Porsche Cayenne 9YA (9Y0 station wagon, 9Y3 Coupé)

Date of unveil by Porsche AG: 2017 August 29
Premiere: 2017 August 29 in Stuttgart Porsche Museum
Market launch: end of 2017

2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid with aerokit
Cayenne station wagon 9Y0© Porsche

Technical specifications Cayenne station wagon 9Y0

Modification Engine kW lb-ft Nm 60 mph 100 km/h 100 mph 200 km/h mph km/h DIN kg DIN lb
Cayenne
(Turbo 3.0)
Audi V6 turbo 250 331 450 5.8 sec.
*5.6 sec.
6.2 sec.
*5.9 sec.
24.2 sec.
*23.9 sec.
152 245 1985 4376
Cayenne Hybrid
(Turbo 3.0)
Audi V6 turbo 340 (ICE 250, el.motor 100) 515 (ICE 331, el.motor 294) 700 (ICE 450, el.motor 400) *4.7 sec. *5.0 sec. 157 253 2295 5060
Cayenne S
(Turbo 2.9)
Audi V6 bi-turbo 324 404 550 4.9 sec.
*4.6 sec.
5.2 sec.
*4.9 sec.
18.9 sec.
*18.6 sec.
165 265 2020 4453
Cayenne GTS
(Turbo 4.0)
Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 338 456 620 4.5 sec.
*4.2 sec.
4.8 sec.
*4.5 sec.
10.9 sec.
*10.6 sec.
17.9 sec.
*17.6 sec.
168 270 2145 4729
Cayenne Turbo 4.0 Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 404 566 770 3.9 sec.
*3.7 sec.
4.1 sec.
*3.9 sec.
178 286 2175 4795
Cayenne Turbo S 4.0 Hybrid Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 500 (ICE 404, el.motor 100) 662 (ICE 566, el.motor 294) 900 (ICE 770, el.motor 400) *3.6 sec. *3.8 sec. *8.4 sec. *13.2 sec. 183 295 2490 5490

2019 Porsche Cayenne Coupe
Cayenne Coupé 9Y3© Porsche

Technical specifications Cayenne Coupé 9Y3

Modification Engine kW lb-ft Nm 60 mph 100 km/h 100 mph 200 km/h mph km/h DIN kg DIN lb
Cayenne
(Turbo 3.0)
Audi V6 turbo 250 331 450 *5.7 sec. *6.0 sec.
**5.9 sec.
*13.9 sec.
**13.8 sec.
151 243 2030 4475
Cayenne Hybrid
(Turbo 3.0)
Audi V6 turbo 340 (ICE 250, el.motor 100) 515 (ICE 331, el.motor 294) 700 (ICE 450, el.motor 400) *4.8 sec. *5.1 sec.
**5.0 sec.
*11.7 sec. 157 253 2360 5203
Cayenne S
(Turbo 2.9)
Audi V6 bi-turbo 324 404 550 *4.7 sec. *5.0 sec.
**4.9 sec.
*11.4 sec. *18.8 sec. 163 263 2025 4464
Cayenne GTS
(Turbo 4.0)
Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 338 456 620 *4.2 sec. *4.5 sec. *10.6 sec. *17.6 sec. 168 270 2175 4795
Cayenne Turbo 4.0 Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 404 566 770 *3.7 sec. *3.9 sec.
**3.9 sec.
*9.2 sec.
**9.2 sec.
178 286 2200 4850
Cayenne Turbo S 4.0 Hybrid Audi-Porsche V8 bi-turbo 500 (ICE 404, el.motor 100) 662 (ICE 566, el.motor 294) 900 (ICE 770, el.motor 400) *3.6 sec. *3.8 sec. *8.5 sec. *13.3 sec.
**13.2 sec.
183 295 2535 5589
* Sport Chrono Pack/Launch Control
** with carbon roof
Weight of German versions with standard equipment. DIN weight = car with 90% fuel, no driver, no cargo.
Year is the year of introduction, not model year.


