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Porsche Cayenne SUV Gets A Driver Focused Interior

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Ahead of its debut at the Shanghai Auto Show on April 18, Porsche has taken the wraps off the interiors of the facelifted Cayenne SUV.

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Now aiming to provide an "even more intense driving experience" the Cayenne features a revamped cockpit inspired by the Taycan.

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This can be seen with the entirety of the dashboard being dominated by three screens - a 12.6-inch curved instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch infotainment system and an optional 10.9-inch interface for the passenger.

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The latter of the lot is designed in a way that’ll be completely invisible to the driver and will allow the passenger to adjust the navigation and media settings.

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Other highlights include wireless phone charging, Siri voice control, four USB-C fast charging ports and also a new video streaming service.

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Porsche claims the new Cayenne is been developed from scratch, with extensive tests underway in Asia, Africa, Europe and North America, covering a total distance of nearly 400,000 kilometres.

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Considering we do get the pre-facelift model here, Porsche India is expected to bring the updated Cayenne to our shores post its global launch.

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