Porsche is currently applying the final strokes to its third-gen 2018 Porsche Cayenne. That’s the next intriguing chapter in the German marque’s short but crucial SUV history.
The company’s huge efforts in the 4×4 market have appeared to be quite controversial for fans of the brand, though they have provided the sports car maker with substantial cash flow.
The next 2018 Porsche Cayenne will make the most of the Volkswagen Group’s MLB Evo architecture, just like other top notch SUVs from the group, including the Audi Q7 as well as Bentley Bentayga.
The brand new platform turns to be lighter than the one utilized on the current Cayenne, and if the car maker combines it with lightweight new materials, including aluminum, it could potentially shave approximately 100kg off the current vehicle’s kerbweight, thus making it better to drive and drastically improving fuel economy in the process.
Unlike the exterior, the cabin will face a bunch of revolutionary changes. Well, in the Cayenne we can expect to notice the digital dash as well as centre console design from the new Panamera feature. Customers generally expect to see haptic feedback controls, high-resolution displays, not to mention improved connected services.