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by Matt Brogan

Porsche’s all-new Cayenne, set to arrive in local showrooms from late July, will offer more standard equipment, sportier performance and fuel consumption improvements as high as 23 per cent.

The new Cayenne will see a price increase of roughly one per cent over the existing model, despite now including added standard features of almost $12,000 value.

The five-model line-up will consist initially of the new Porsche V6 Cayenne S Hybrid, Porsche V8 Cayenne S, and twin-tubrocharged Porsche V8 Cayenne Turbo. The Porsche V6 Cayenne diesel- and petrol-powered variants will follow in late August.

“From a design, engineering and sporty driving point of view we’ve made a great car even better,” says Porsche Cars Australian Managing Director, Michael Winkler.

“To showcase our hybrid technology and add more equipment across the model range to improve the price-value relationship is also extremely positive.”

The new Porsche V6 Cayenne S Hybrid is priced from $159,900* and has fuel consumption in the new European Driving Cycle of 8.2L/100km. CO2 emissions are just 193g/km.


  • Porsche V6 Cayenne (petrol) $103,500*
  • Porsche V6 Cayenne (diesel) $104,500*
  • Porsche V8 Cayenne S (petrol) $147,900*
  • Porsche V6 Cayenne S (hybrid) $159,900*
  • Porsche V8 Cayenne Turbo (petrol) $239,900*

*Pricing is a guide as recommended to us by the manufacturer and does not include dealer delivery, on-road and statutory charges.