New high-spec Porsche Cayenne is revealed to an American audience for the first time
14 January 2014

A special edition Porsche Cayenne has been shown to an American audience for the first time at the Detroit motor show

The Porsche Cayenne Platinum Edition is based on the standard Cayenne and Cayenne Diesel models. Porsche says the special edition offers “many of the most-requested options as standard”.

It features platinum metallic exterior accents and 19in alloy wheels. A Black Luxor Beige cabin specific to the Platinum Edition. Partial leather trim is standard, while full leather is available as an option.

The model features standard-fit power steering plus, Bose audio, Porsche Communication Management, power memory seats and a moonroof.

In the UK, the Cayenne Platinum Edition is priced at £49,017, while the diesel variant costs. £49,584.

Our Verdict

Porsche Cayenne

Even those who don't love the Porsche Cayenne should be impressed by its dynamic ability

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