Porsche Exclusive is running out of models to work on. That appears to be the case after Porsche’s design division released a new program for one of its models, namely the Cayenne.

The new program is the latest in a series of models that Porsche has been working on. Remember the Porsche Cayman from a few weeks ago? This time, the Cayenne gets treated to a comprehensive exterior and interior upgrade, highlighted by the Palladium Metallic exterior paint finish.

The color is not dramatic to the point that its style and character changes, but it is significant enough to provide a new look to the luxury SUV. If anything, the gold touches on the body and wheels of the Cayenne S bring out a fresh and regal visual appeal to the mighty Porsche SUV.

I admittedly don’t own a Cayenne, but if I did, this is the kind of look I want it to have. It’s classy and flashy at the same time. More importantly, it’s indicative of what Porsche Exclusive can do when you let it run around and work on any model it likes.

Click past the jump to read more about the Porsche Cayenne S Palladium Metallic By Porsche Exclusive.

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There’s a lot of Porsche Exclusive influence on this particular Cayenne. Outside of that Palladium Metallic finish, the SUV’s exterior also features a SportDesign package with side skirts, black bi-xenon headlights that include the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS), and a new set of 21-inch Cayenne SportEdition wheels painted with wheel arch extensions.

The cabin of this Cayenne is a good indication on what Porsche Exclusive can do to your car. In this particular case, the company’s design division fitted an extended leather trim package, an interior package with leather armrests and seat centers in a beautiful contrast color.

Yes, this one’s got a lot of leather in it. Even the PCM surround is finished in leather, same with the air vents and the steering column casing.

The two-tone finish might look a little overboard to some, but it does create a unique and regal look you usually don’t see in an interior dress-up these days.

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The Porsche Cayenne is only in its second generation, but you know it’s become an important model for Porsche.

The SUV’s front section, in particular, has a fresh and sportier look that its predecessor didn’t quite achieve. Even the headlamps were aesthetically tweaked and received a new four-point LED daytime running light configuration. Take a good look at the size and dimensions of the second generation Cayenne, and you’ll immediately notice how dramatically different it is to its predecessor in every positive way imaginable.

The Cayenne also has a variety of engine options, including the new S E-Hybrid that replaces the old S Hybrid model. This trim features a 3.0-liter, supercharged, V-6 engine that combines with an electric motor to generate a total of 416 horsepower and 435 pound-feet of torque. On top of being powerful, it is also the most efficient trim in the Cayenne lineup.

But this specific Porsche Exclusive-designed Cayenne is the Cayenne S. It carries a 3.6-liter, twin-turbo V-6 that packs 420 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque and mates to an eight-speed Tiptronic S transmission. This model can spring from 0 to 60 mph in just 5.2 seconds and tops out at 162 mph.

Source: Porsche Facebook

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