As the current flagship of the Cayenne line-up (a Turbo S or S E-Hybrid aren’t unlikely future propositions), the Turbo requires a suitably large financial commitment from potential new owners: £99,291, to be precise, or £1279.57 per month on contract hire. And those sums come before options.

Our test car included, among other features, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (£2315), PCCB (£4217), PTV Plus (£1052), black roof rails (£413) and a two-tone leather interior (£422). All up, the additional kit fitted to it cost an extra £15,269. Still, rivals have the ability to be just as expensive: a Range Rover Sport SVR starts at £101,145.

Richard Lane

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Cayenne Turbo performs very well next to similarly priced rivals, retaining 60% after three years and 36,000 miles

At least the Porsche should fare relatively well in terms of depreciation. Our experts predict that, after 36,000 miles and three years of ownership, the Cayenne will still be worth 60% of its original asking price. The Range Rover Sport is tipped to retain 55% of its value.

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