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2018 Porsche Cayenne New Model Features, As you can see, the new exterior styling echoes today’s model, but that’s not too bad at all. The crossover looks really attractive and we are pretty sure it’s going to be even more popular than its predecessor, simply because it will be a far better option. The 2018 Porsche Cayenne will be lighter and more rigid thanks to a new architecture.

2018 Porsche Cayenne Model Features

The MLB Evo platform will do the job by implementing plenty of aluminum, high-strength steel, and some carbon fiber. Plus, the SUV will significantly improve driving dynamics and performance. Of course, since it will be around 220 pounds lights, the gorgeous high-riding car will also boost fuel economy numbers.Even though it features evolutionary design, the 2018 Cayenne gets some new things. In the front, the SUV sports a big mouth, which seems to us like they are still not done. This clamshell hood is something we saw already.

2018 Porsche Cayenne Redesign

However, it’s has been stolen from the smaller Macan SUV. On the other hand, rooflines, windows behind the rear doors, and rear hatch are totally new here. Inside, the redesigned Cayenne gets “Panamera” treatment. Well, the dashboard and systems are identical, but rest of the car is different.

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2018 Porsche Cayenne More Features New Model, As you can see, the front-end styling sports most of the exterior changes. The carmaker added a new, dominant grille, so the overall front end looks like it’s actually wider. The all-new Cayenne didn’t steal Macan’s clamshell hood as we expected, but it borrowed both head- and taillights. In addition, new rooflines seem to be more dynamic, while the massive rear bumper features expected dual quad pipes.

2018 Porsche Cayenne Features

Inside, the 2018 Porsche Cayenne looks pretty much the same as the new Panamera. Okay, it’s not exactly the same, but the dashboard seems to be pulled off from the amazing sedan. That’s not the worst thing here. No, the dash is entirely touch-based, which is a trend, but it’s not the best possible solution (at least we don’t like it).

We can’t really say whether the SUV features better of worst seats or more or less space, simply because we haven’t sat inside, but the leather treatment is obvious. Plus, the overall cab design is boosted with wood details.

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