Porsche has revealed its 2024 Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid, and both SUV and Coupe variants will see a larger 25.9 kWh battery and a faster 11 kW on-board charger. Porsche says EV range and power is improved "significantly", but hasn't offered any estimates. For reference, this new battery is approx. 44% larger than the outgoing model, which offered 13 miles of EV range. Porsche also claims the faster charging speed will help this bigger battery charge even faster than before, in less than 2.5 hours on a suitable charging unit.
These new Cayenne will also see a power increase, with a 174 hp electric motor supporting a 591 hp four-liter V8 engine. Combined, that's 729 horses and over 700 lb-ft of torque, launching the Cayenne to 60 mph in just 3.5 seconds and topping out around 183 mph.
More updates include an adaptive air suspension providing an improvement in ride comfort and handling, with Comfort and Sport Plus settings. Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus ("PTV Plus") is also standard on these E-Hybrid models. Combined with optional rear-wheel steer, these Cayenne seem plenty suited to go around corners. The Cayenne also gets some visual revisions, in the form of larger air intakes, body-color wheel arches, dual aluminum tailpipes and red brake calipers. The interior sees aluminum on the dash, Race-Tex on the doors and roof liner, a heated GT Sport steering wheel and 18-way adjustable sport seats.
These Turbo E-Hybrid models can be ordered now and are expected to reach U.S. dealers in Q2, 2024. The Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid has an MSRP of $146,900, not including the $1,650 delivery, processing and handling fee, while the Cayenne Turbo E-Hybrid Coupe has an MSRP of $151,400.