Porsche is the master brand when it comes to maximising a model range with as many variants as possible. Which explains why this 2024 Cayenne is available in 11 different options, ranging from a relatively reasonably priced $138,700 ‘standard’ Cayenne all the way up to the extremely expensive and extremely fast $364,700 Cayenne Turbo GT Coupe.
These include the standard specification (which has no specific designation), the E-Hybrid PHEV, the sportier ‘S’ options, then Turbo and Turbo E-Hybrid then the hero Turbo GT.
So the full rundown of the line-up goes like this - Cayenne, E-Hybrid, S, S E-Hybrid, Turbo E-Hybrid, Cayenne Coupe, E-Hybrid Coupe, S Coupe, S E-Hybrid Coupe, Turbo E-Hybrid Coupe and Cayenne Turbo GT Coupe.
As mentioned before, the range begins at $138,700 (plus on-road costs) for the Cayenne, the Cayenne E-Hybrid is priced from $154,600, the Cayenne S starts $179,500 and the Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid costs $288,400. The Coupe models add between $5700 and $9000 depending on the model, except for the previously mentioned Turbo GT.
In terms of standard equipment all Cayennes now come equipped with LED Matrix beam headlights as well as 14-way electronically adjustable front seats, a head-up display, partial leather interior in black and a new 12.6-inch digital instrument display.
The standard sound system on the Cayenne and E-Hybrid is a 150W, 10-speaker set-up with the S and above getting a Bose surround sound unit.
The majority of the range gets 20-inch alloy wheels as standard, but there are different designs for the Cayenne, E-Hybrid and S variants. The Turbo GT rides on 22-inch rims.