The Cayenne Turbo is a special, albeit expensive machine. Its handling and poise are never compromised and it feels truly special to drive, somehow shrinking around the driver and proving more agile than you’d expect. Still, things can improve even further if you opt for ceramic brakes or rear-axle steering. Despite its focus on performance, a number of luxury features like heated front and rear seats and adaptive air suspension make this a particularly well-rounded offering. It has its areas that it needs to work on, namely more standard features and perhaps better space management, but for drivers and passengers, there’s nothing better.
Head-Up Display, Night Vision Assist, Front & Rear ParkAssist w/Surround View, Porsche InnoDrive w/Adaptive Cruise Control
Ambient Lighting, Front Seat Ventilation, LED-Matrix Headlights w/PDLS+, camera based detection of vehicles ahead and oncoming traffic, intelligent dimming of individual segments of the permanent main cone, segment specific dimming of reflective traffic signs, electronically controlled cornering lights, navigation-data-based Intersection Assistant and 4-point lighting design including dipped beam, Comfort Access, 4-Zone Climate Control, Lane Change Assist (LCA)