Under the hood, the German automaker will continue to offer a wide range of gasoline and diesel engines, as well as a plug-in hybrid variant. It’s a possibility Porsche may give this iteration an all-electric version. Look for the new Porsche Cayenne to make its debut in late 2017 as a 2018 model year.
When the design is concerned, Porsche will follow the idea of evolution instead of a revolution, because there’s no point in changing a formula that already works. As you can see, the fenders of this model have been pumped up a bit, while the front and the rear are expected to get other changes that cannot be seen on these two cars.
With Alfa Romeo taking the Nurburgring SUV crown with the Stelvio Quadrifoglio, Porsche will likely want to reclaim the title with the range-topping Cayenne Turbo S due to arrive quite possibly in 2018. Also that year, Lamborghini will (finally) launch the Urus shaping up to be the fastest, most powerful SUV ever.