The making of


2018 Porsche Cayenne prototype
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Michael Mauer 2017
Michael Mauer, Vice President Style Porsche © Porsche
Peter Varga 2017
Peter Varga, Director Exterior Design © Porsche
Ivo van Hulten 2017
Ivo van Hulten, Director Interior Design © Porsche
Oliver Rosenbohm 2017
Oliver Rosenbohm, Manager Interior Design © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne prototype
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2018 Porsche Cayenne body structure
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2016 September 23, testing of the prototype on the Nürburgring © Margus Holland
New bonnet (similar to Panamera) and new mirrors can be seen, but the lamps are not even prototypes yet, just some selfmade lamps © Stuttcars.com
Funny camouflage © Stuttcars.com
Front door window now has a splitter, rear side window is smaller than before and the roof is more curved down at the rear© Stuttcars.com
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2018 Porsche Cayenne prototype
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2018 Porsche Cayenne prototype
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2018 Porsche Cayenne prototype
Almost ready to take off to the world markets © Porsche
2018 model year Porsche Cayenne produced at Volkswagen plant in Bratislava
While the bodies were fully assembled at the Volkswagen plant in Bratislava from the beginning of the Cayenne production in 2002 (only the powerplant and drivetrain were mounted in Leipzig), starting with the 9Y0 generation, the Cayennes are fully made in Slovakia. The Bratislava plant can be told by letter "D" in the VIN code.© Volkswagen

Before the launch of the 9Y0 version, more than 760.000 Cayenne station wagons (955, 957, 958.1, 958.2) were made. The design of the Cayenne 958 (958.1 2010-2014, 958.2 2014-2017) was so good that the 9Y0 is not a revolution, but - typically to Porsche - an evolution. All exterior panels are now of aluminium and many structural body parts aswell. Despite the 2.5"/63 mm longer body and larger wheels (19" now smallest size plus rear wheels and tyres wider than fronts), the base version lost 55 kg/121 lb compared to the 958.2. The optional air suspension now is the 3-chamber system, which makes the ride more comfortable than before. Rear-axle steering is available for the first time - reduced turning circle makes handling of the SUV easier. PDCC (Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control) system is now electric instead of hydraulic. This was made possible by a 48-volt electrical system. The base version is now fitted with LED headlights as standard, but PDLS (Porsche Dynamic Light System) cornering lights are still optional. The PDLS+ LED Matrix headlights are the best system available. Fully variable light distribution and intensity are enabled by 84 individually activated LEDs - the high beam does not glare opposing traffic, as well as there is adaptive sign glare control. Night Vision Assist comes with a thermal imaging camera.

2018 Porsche Cayenne premiere in 2017
2017 August 29, premiere event at the Porsche Museum © Porsche

Cayenne Coupé

Is it a coupé? As a marketing term, yes, as a technical description of a body style, no. So, it should be written as "Coupé" with capital letter to show it is a name and not a body style.

2019 March 21 Porsche Cayenne Coupe premiere in Stuttgart
2019 March 21, Stuttgart, Cayenne Coupé premiere event for invited guests© Porsche

Cayenne Coupé's standard equipment includes speed-sensitive Power Steering Plus, 20" wheels on base version and 21" on V8, reversing camera and the Sport Chrono Package with Launch Control. The car also comes standard with all-glass panoramic roof. This makes the car 25 kg /55 lb heavier than the station wagon. The optional lightweight carbon roof is part of a package that also includes the Sport Design exterior package, weight-reduced 22" GT Design wheels, seat centres in classic checkered fabric, carbon interior trim, Alcantara ceiling and steering wheel. For the V8 Cayenne Turbo Coupé, the package also includes a sports exhaust system. The package saves 18-22 kg/40-49 lb.

With the V8 engine, the Coupé is approximately 6% more expensive than the station wagon, but with the much cheaper base engine version, the price difference coming from the roof shape translates to around 12%. Although it might not sound reasonable to pay extra for the roof line shape, the Coupé might keep it's value better than the station wagon - if the CO2 emitting cars will keep their values at all.

