Porsche is all set to give its famous Cayenne Sports Utility Vehicle a mild redesign, which will include new engine choices and redesigned styling. According to the sources, the Cayenne facelift was caught undergoing final testing in Europe, which will be unveiled soon. The engineering vehicle was wearing stickers over its tail and headlamps to disguise their new look; however didn’t hide its new look front bumper which borrows styling cues from the recently launched Macan with redesigned LED daytime running lights, smaller side intakes with air fences and a wider grille.
The interior of Porsche Cayenne is also expected to feature some minor styling upgrades as well as extra features; nonetheless the biggest changes will likely be reserved for what’s beneath the hood. The automaker is expected to drop the Macan Turbo’s twin turbocharged 3.0 liter V6 engine into the lineup, potentially as a replacement for the 4.8 liter V8 naturally aspirated, which churns out similar amount of power in the mid-spec Cayenne S.
Until then, Porsche is expected to maintain the rest of the existing Cayenne range, which currently starts at $100,2000 plus on-road costs for the base Cayenne and tops out at $259,600 plus on-road costs for the epic 405kW Turbo S.