSport sports-racing and the "K" reflects the shape of the car's revised torsion-bar suspension. Changes to the cars were minimal, being limited to removing the passenger seats and spare tires.

For Porsche fielded a modifiedcalled the RSK Mittellenker centre-steerfor F2 events. At the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgringdriver Edgar Barth placed sixth overall and second in his class. At the Berlin Grand Prix at AVUS the car won both its heat and the F2 class in the hands of driver Masten Gregory. At Reims driver Joakim Bonnier finished third. In October the FIA had announced another change to the regulations for Formula One F1.

For the season the FIA made changes to the regulation regarding the windscreen and cockpit size. These rules changes together with a larger 1. The RS 60 also ensured that Porsche successfully defended their European Hill Climb Championship for the third year in a row. The W-RS version was developed in Initially fitted with a 4-cylinder engine, the car was later fitted with Porsche's air-cooled Type 2. The W-RS continued Porsche's success in the European Hill Climb Championship with Edgar Barth claiming the title in Porsche would go on to win a European Hill Climb Championship every year untila total of 42 titles.

The W-RS continued racing until when it was replaced by the The made its racing debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans driven by Umberto Maglioli and Edgar Barth. The car failed to finish the race due to an accident. Inthe car finished first in class and third overall at Le Mans guided by Jean Behra and Hans Herrmann.

Jean Behra also brought one of the cars home second at the Targa Florio. Inthe car, driven by Edgar Barth and Wolfgang Seidelclaimed overall victory at the Targa Florio. A also won the European Hill Climb Championship in both and Porsche made their F2 debut with victories at Reims [14] and AVUS [15] in In other RSK's were converted for single seater racing and at the XV B. Formula One switched to a 1. Gurney scored three 2nd places FranceItaly and United States taking him to 4th place in the Drivers' Championship.

ForPorsche entered a new car, the Porsche in Formula One. Carel Godin de Beauforta privateer, entered a in F1 between and He was killed driving his during practice for the German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Porsche Excellence was Expected. Princeton Publishing.

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Automobile PORSCHE CAYMAN Brochure 67 pages. Summary of Contents for Porsche Cayenne Page 1 The Cayenne Page 5: Table Of Contents The Cayenne Comfort and transport Model range Comfort Design Driver assistance systems The new Cayenne GTS Transport Cayenne Personalisation Cayenne Diesel Cayenne S Porsche Exclusive Cayenne S Hybrid Cayenne Turbo Factory collection Drive systems and chassis Panorama Drive systems Engine technology Page 9: The Cayenne Intelligent Performance — and great emotion to ordinary everyday driving.

Yet the Cayenne is anything but ordinary — especially in the SUV segment. The result: a car that brings us closer to the fascinating appeal of the sports car than ever before. Page 10 The result: greater driving restricted to the road, while the first more dynamic, practical and comfortable family — is the Cayenne S Hybrid. Its par- pleasure with reduced fuel consumption Cayenne Diesel proved once more than ever before.

Page Model Range Even with a car offering the phenomenal out- put of the Cayenne Turbo. Its 4. Further proof of how harmoniously our In fact, what you see is more sports performance concept has been integrated performance than ever before. Page Design — for extra legroom and greater comfort. In add ition, a wide range of exclusive materials has been used. Practically everything has been changed, but one thing remains the same: the focus on you and your passengers. Page 14 The Cayenne GTS is fitted with inch other Cayenne models — for a lower RS Spyder Design wheels as standard.

In the new Cayenne GTS beats the heart centre of gravity. Also fitted as standard, The Cayenne GTS is available in two Page 17 PCM, p. Only in conjunction with comfort memory package or adaptive sports seats. Page Cayenne Diesel Cayenne Diesel. Page 22 inch Cayenne S III wheels. The Cayenne S p. A mark to which the Page Cayenne S Hybrid And yours. The generator can also be used to of performance and efficiency. Page 26 At Porsche, we believe less is more.

Cayenne Turbo. Understatement coupled with clear state- Optimum traction and safety are pro- Comfort is also key in the Cayenne Turbo System PDLS, p. Page 28 How could we make the Cayenne more powerful and yet, at the same time, more efficient? Where should we start? Page Drive Systems And Chassis The result: the parallel full hybrid.

The clearest proof of this is the Spyder — a current concept study for the super The Cayenne S Hybrid has a 3. The electric supercharged engine. The charging ef Page Drive Systems Under moderate acceleration, comes into its own during performance the electric machine can power the driving.

