The images are generated based on a series of spy photos that have shown up in recent times.
More of the car was also recently captured on camera.
Once again the Cayenne will be the first of the three new SUVs with a release date of about the first half of 2010. Its cheaper brother, the Touareg, isn’t due to make an appearance until late 2010 at the earliest.
Germany’s Automobilwoche magazine reports that Porsche boss Wendelin Wiedeking is using his ever increasing control stake of the VW Group to rush projects that would favour Porsche, even if it disadvantages parent company Volkswagen.
Audi, meanwhile, isn’t expected to replace its relatively new Q7 SUV with a new model until 2013.
The new Cayenne will address fuel efficiency issues with a hybrid and diesel model in the line-up.