PSCB Porsche Surface Coated Brakes

The wolfram-carbide coated cast-iron brake discs are the world first. To make the PSCB, a gray-iron disc is laser-processed to offer structure, then galvanized with an interlayer. The interlayer acts like a flexible bond to relieve the differential thermal extension of gray iron and tungsten carbide. The latter is applied in a spectacular manner: a high-velocity oxy-fuel spraying process shoots tungsten carbide particles at the disc at supersonic speeds. The result is a coating of just 10 nanometers thick. The surface of the discs develops a unique gloss level after bedding-in. This super hard and super smooth mirror-like surface needs very special adhesive brake pads. The brake calipers are white to show that the PSCB does not produce brake dust. Like with PCCB, the PSCB brake calipers are 10-pot on front axle (4-pot at the rear). Front discs have a diameter of 16.3"/415 mm and rear ones 14.3"/365 mm. PSCB does not replace the more expensive PCCB ceramic brakes (17.3"/440 mm front, 16.1"/410 mm rear). The Porsche Surface Coated Brakes are standard on V8-engined Cayenne Turbo and as an option on all V6 Cayenne versions.

PSCB Porsche Surface Coated Brakes on a 2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0
PSCB Porsche Surface Coated Brakes are standard on V8, optional for V6 © Porsche

Hybrid

Compared to the 958.2-generation hybrid Cayenne, the electric motor has 100 kW (+30 kW). The battery capacity was initially raised to 14.1 kWh (+3.3 kWh) and from 2021 to 17.9 kWh to further increase the fully electric range. Maximum all-electric speed is 84 mph/135 km/h. In contrast to the previous electro-hydraulic system with the spindle actuator (Cayenne 958.2), the separating clutch from the 2019 model year Cayenne E-hybrid is operated electromechanically, and that ensures even faster reaction times. The hybrid versions are not designed for off-road driving and the allowed wading depth is therefore 250-280 mm instead of 475-530 mm for the other versions.

