The New-Look Cayenne
When the Porsche Cayenne was first introduced to the market in 2003 it turned heads and shocked the industry.
However, when the Cayenne was launched, sales of first and second-generation vehicles exceeded all expectations, re-imagining the idea of a sports performance vehicle in the SUV segment and setting new benchmarks.
Today’s Cayenne features a sharper design, boosted efficiency and more standard equipment. For women with drive who want a little more muscle behind the wheel, this is the face-lift you’ve been saving for.
The new generation Cayenne launches in five variants: Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Diesel, Cayenne S Diesel and – in a world premiere – the Cayenne S E-Hybrid – the first plug-in hybrid in the premium SUV segment.
This model, together with the Panamera S E-Hybrid and the 918 Spyder, make Porsche the only carmaker in the world to offer three plug-in hybrid models.
All Cayenne engine versions have improved performance as well as better fuel economy compared to previous models. Just because they’re more economical doesn’t mean you have to compromise on power.
For instance, all new Cayenne models consume significantly less fuel courtesy of a coasting function and further advanced “auto stop-start function plus” as well as optimised thermal management.
The new Cayenne has just gone on sale in Australia and prices start from $104,700 for the base model, Porsche Cayenne Diesel.
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