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Old 25th July 2008, 10:20   #16
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Some more images of Cayenne.
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The butt looks ugly !
Looks like they are going imitating the X6 rear styling.
Exactly what I thought seeing this thread ! But see how beautiful the X6 really is !! As someone said Porsche designer guy has ran over a frog and got hypnotized big time !!
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Old 9th September 2008, 21:16   #19
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Next generation Porsche Cayenne video.
I came across the video of Porsche Cayenne.
Next Generation Porsche Cayenne Spied on Video

The video is on the link provided.

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The demand in full size SUVs is dropping with many consumers heading for the smaller, more fuel efficient models. A fact that nearly fooled the world into thinking a smaller Roxster model was set to be launched beneath the Cayenne in the Porsche portfolio, it later turned out that the smaller prototype spotted that had a similar wheelbase to the Audi Q5 was in fact the next generation Cayenne.

The drop in size should also see a range of more fuel efficient engines enter the fray, we should also see both a hybrid and a diesel variant enter the line-up as well.

It is expected to be launched towards the end of 2010 as Porsche executives use their ever increasing control on Volkswagen to move their own products forward at a faster pace, despite it hindering the development of future Volkswagen and Audi vehicles.
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Mark I was ugly. Mark II looks like an overgrown frog with warts on its rear. Best viewed from the side.
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I hate the porsches because they say all new and the all new is nothing new in the car
And if in any case it is, the all new is so bad that i would not like to call it all new
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whatever the case might be, its still the largest selling petrol suv.
and now even better things for future, most importantly the audi diesel engine.
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Some speculated images.
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Rendered Speculation: 2011 Porsche Cayenne - worldcarfans

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Speculation, speculation, speculation, well, it's always nice to dream.

As in, what would your perfect Cayenne look like?

It may look like this.

These artist's rendering are based on spy shots of the next-generation Cayenne Porsche currently has in development.

It seems the Cayenne is getting smaller and going more...wagon-ly. Or as the French like to call it, break. Or, to use BMW's nomenclature, touring. Wait, why are the words always in English but each country has its own terms for things? Weird.

The Cayenne seems to have a more sloping windshield and sits lower to the ground. Its horizontal lines make it friendly looking, with a more pronounced downward slope towards the front end.

This Cayenne also looks more agile and you can expect an improved performance in the next generation.

Porsche says it wants the next Cayenne to be more fuel-efficient and plans on offering a diesel and as well as a hybrid version. Already a current-generation Cayenne hybrid is expected next year along with a diesel too. Each will be a first for the up until now exclusively petrol/gasoline Porsche brand.

There are no confirmed details yet on which engines will power the next-generation Cayenne.

The one thing we can really be sure about is that the next Cayenne will make the streets by 2010.
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Old 30th December 2008, 10:54   #24
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Some more updates.
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New 2011 Porsche Cayenne Interior Spied - worldcarfans

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Could a new Porsche Cayenne interior be on the way? These spy photos taken near The Ring seem to say a new interior is likely. However, with a face lifted version of the luxury SUV released recently, when will this new interior appear?

Porsche has two new Cayenne trim models scheduled to come out before 2010, which might inspire the German automaker to freshen up the insides. A hybrid version is expected sometime next year, and a diesel version with Audi's 3.0-lite V6 has also been announced for 2009. Either of these releases could be enough of an excuse to release the SUV in '09 with new innards.

Porsche will also release the next generation Cayenne within two years. This new interior could likely be a part of the 2nd generation Porsche Cayenne, to appear in mid-2010.

This interior differs from the current Cayenne interior in several ways. A longer center console (which is also raised higher) is marked by a better-placed gear shifter that is easier for the driver to reach. Switches and buttons line each side of the shift lever similar to those seen in Porsche Panamera interior spy photos. The multi-function Porsche Communication Management touchscreen, with Bluetooth, Sat-Nav and satellite radio option, looks to be the same system currently available. Climate control seems to be just below the PCM. Hopefully, Porsche keeps the Universal Audio Interface, which would likely be located around the driver's right elbow.