Cayenne 9Y0 hybrid electric motor
Electric machine and its clutch © Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0 hybrid battery
14.1 kWh battery pack © Porsche
2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid
Cayenne E-hybrid with aerokit © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne 2018 front view in the dark
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2018 Porsche Cayenne
Optional windscreen camera, nose camera and the adaptive cruise control sensor © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne 2018 front corner view
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe
The front roof edge of the Coupé was lowered by around 0.8"/20 mm © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS
GTS Coupé with its standard 21" black RS Spyder Design wheels© Porsche
Cayenne option PW1
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2018 Porsche Cayenne LED headlamp versions, basic, PDLS+, Matrix
LED headlamps: basic, with cornering lamps, Matrix © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0 front grille
Turbo V8© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0
Turbo V8© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe, standard front spoiler vs SportDesign front spoiler
Standard front spoiler versus SportDesign front spoiler that comes in the package with the GT Design wheels and carbon roof © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne 2018 black
Turbo V6 © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne 2018
Black-anodized window trim and front grille trim. Privacy dark glass at the rear. © Porsche
Cayenne roof rack
Roof rack. Car with black window trim and black roof rails.© Porsche
Cayenne panorama glass roof
Panorama roof© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Crayon
Cayenne Coupé in Crayon ('Kreide' in German) © Porsche
2020 Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupé charging
Turbo S Hybrid charging© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne 2018 in studio
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe carbon roof
Expensive optional CFRP (carbon fibre reinforced plastic) roof for the Coupé© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe carbon roof top view
Carbon roof panel saves weight significantly compared to the standard all-glass roof © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange
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Porsche Cayenne 9Y0 wagon (9YA)
Cayenne station wagon 9Y0© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe roof spoiler
Coupé's roof spoiler © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo air brake
Moving roof spoiler of the Cayenne Turbo station wagon in air brake position. As you can imagine, the air brake cannot do miracles - Porsche says that when you drive 155 mph/250 km/h and you do a full force braking until the car stops, then the air brake minimizes the braking distance by up to 2 metres / ~6 feet. © Porsche
2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid plug
Hybrid charging socket © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Gurney flap
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Cayenne 9Y0 standard rear lamps
Standard rear lamps © Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0 dark rear lamps
Dark tinted rear lamps © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe rear spoiler open
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe rear spoiler erected
The Coupé's rear spoiler erects when the speed exceeds 56 mph/90 km/h © Porsche
2019/2020 Cayenne S Coupé
Cayenne S Coupé© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS
Cayenne GTS Coupé with its dark tinted lamps© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS center sports exhaust
Option sports exhaust for the Coupé© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe standard rear bumper vs SportDesign
Standard rear bumper lower part versus SportDesign rear bumper lower part (here painted, available also in black)© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne
Base Cayenne 19" wheels © Porsche
Cayenne trailer coupling
Electrically folding trailer coupling © Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0 sports exhaust silver/black
Sports exhaust in silver and in black © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne rear corner view
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange in the night
The grooves in the carbon roof not only serve to remind the 911 RS versions, but make the roof panel stronger, too © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Gurney flap
The small extension on top of the rear spoiler is called a 'Gurney flap' in honour of its inventor, racing driver Dan Gurney© Porsche
2020 Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupé and station wagon
Turbo S Coupé and station wagon. The Coupé with its standard panorama glass roof is notably heavier than the standard SW, giving the latter a slight advantage in performance. © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0
V8 has the lower parts of doors and rear bumper painted. The 21" tyres are really wide: 285/40 at the front and 315/35 at the rear.© Porsche
2020 Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid charging
Turbo S Hybrid charging © Porsche
Cayenne Turbo S (E-Hybrid) logo
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2018 Porsche Cayenne
The lower parts of doors and rear bumper are not painted © Porsche
2019/2020 Lava Orange Porsche Cayenne Coupe with rear spoiler up
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2018 Porsche Cayenne rear lamp panel
Nice!© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne rear lamps in the night
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2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid with aerokit and sports exhaust
Aerokit and sports exhaust © Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0-generation station wagon (9YA) vs coupe (9YB)
Cayenne station wagon (9Y0) versus Coupé (9Y3). Redesigned rear doors and rear fenders make the Coupé a bit wider (+0.7"/+18 mm). © Porsche
Rear view of 2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange
Cayenne Coupé© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne GTS 4.0 rear view
Cayenne GTS 4.0© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS rear view
Cayenne GTS 4.0 Coupé© Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS center sports exhaust pipes
While the GTS already comes with a sports exhaust system as standard, the sports exhaust system with centrally positioned oval tailpipes is optionally available GTS Coupé and Turbo Coupé with Lightweight Sports Package.© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe - carbon roof vs glass roof
Coupé with optional lightweight carbon roof versus heavy all-glass standard roof © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne rear top view
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2019 Porsche Cayenne aerokit roof spoiler
Aerokit roof spoiler © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange and with carbon roof
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe standard glass roof
The standard panoramic fixed glass roof of the Coupé comes with an electrically operated sunblind © Porsche
2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid charging in garage
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2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid charging cable in trunk
