2022 Porsche Cayenne restyling spied again


A prototype of 2022 Porsche Cayenne the wagon was spied, this time without camouflage on the taillights.

Previous prototypes have been spied on with old ones cayenne pepper taillights or mock prototypes that were just for looks.

The rear of the restored prototype features a light bar similar to the current model and its own linear signatures for the LED daytime running lights and brake lights.

There is some duct tape covering the center section of the rear light bar to make it look like the current model, but it looks like it will have the same width across the entire rear fascia.

The rest of the prototype Cayenne tank is disguised as seen previously, and our spy photographers expect this most likely won’t change before the reveal.

On the front are smaller and thinner headlights than the current Cayenne with camouflage foil to make it look like the existing model.

The prototype’s front bumper has a slightly different bottom section where the fog lights and air intakes are located than the existing Cayenne front bumper, which separates the two in different cutouts.

Our spy photographer previously noted that the license plate has been moved lower than the existing model which has the license plate higher under the light bar.

The location of this license plate is similar to that of the existing Cayenne Coupe, which lowered it near the rear diffuser.

Along with these exterior changes, our spy photographers have previously captured photos of the new dashboard and center console design.

A previously spied restored Cayenne prototype had a digital instrument cluster with no analog tachometer in the center.

Currently, the Taycan is the only car in the Porsche range without analog tachometer with the current Cayenne, Panamera Other 911 with variations of the brand’s classic five-quadrant design.

In the picture: Interior of the Porsche Cayenne restyled prototype

Porsche 718 Other Macan the models instead have a three-quadrant configuration.

Drawing inspiration from the 992 generation 911 sports car, an earlier Cayenne prototype boasted a razor-style shift-by-wire shift selector (similar to the current Volkswagen Golf Other Skoda Octavia) with a new arrangement for the air conditioning controls.

The current Cayenne has a 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, and it’s unclear whether or not the new infotainment system screen will be larger in the refurbished model.

Porsche has already announced that it will update its infotainment system to include wired Android Auto, which will be featured on the revamped Cayenne.

The current generation of Cayenne debuted at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, which suggests a mid-cycle upgrade is expected to be expected sometime in late 2021 or early 2022.

Along with this Cayenne wagon prototype, a coupe prototype counterpart with its steeply sloping tailgate was also spotted.

At this stage there was no information on any changes to the powertrain for restyling, but Porsche revealed a more exciting look Cayenne Turbo GT variant that rivals the Audi RSQ8 Other Lamborghini Urus.

A coupe-only offering, it will be in Australia during the fourth quarter of 2021, priced at $ 336,100 before road costs.

It received a power boost to its 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 and now delivers 471 kW of power and 850 Nm of torque. At full speed you will do 300 km / h.

Power is transmitted to all four wheels through a faster-shifting eight-speed torque converter transmission, and Porsche has added a new water cooler to the transfer case to keep it from overheating when you’re really pushing.

It also has a lightweight titanium exhaust system and the middle silencer is missing, so it should make a little more noise.

This warmer model not only receives powertrain modifications, but sits 17mm lower than the regular Turbo, and the air suspension is up to 15% stiffer than before.

There is a unique melody for the adaptive dampers, anti-roll system and power steering as well.

Porsche says the nose has been reworked to turn more decisively, with more aggressive torque vectoring and 0.45 degrees of extra negative front camber combined with 22-inch gold wheels wrapped in unique Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires.

Behind those wheels, which borrow a lot from the design mounted on the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, are hiding monstrous carbon ceramic brakes.

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