The base Cayenne costs $61,650 (all prices include the $1,050 destination charge) and is powered by a 300-hp, 3.6-liter V6 engine. The motor is paired to an eight-speed gearbox with auto start-stop. All-wheel drive is standard thanks to PTM.
Standard exterior features on the Cayenne include: Bi-Xenon headlights, LED taillights, fog lights, a power liftgate, heated exterior mirrors, and 18-inch alloy wheels. On the inside, the SUV comes with climate control, eight-way adjustable seats, a split-folding seat bench, and a multifunction sports steering wheel.
Porsche offers some of the most optional features on its vehicles. Consumers have the ability to cater the vehicle to their liking down to the color of the seat belts. For consumers looking to make the decisions a little easier, the automaker offers there major packages on the Cayenne.
The Premium Package ($5,700) brings power steering plus, front and rear park assist with a reversing camera, Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), auto-dimming mirrors, an electric slide/tilt moonroof, 14-way power seats with memory, as well as heated and ventilated front seats. The Comfort Lighting Package – normally an extra $330 – is also included with the bundle and adds LED reading lights, an additional power socket for passengers in the back, LED ambient lighting, and more courtesy lights on the exterior mirrors.
The Premium Package Plus ($9,100) includes everything from the Premium Package, but brings heated rear seats, PDLS Plus, Porsche entry and drive, a power sunblind for rear side windows, and lane change assist.
Lastly, the Sport Package ($5,590) makes the Cayenne, well, sportier. The Sport Chrono Package, which is usually an additional $780, is standard and brings a performance display and an analog timer to the SUV. An air suspension system with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) is included, as is a sport exhaust system.