2021 Porsche Cayenne offers notable changes from the last models, with new versions of the model. One of the most significant novelties is a new electric engine, that is not common in crossovers and improvements in technology. Along with that come changes in the cabin and redesigned chassis shape.
- The model has an impressive electric engine.
- There are changes in suspension that allows driving on rough terrain.
- The model has not been changed in the cabin.
- The price is too high for the class.
Although the design is not significantly changed, 2021 Porsche Cayenne has essential changes in the safety and control functions. Thanks to the improved suspensions, braking control is much better, and the model is not only for city driving anymore.
It has many more similarities with the Toyota RAV4 than before. Mostly thanks to the roughness and capability of driving on rough terrains. There are more substantial wheels, too, with a slightly rounded rear end, so the model still offers soft and gentle design for younger buyers and fans.
As the opposite of the exterior design, the cabin in 2021 Porsche Cayenne looks a little traditionally. It has beautiful dark brown leather on the seats and dashboard, but the edges and lines are a bit sharp for the SUV like this. The model has modern technology, controlled by perfectly designed buttons and commands.
The basic version of 2021 Porsche Cayenne gets a trustworthy and robust 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with 541 horsepower. Supported by an electric motor that produces 134 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, it creates a hybrid engine with 670 horsepower and 663 pound-feet of torque.
The new engine can increase the speed of 60 mph for only 3.6 seconds. Especially impressive is the electric 14.1-kWh battery that could drive 2.4 hours per charge.
2021 Porsche Cayenne Release Date and Price
Currently, Porsche works on new technology that should improve driving performance and safety. According to the manufacturer, it should be able to have better control while driving on fog and rain.
Thanks to the individual sensors, new models from Porsche will be able to stop the car on time and improve control. The technology called TriEye is only one of the novelties that new cars in this factory get. As we concerned, they are working on the technology that drives the vehicle without the driver, so this is only an addition.
Unfortunately, we are not sure that a new 2021 Porsche Cayenne will get this fantastic system this time, but it will be improved with one of those devices in the future.
When it comes to the price, there is no much difference between a hybrid and a coupe model. The standard coupe model should cost around $165,000, while the electric version of it requires only a few dollars less.