Images of the 2018 Porsche Cayenne have been dripped online. Before it is formally revealed on August 29, 2017, Porsche has also previewed the next-gen Cayenne. The SUV is also expected to make an appearance at the forthcoming Frankfurt motor show. With a design that looks influenced by the smaller Macan SUV, former sightings and spy shots of development cars revealed that the new Cayenne will also get the new tail-light strip that connects both back light clusters from the 911 sports car.
Sources suggest that the next gen SUV could also be optioned with an all-electric powertrain, as previewed by the Mission E, but Porsche has been mum concerning that possibility. Porsche introduced a new range of turbocharged motors for its new 911 range and sources suggest a large extent of that development will be transferred to the large SUV. The Audi Q7 sold in global markets has newly gained smaller, more efficient engines across its line-up, giving some indication of what could feature in the 2018 Cayenne. There is no word on when the third-gen Cayenne will come to India. The second-generation Cayenne sold in India rivals the likes of the Mercedes-Benz GLS, BMW X5 and Volvo XC90.