Porsche’s upcoming Cayenne has entered the final stretch of testing ahead of its reveal this spring.
First launched in 2017, the third-generation Cayenne has now received various ‘far-reaching’ changes to its powertrain, chassis and equipment levels to improve it for the new version.
Ralf Bosch, test manager, said: “We’re subjecting the new Cayenne to a complete and comprehensive testing program, just as if it we’d developed it from scratch.”
The revised Cayenne is set to debut a range of new features, too, including a new semi-active chassis setup and high-definition Matrix LED headlights. Porsche says that drivers and passengers will be able to use a new ‘extensively digitalised display’ which will incorporate a range of new connectivity functions.