Porsche Reveals Platinum Edition Cayenne

Special Edition

And you thought the Cayenne was already too expensive.

Just as Porsche’s all-new Macan small SUV has its official unveiling, the German brand doesn’t want us to forget about its larger Cayenne, a model that has earned boat loads of cash for those happy faces at Stuttgart. Presenting the Platinum Edition specifically for Cayenne six-cylinder gasoline and diesel-engined models. The Platinum Edition distinguishes itself with the lateral and central air intake grill fins, side window strips, rear spoiler lip and trim strip painted in Platinum Silver Metallic.

Exterior color choices include black and white, Meteor Gray Metallic, Basalt Black Metallic, Mahogany Metallic and Carrera White Metallic. 19-inch wheels come standard. The interior comes only in a Black/Luxor Beige two-tone combo along with partial leather seats (full leather is optional), and a "Platinum Edition" logo on the front door entry guards. Also standard is Porsche’s Communication Management System with Nav, seven-inch touchscreen and 11-speaker sound system. Pricing starts at €66,379 for the gas inline-six and €67,212 for the diesel. Deliveries are set to begin in January. No word yet on whether it’ll be available outside of Europe.

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