Next Tuesday, the 2018 Porsche Cayenne will officially be revealed online but it seems that Porsche lets it come even sooner than we expected. AutoExpress has just leaked some images of the SUV showing both the inside and outside design.
It seems that Porsche lets the Cayenne come even sooner than we expected
Through the leaked pictures, it’s apparent that the redesign mainly focuses on the car’s front fascia with a slightly large grille bordered by two smaller side vents. On the side, the story is the same as what we have seen in the sketch and the rendering. Click here to learn more.
On the side, the story is the same as what we have seen in the sketch
Let’s take a closer look at the rear. It’s completely new. The bulky tail light fitments was entirely got rid of. Instead, an all-new single light bar, inspired by the Panamera, is now stressed by a more pronounced rear spoiler. Two rectangular exhausts complete the rear view.
The rear is completely new
Despite minor changes, the cabin still makes fans excited. We can spot a larger central screen above the center console in addition to a host of new digital readings. Besides, the interior is finished in beige leather trim with black accents, giving the cabin a more elegant look. A spacious cargo space is also revealed.
We can spot a larger central screen above the center console in addition to a host of new digital readings
As Philkotse mentioned in our previous articles, the 2018 Porsche Cayenne will share the underpinnings with the Audi Q7 SUV and the Volkswagen Touareg. Engine options include V6 and V8 turbo units and a diesel Cayenne would come later because of ongoing Dieselgate-related problems.
Now, keep calm and let the debut countdown begin.
2018 Porsche Cayenne
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