Offroad driving events

The best way to overcome obstacles is together.
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Not everyone is looking for an exciting experience on the tarmac. Many like the combination of performance and adventure that is possible in the Cayenne on our off-road track. A route that demands a lot of skill from a driver. A total of 6 km awaits your guests with 15 challenging test sections. 

In this driving event, they experience real off-road driving. And the tough challenges posed by our terrain. Drivers will cross bunkers. Climb a steep mountain path. Ford a water crossing. Overcome a slanting section with an incline of up to 35°. Or clear a ramp with a gradient of 80%, demanding great skill. 

Your guests experience rolling hills, gravel roads and mud tracks. They experience the Cayenne. And they experience driving at the physical and technical limits. A fascinating event that takes place in a biotopically structured landscape. More than 100 hectares, which are also home to wild horses and aurochs. The off-road track is a challenge – experienced instructors are always at your side with driving tips. You can also have your guests trained in off-road driving techniques in one- or two-day courses. For example, our instructors show participants how to effectively use the differential lock, four-wheel drive and off-road reduction. 

Another suggestion for the summer months: Simply send your guests to the “Prairie”. By which we mean our conference room of the same name for meetings with up to 15 persons. There is also a terrace available for an enjoyable outdoor barbecue with up to 100 persons. 

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Fuel Consumption and Emissions

Cayenne (NEFZ)*

9,4 - 9,2

l/100 km

215 - 210

g/km

Cayenne (WLTP)*

12,5 - 11,5

l/100 km

283 - 259

g/km

Cayenne (NEFZ)*

Fuel consumption/Emissions (NEFZ)*

Fuel consumption combined: 9,4 - 9,2 l/100 km

CO₂ emissions combined: 215 - 210 g/km

Cayenne (WLTP)*

Fuel consumption/Emissions (WLTP)*

Fuel consumption combined* (model range): 12,5 - 11,5 l/100 km

CO₂ emissions combined* (model range): 283 - 259 g/km