The fluid-cooled battery, stored beneath the loading floor, consists of 8 cell modules with 13 prismatic lithium ion cells each © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne
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2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0 air brake roof spoiler
Cayenne Turbo station wagon's active roof spoiler © Porsche
Cayenne advertising
Porsche's cool advertising style learned from Porsche Cars North America in the 80s and 90s seems to be back! © Porsche
2019/2020 Lava Orange Porsche Cayenne Coupe
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe rear spoiler up
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in motion
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2019/2020 Lava Orange Porsche Cayenne Coupe
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in motion, side view
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in dark grey metallic, side view
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe in Lava Orange, side view
22" GT Design wheels come in the package with the carbon roof © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Coupé GTS side view
GTS has lowered suspension© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0 air brake roof spoiler
Rear spoiler of the Cayenne Turbo station wagon in performance mode© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne
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Porsche Cayenne GTS 4.0 wheel and red front brake calliper
GTS has 390 mm front brake discs© Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne
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2018 Porsche Cayenne LED headlamp
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Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-hybrid, suspension in off-road mode
Suspension raised up © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne front bumper guard
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Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-hybrid
Tim Schrick rallying with the Turbo S on Gotland island in Sweden© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe interior, dashboard, steering wheel
Coupé © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne dashboard
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2018 Porsche Cayenne steering wheel
Carbon fibre is a nice material, but would you want to make your steering wheel slippery? © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne cockpit
Shift paddles can be used to control the 8-speed Tiptronic © Porsche
Cayenne 2018 steering wheel, instruments
The tachometer is real, other instruments digital © Porsche
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2018 Porsche Cayenne tacho
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2018 Porsche Cayenne head-up display (2019 model year)
2019 model year brought the head-up display © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne head-up display system in the dashboard
Head-up display's position can be adjusted for the driver’s height and seat position© Porsche
Cayenne alcantara ceiling
Optional alcantara ceiling © Porsche
Cayenne 2018 center console
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Porsche Cayenne Exclusive shifter
Optional Exclusive shifter © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupé with cloth seat centres
Coupé © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne front seats
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2018 Porsche Cayenne 2-tone interior
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Porsche Cayenne GTS 4.0 interior
GTS © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne PCM screen
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2018/2019 Porsche Cayenne E-hybrid centre console display
Hybrid © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne touchscreen
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2018 Porsche Cayenne touchscreen
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2018 Porsche Cayenne volume button
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2018 Porsche Cayenne shift lever
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2018 Porsche Cayenne center console, shift lever
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2018 Porsche Cayenne 2-tone dashboard
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe interior
Coupé © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe interior
Coupé © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne GTS 4.0 interior
GTS © Porsche
Cayenne aluminium rhombus interior trim
Aluminium rhombus trim © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne Turbo 4.0 seats
The front seats in the V8 version have integrated headrests, typical to sports cars © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe interior, seats
Coupé © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne interior
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2018 Porsche Cayenne rear seat
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2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe with cloth rear seat centres
The Coupé is designed as a 4-seater, but the rear middle seating pad, headrest and safety belt can be ordered for free (the backrest for the middle seat remains as seen on the photo) © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe rear seats
Rear seats in the Coupé are placed 1.2"/30 mm lower in order to leave enough headroom © Porsche
Cayenne rear door curtain
Optional rear door curtains © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe interior, seat backrests, glass roof
Coupé © Porsche
Cayenne rear AC controls
Controls of the optional rear air conditioning system © Porsche
2018 Porsche Cayenne rear seat
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2018 Porsche Cayenne trunk
The luggage compartment is now 770 litres (+100) even with the rear seats up © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe wheels 20-21
Wheels: 20" Cayenne Design, 20" Cayenne Sport, 21" Cayenne Turbo, 21" Cayenne Turbo Design Platinum© Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe wheels 21-22
Wheels: 21" RS Spyder Design, 22" RS Spyder Design, 22" 911 Turbo Design, 22" GT Design © Porsche
2019/2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Exclusive wheels 21-22
Wheels: 21" Cayenne Exclusive Design, 22" Cayenne Sport Classic, 22" Cayenne Sport Classic Platinum, 22" Cayenne Sport Classic Black © Porsche
Brake discs Cayenne  Cayenne Hybrid  Cayenne S  GTS  Turbo, PSCB  Turbo S Hybrid, PCCB
Front, mm350360390390415440
Rear, mm330358330358365410

2018 Porsche Cayenne LED matrix headlights explained
This is how the LED matrix headlamps work - they do not blind the driver in the car in front, nor the driver of the approaching car© Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0 Intersection Assistant
Intersection Assistant© Porsche
Cayenne 9Y0 Turbo 3.0 power graph
As can be seen, the peak power is cut away with chip programming above 250 kW (the same engine develops 260 kW in Audi S5)© Porsche

Cayenne S 9Y0 Turbo 2.9 power graph
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Cayenne 9Y0 Turbo 4.0 power graph
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2020 Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid power and torque graph
Turbo S E-Hybrid © Porsche
Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-hybrid logo on engine
Logo on the engine© Porsche

Article © Stuttcars.com


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