Driven - - Re­veal In­ter­na­tional -

de­vel­op­ments are de­rived from the 911 to im­prove agility, sta­bil­ity, and safety, while rear-axle steer­ing also re­duces the turn­ing cir­cle by 0.6 me­tres for even greater prac­ti­cal­ity.

An­other first is the Porsche Sur­face Coated Brakes, which come as stan­dard in the Cayenne Turbo and of­fer im­proved re­spon­sive­ness as well as an up to 30% longer ser­vice life.

With a host of driver as­sis­tance sys­tems work­ing in the back­ground, and all of them be­ing en­gi­neer­ing mar­vels, the driv­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is so in­tu­itive, com­fort­able and pre­cise that it be­lies the in­tel­li­gence that un­der­pins this mod­ern mar­vel of a ve­hi­cle. The new Cayenne is as ag­ile on the tar­mac as it is con­fi­dent on gravel, and way more ca­pa­ble off-road than its drop-dead good looks will lead you to be­lieve.


With more than 770,000 Cayenne’s sold world­wide since its in­cep­tion in 2002, the third gen­er­a­tion of the Cayenne com­bines de­sign and per­for­mance dy­namism with ev­ery­day prac­ti­cal­ity. Pow­er­ful turbo en­gines, a new eight-speed Tip­tronic S gear­box and new chas­sis sys­tems, and an in­no­va­tive dis­play and con­trol con­cept with in­creased con­nec­tiv­ity, take both sporti­ness and com­fort lev­els to new heights. The Cayenne is the SUV of the fu­ture, and that fu­ture is here.

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