Of course, there’s more than just raw power to making a sports car out of an SUV. Both Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid models will get adaptive air suspension as standard, with independent control over the compression and rebound settings thanks to a two-chamber, two-valve design. Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) is also standard, while Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) and rear-axle steering are available as options.
On the performance side, then, the most aggressive of the 2024 Cayenne models should ride flatter and handle better in Sport Plus mode. Twist the dial to Comfort, however, and Porsche promises a more relaxing ride than in the old Cayenne with the previous generation of suspension.
For the moment, Porsche doesn’t have a fully electric version of the Cayenne in its line-up. That, we’ll have to wait a few more years for. However, this new Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid SUV and Coupe join the 2024 Cayenne E-Hybrid, which combines a V6 turbo engine with an electric motor.