The third generation 2018 Porsche Cayenne is being tested now before its official launch.
The SUV was spotted with minimal camouflage and going by the looks of it which seems final, it should soon be revealed in one of the upcoming auto expos.
People who have loved the brand Porsche are not so happy with the fact they are focusing on 4×4 designs. Their primary focus has always been the stylish, sports cars that Porsche is associated with while the Cayenne dares to be different from the conventional models. Despite all the mixed reviews and audience comments, the older versions of the SUV continue to be the most successful model from the brand and earns a major share of their revenue.
According to the official statistics, they have sold at least 70,000 units in the year 2016 which contributes to 30 percent of total sales Porsche witnessed in the year. Given the huge success of the car, it is no wonder they are going to tweak the model and come up with a much better version of the existing Cayenne. The spy photos confirmed that a revolutionary design is in the making while maintaining a light profile.
One of the most prominent changes that anyone would instantly spot is the large front grille which looks larger and wider than before giving a huge, boxy look for the car. However, subtle changes made to the car including the fully redesigned headlights and the large wheels ensure the overall stylish appearance is not affected at any point. The new revamped taillights in the car has been masked in the spy shots making it difficult for us to find how it has been designed to suit the overall appeal of the car.
The 2018 Porsche Cayenne will hit dealership stores next year before which the company is sure to showcase its model and list all the features, specifications and performance it would render. The Cayenne will compete with the likes of Audi Q7 and the Bentley Bentayga as well as the upcoming Lamborghini Urus, Volkswagen Touareg. The competition level is very high encouraging the designers and engineers behind the Porsche car to work really hard to get the output.
On the inside, the dashboard will feature a large, high resolution display combined with haptic feedback controls and easy connectivity to transfer data from your smartphone to the car’s infotainment system. A V6 engine will power the entry level and prices are expected to begin at £55,000 going all the way up to £100,000 for Turbo S model.
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