A more "normal" three point steering wheel, instead of the currently available triangle-in-the-circle wheel, is used on this mule.
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The new Porsche Panamera has inspired the interior of the upcoming 2011 Cayenne. These new spy pictures of the Porsche SUV driving up some mountains do not show a great deal of interior as previously spied, apart from the sporty Recaro race seats, but a previous spy video gave us a good look at the vehicle in action. This time our spies were not able to get close enough to the car to take more interior shots even though the doors were open.

The exterior was more camera-friendly in this instance. The shape of the rear lights for instance, shows more detail. Porsche seems to have stuck to its evolution styling philosophy and has kept the Cayenne largely as it currently is. But the look is now sleeker and appears more aerodynamic.

Engines for the 2011 Cayenne are not yet known. However, the Panamera provides some clues as to powerplants that could be shared between the two vehicles. One such motor is the 4.8-litre V8 that makes 400hp (294kW). Another is the Volkswagen Group's V6 TDI (good for emissions ratings) with 550Nm of torque. Porsche is also going into hybrids, so both Panamera and Cayenne II are primed for that powertrain. Power will be sourced from the 3.0-litre supercharged Audi engine while the electric motor will be run by a 38kW battery.

Source: 2011 Porsche Cayenne Spied in the Mountains - Worldcarfans
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Super ugly and disgusting. Looks like a beetle upgraded by some wacky workshop. Horrible. Saw a thread of Ferrari making Suvs, what if Ferrari is playing a game like coke did with thumps up. (off topic) but looks awful.
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why does porsche gets it wrong with cayenne everytime.the first time they came out with the cayenne i thought ok every team has its down..but i never knew the worse was yet to come,made something ugly,uglier.
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Old 2nd June 2009, 22:01   #28
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Some Update.
Source : 2011 Porsche Cayenne Spied in the Mountains - Worldcarfans

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The new Porsche Panamera has inspired the interior of the upcoming 2011 Cayenne. These new spy pictures of the Porsche SUV driving up some mountains do not show a great deal of interior as previously spied, apart from the sporty Recaro race seats, but a previous spy video gave us a good look at the vehicle in action. This time our spies were not able to get close enough to the car to take more interior shots even though the doors were open.

The exterior was more camera-friendly in this instance. The shape of the rear lights for instance, shows more detail. Porsche seems to have stuck to its evolution styling philosophy and has kept the Cayenne largely as it currently is. But the look is now sleeker and appears more aerodynamic.

Engines for the 2011 Cayenne are not yet known. However, the Panamera provides some clues as to powerplants that could be shared between the two vehicles. One such motor is the 4.8-litre V8 that makes 400hp (294kW). Another is the Volkswagen Group's V6 TDI (good for emissions ratings) with 550Nm of torque. Porsche is also going into hybrids, so both Panamera and Cayenne II are primed for that powertrain. Power will be sourced from the 3.0-litre supercharged Audi engine while the electric motor will be run by a 38kW battery.
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Found out the new set of next generation Porsche Cayenne spy shots.

Source : 2011 Porsche Cayenne most revealing spy photos yet - Worldcarfans

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The Porsche 911 ultimately defined the Porsche look. But these days it seems the Panamera is the one taking this design language forward. Seen here are the latest and clearest spy pictures of the upcoming 2011 Cayenne yet.

The only parts that are fully covered are the front and rear ends but happily the protruding headlights are fully-Panamera compliant. The rear lights are new and so is the third window, taped up as it is. While the Cayenne is still an SUV it looks more compact now perhaps as a response to the general auto industry trend of sizing down.

Porsche has been testing the vehicle over many different parts and surfaces, even going as far as putting it on the Nürburgring. After all, it still is a Porsche and as such is expected to handle a certain way. Plans are to make it lighter and more fuel efficient. The current model features a turbo diesel motor as one of its engines so that idea should carry into the next model. A Cayenne hybrid version is in the cards too.

Production is scheduled to begin in 2010 with the first customer deliveries to take place later in the year. A production version is sure to be exhibited during one of the major international shows, including Los Angeles.

In the following image, I am able to see another car that is camouflaged. I am not able to make out which car it is. May be somebody can pinpoint on which car it is.
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In my opinion the rear of this new generation Cayenne is really ugly. The current gen looks much better.

And for some reason it doesn't seem to look like the beast it did before. Looks more like the Q7 now, like a station wagon.
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