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The 2010 Porsche Cayenne goes hybrid

This web video gives us an extended look at one of Porsche's newest hybrid models both on the road and in the factory showing us how it's made.

In case you haven't been following along with the blog this week, I've been devoting this week to covering some of the recent hybrid vehicles that have been unleashed for the 2010 automotive year. Today we're turning our attention to the Porsche Cayenne hybrid model and it sure looks and run like a Porsche should.

The 2010 Porsche Cayenne hybrid version is the result of their collaboration with Volkswagen to create a "green" version of this popular SUV. Its main selling points seem to be the fact that the Cayenne hybrid emits roughly 20% less CO2 gas than its comparable competitors while maintaining the sporty traits associated with the Porsche brand. This video clip shows the Cayenne hybrid in action along the road, as well as showing sketch models of how the car operates and how it is put together in the factory. This is an intriguing hybrid vehicle that will be interesting to watch as it continues to develop.