Porsche’s new 2022 Cayenne broke the Nürburgring lap record last June 14 to eclipse the previous speed record set by the Audi RS Q8 in 2019. Piloted by test driver Lars Kern, Porsche’s latest variant of the Cayenne SUV covered an entire 20.832-kilometer lap of the Nürburgring Nordschleife in only 7:38.925. In reference, the Audi did it in 7:42.253.
The Cayenne’s newest record-breaking lap time is certified by a notary public.
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