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If you’re not a sad act like me who lives in the minutiae of press releases, you may not know that when you’re going above 99mph in the new Cayenne Turbo, a little flap in the roof spoiler tilts by six degrees (and up to 19.

9 degrees in sportier settings) to give the rear axle more stability. It can also act as an airbrake (y’know, like a Chiron or fighter jet) between 105mph and 167mph – extending to 28.2 degrees, again, to give the rear axle more stability. But this isn’t in a Chiron or fighter jet; it’s a big, fat, blobby SUV.

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