Spy Shots: 2015 Porsche Cayenne Caught Testing on the Open Road
We are still awaiting our first "official" peek at the Porsche Macan, but all of the spy shots have pretty much given all of its details away. For 2015, it looks as if Porsche is preparing to debut another SUV in the form of a revised Cayenne. We don’t expect this to be a complete overhaul, but we do expect it to receive a healthy and much needed facelift.
The 2015 Cayenne, which we expect to see hit the show circuit sometime in 2014, will carry a nearly identical design as the Macan. The most notable of similarities, at least according to the spy shots, are the taillights. Much like its little brother — the Macan — the Cayenne has some stickers shaped just like the current Cayenne’s taillight covering up the revised taillights. What is it with VW products and wearing pasties over the goodies?
We anticipate the 2015 Cayenne to carry the current engine lineup into the 2013 model year, but we do expect a slight power increase across the board.
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Up front, the changes for the 2015 Cayenne will be very subtle, and they include revised air intakes on the front apron and a new chin spoiler. It also looks as if the headlights are slightly smaller and lay flatter on the fenders, but that could just be the angle that the images were taken from. From the profile, all is pretty much the same on the revised Cayenne.
Heading out back, however, we come across plenty of changes. The first thing that we can see pretty clearly is that the Cayenne will lose those bulbous taillights in favor of thinner ones that we can only assume will look close to what the 911 has. Te rear bumper is also slightly modified, with a larger center cutout and a modified rear diffuser.