New 2024 Porsche Cayenne Coupe – Exterior, Interior and Driving. There’s an all-electric Cayenne in the works, scheduled for release sometime in 2026, which means we’ll have to make do with the current generation for a bit longer. But thanks to a comprehensive refresh — inside and out — there’s still something to get excited about the current generation Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe, including the return of the V8 to the Cayenne S.
The other big change you’ll find is inside the Cayenne, with an interior that takes inspiration from the Taycan. There’s a 10.9-inch passenger display available, while the center console has been decluttered by relocating the gear leaver to the dashboard. There are still a decent amount of physical buttons inside, which is heartening to see, including a clicky volume knob.
Outside, the 2024 Porsche Cayenne features changes to almost every exterior panel. But being able to pinpoint exactly what has been tweaked could prove to be a little challenging, with the facelift being more evolutionary than revolutionary.
The headlights have been reprofiled, losing the teardrop effect for a more squarish approach. The front bumper is less “smiley,” and the front fenders and hood are both redesigned to make the car look, according to Porsche, “more athletic.” Moving towards the back, we find new taillights which appear to sweep the breadth of the tailgate, again borrowing the design language employed in the Taycan.
For 2024 there are three new colors, including Algarve Blue Metallic, Montego Blue Metallic, and Arctic Grey. Additionally, there’s a new range of rim designs on offer, from 20 to 22-inch options.
All engine variants on offer have got a mild power increase for the new model year, from the base single turbo 3.0-liter V6, to the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine of the Turbo GT. The biggest news is that the Cayenne S ditches the twin-turbo V6 of the outgoing model for a newly refined twin-turbo V8, with a power bump of 34 hp (34 PS / 25 kW) and with 37 lb.-ft (50 Nm) extra torque for a total of 468 hp (474 PS / 349 kW) and 442 lb.-ft (599 Nm) The new engine shaves the 0–60 mph (0–96 km/h) time from 4.6 seconds to a BMW XM-worrying 4.4 seconds (both times with the Sport Chrono package), while the top speed of the Cayenne S is limited to 169 mph (270 km/h).
The standard single-turbo V6 engine on the entry-level Cayenne outputs 348 hp (353 PS / 260 kW) and 368 lb.-ft (499 Nm), which is 13 hp (13 PS / 10 kW) and 36 lb.-ft (49 Nm) more than before. The same engine sees duty as the ICE component of the E-Hybrid model. In addition to the uprated engine, the hybrid has a larger high-voltage battery, with its capacity increasing from 17.9 kWh to 25.9 kWh. The combined output of the E-Hybrid is 463 hp (469 PS / 345 kW).
Lastly, the twin-turbo V8 engine of the Turbo GT, which remains the flagship of the line and is only available in the coupe body style, outputs 650 hp (659 PS / 484 kW), with a top speed of 189 mph (302 km/h) and a 0–60 mph (0–96 km/h) time of 3.1 seconds.
Also found under the skin is a refreshed suspension system for the 2024 Cayenne. Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) now comes as standard, while upgraded shocks feature across the range. Porsche claims that these new two-valve shocks are optimized for all driving situations. They feature separate rebound and compression stages, translating into a better ride at slower speeds and improved handling during aggressive cornering. Air suspension remains an option, with 2024’s model featuring its own revisions to improve it.
While the 2024 Porsche Cayenne seems to be much improved in many areas, there’s one element that we’re sure not everyone will appreciate — the starting price. For the new model year, the cost of entry has risen from an MSRP of $72,200 to $79,200.
Porsche argues that they’re offering a lot of tech as standard from this year, including Matrix LED headlights, PASM, and a bevy of active safety options. But all models see a jump in price. The Cayenne E-Hybrid is up from $86,500 to $91,700 (Coupe priced at $95,700), while the Cayenne S jumps from $90,900 to $95,700 ($102,100 for the Coupe). If money is no object, then the Cayenne Turbo GT has an MSRP of $196,300, which is up from $188,700.
Exterior & Interior (E-Hybrid Coupe) 00:00
Driving & Exhaust Sound (E-Hybrid Coupe) 00:27
Exterior & Interior (S Coupé) 01:23
Driving at night (E-Hybrid Coupe) 03:34
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