The contours of the front section draw the eye, reflecting the car’s excellent dynamics at first glance. The elongated bonnet is clearly reminiscent of Porsche racecars from the 1960s. The front wheel arches are extremely well defined, while the ‘power-domed’ bonnet further underlines the sheer power and resolution within – this is particularly dominant on the Cayenne Turbo. Other distinguishing features include the visibly drawn-in flanks.
The profile is sharper and exudes eagerness and determination.
The muscular rear wheel arches are typical of a sports car, while the contoured roof spoiler pays homage to the Carrera GT. Further proof of how harmoniously our performance concept has been integrated into our design philosophy – across the entire model range.
The tapered rear screen and streamlined rear section underline the pronounced wheel arches – for a typically distinctive rear view.
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