When the Cayenne S Hybrid is On the parallel full hybrid system, the vehicle independently using electricity driven at high speeds and on overrun, electric machine is integrated directly alone. Page 32 The hybrid system features a high- charge the battery under certain condi- on electricity on the Cayenne S Hybrid. Page 33 Engine speed rpm Cayenne S Hybrid: Nm at 1, rpm, kW hp at 5, rpm Cayenne S Hybrid system combined Cayenne S Hybrid combustion engine Page 34 Engine speed rpm Cayenne Diesel engine Cayenne Diesel: Nm between 1, and 2, rpm, kW hp between 3, and 4, rpm The engine of the Cayenne Diesel.

This The Cayenne Diesel is powered by a results in an output of kW hp 3. Page 35 Engine speed rpm Cayenne: Nm at 3, rpm, kW hp at 6, rpm Cayenne engine The engine of the Cayenne. The Cayenne features a naturally aspi r- 3, rpm. Page 36 Engine speed rpm Cayenne S engine Cayenne S: Nm between 3, and 5, rpm, kW hp at 6, rpm The engine of the Cayenne S. Fitted with eight-speed Tiptronic S as The Cayenne S has a naturally aspirated standard, the car is capable of acceler- 4. Page 37 Engine speed rpm Cayenne GTS: Nm at 3, rpm, kW hp at 6, rpm Cayenne GTS engine The engine of the new Cayenne GTS.

Maximum torque of Nm is available The new Cayenne GTS is powered by an at 3, rpm. Page 38 Engine speed rpm Cayenne Turbo engine Cayenne Turbo: Nm between 2, and 4, rpm, kW hp at 6, rpm The engine of the Cayenne Turbo. Page 40 Cayenne GTS and Cayenne Turbo.

Page Engine Technology All you experience is responsive adjusters. Inlet valve timing is On the Cayenne S Hybrid, the inlet valve steplessly adjusted. To improve response timing is continuously adjusted. Page 42 common-rail injection system. A high-performance engine can only tion chamber at up to bar with milli- On the Cayenne Diesel, direct fuel injec- maintain its maximum capability over second precision using electromagnetic tion comes courtesy of a common-rail a long service life if all components are injectors.

Page 43 from hot to cold. Oil is circulated around the V8 engines On all Cayenne models, the piston heads using a demand-driven pump. This has are cooled using oil-spray jets integrated been designed for the toughest driving within the main lubrication system.

Page 44 Its temperature is then changing the vane angle, the system can sensors. This data is then compared with engine in the Cayenne and the V8 engine reduced in the twin intercooler system, replicate the geometry in all types of a corresponding set of reference values.

Page 45 All exhaust systems, standard and sports, comply with the EU 5 emissions legislation. For Cayenne only in conjunction with Tiptronic S. Page 46 Transmission. Six-speed manual gearbox. Page Transmission Under Standard on the Cayenne Diesel, heavy braking, Tiptronic S shifts down to Cayenne S, Cayenne S Hybrid, maximise engine braking. Page 49 If, for example, the rear wheels threaten multi-plate clutch, automatic brake differ- to lose traction under acceleration, a All-wheel drive on the Cayenne, Cayenne S, Cayenne GTS and Cayenne Turbo ential ABD and anti-slip regulation ASR.

Page 50 Cayenne S Hybrid. The ASR and ABD systems work in the same way as in the PTM on the Cayenne, Porsche Hill Control PHC. Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo. A standard feature on all Cayenne models, Page 52 The optional PDCC p. This will lead to restricted capability when driving off road.

Page Chassis The axle concept on the Cayenne models increase stability. For enhanced comfort way of driving. Examples of intelligent used for the first time on the Cayenne S features consistent lightweight construc- and even greater active and passive lightweight construction on the rear axle Hybrid.

Page 56 PASM is fitted as standard on the new Cayenne GTS. At High Level II, High Level I and Normal Level, the ride height on the new Cayenne GTS is 12 mm lower than on the other Cayenne models. For further information, please refer to page Page 57 mm reduction in front and rear axles.

The system responds ride height on the new Cayenne GTS is to the current steering angle and lateral designed to deliver one thing above all acceleration by producing a stabilising else: sports performance. Page 59 PASM. Page 60 up to 21 inches in diameter is available for all models. In conjunction with mm tyres for the Cayenne Turbo and mm tyres for all other models. Page Safety And Environment Driving with foresight. Quite literally. Active safety. The striking lighting arrangement is also instantly recognisable.

Automatic headlight activation. The headlights are automatically Headlight Cayenne, Cayenne Diesel, Page 65 PDLS Plus offers two additional func- as on the new Cayenne GTS and the control and reflection high-beam lights steering angle and road speed. The static tions: High Beam Assistant recognises Cayenne Turbo each main headlight unit — Page 67 PSM p.

The system more powerful braking systems, the Page 68 PCCB. The electronic engine management sys- resistance of the PCCB disc ensures masses are lightened.