Porsche’s edgy Cayenne may be a sedan, but don’t let that fool you: It’s got plenty of oomph under the hood.
The Porsche Cayenne is as opulent as a luxury SUV comes, adorned with luxurious appointments that you know you want.
The Cayenne brings Porsche’s grand vision of a luxury SUV to life with plenty to love and lots of speed.
An ideal blend of performance and utility, the 2014 Porsche Cayenne wears the Porsche badge proudly and is sure to please in all driving aspects.
Now available in a GTS (420 hp) and Diesel (240 hp) trim, the 2013 Porsche Cayenne is a mid-size luxury SUV available in Hybrid and Turbo trim levels.
A mid-size luxury SUV, the Porsche Cayenne offers a versatile line up, including turbo and hybrid trim levels.
A mid-size luxury SUV, the 2011 Porsche Cayenne is a sport inspired SUV that pushes the boundaries and performs beyond expectations.
A luxury sports SUV, the 2010 Porsche Cayenne ranges from a fun 290 hp V6 to a monstrous 550 hp Turbo S version, also there is a new limited edition S Transsyberia version for 2010.
A five-passenger luxury SUV, the 2009 Porsche Cayenne is not your usual sport utility, as it is packed with performance and handling that set it apart.
New engines and a slight exterior freshening up are in effect for the luxury sports SUV, the 2008 Porsche Cayenne, which adds the new GTS trim to the lineup.
A luxury sports SUV that is equally at home blasting down the highway or through the desert, the 2006 Porsche Cayenne is now available in the powerful Turbo S version which pumps out 520 hp.
The 2005 Porsche Cayenne is a luxury sports SUV that is a powerful performance vehicle both on the road and off of it.
A luxury sports SUV, the five-passenger 2004 Porsche Cayenne is offered in three very different trims; a 247 hp V6, a 340 hp V8, and a 450 hp turbocharged V8.
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In 2003, Porsche got on the SUV bandwagon and introduced the Cayenne luxury SUV crossover. It featured a powerful V8 engine with optional active suspension and real sports-like performance. The 2004 Cayenne now offered a V6 engine option for buyers. Porsche added the hill-holder clutch, a powered liftgate, updated and body-colored fascias and optional panoramic sunroof for 2005. The wheels were also widened, the climate control system was updated and the front airbags were upgraded. They Cayenne saw no changes in 2006 and skipped a model year in 2007. It returned in 2008 with more powerful engine options, a new GTS trim level, new tail lights, a slightly revised frontend and a shuffling of addable options.
The Turbo S was added back to the lineup in 2009, offering 550 horses. Meanwhile, Bluetooth and iPod integration were added to the touchscreen, alongside a suite of newly available options. Several new colors and the special edition Cayenne S Transsyberia and the Cayenne GTS Porsche Design Edition 3 trims were added for 2010. An all-new design was rolled out for 2011 with a new Hybrid model. The Cayenne got a new blind-spot warning system in 2012 with minor changes made to optional packages. The Cayenne Diesel was added to the lineup in 2013, and an analog clock was made standard on the dashboard. The Turbo S and Platinum Edition, each which offered 550 horsepower, debuted in 2014.