2017 Porsche Cayenne Changes
What’s changed from the last model? written by: Anjali09 The new 2017 Porsche Cayenne is expected to be out sometime later this year. With the third generation all set to arrive, people are early waiting for this luxury crossover. It clearly is one of the most awaited cars this year. It comes with a plethora of features ridden in the magnificence of an SUV. A super fast model, Turbo S is also on its way.
2017 Porsche Cayenne New Design
What distinguishes this model from the earlier Porsche Cayenne models is its new clamshell bonnet, similar to the one on the beautiful Porsche Macan. The car comes with a wide collection of innovations in its design including an exquisite interior boosted with technology like on board Wi-Fi, rewarding handling and additional engine (apart from the four). The side of the car is provided with a C-shaped vent and creases running back along the doors. The tail-lights of the car have been modernized, while the headlights are the same LEDs. The interior of the car is also catered by technology supported systems to help in steering, accelerating and in applying brakes. Also, the car will use the Audi Q7’s VW Group MLB platform. It will be provided with a plug-in Hybrid version comprising of 4 cylinder engines and the electric motor. There will be both diesel and petrol versions.
A mid-sized luxury crossover variant, 2017 Cayenne is a big deal in the market right now. This version of Porsche Cayenne is of ultra modern design with superior performance. Also, the weight of the model is greatly reduced in 2017. It scores brilliantly in luxury and comfort which can be seen in the interior of the car which is made of best quality leather upholstery. The driver assistance systems are indeed a comfort. Other features include multi-zone air conditioning system, advanced navigation system, wide angled rearview camera, touch panel to control infotainment system and LCD display screen placed on eye level of drivers.
Prices for the model is estimated to start around £50,000 for diesel based, and around £115,000 for the Turbo S and is expected to be running around us by the first quarter of 2017.