Some very exciting news this week. First photos of the new Porsche Cayenne interior have been released. Debuting on the 18th of April. The interior features a new 12.6 inch digital instrument cluster with a curved screen. The current model features an analogue tachometer in the middle. Depending on the cars exact specifications, the driver can select up to seven display modes.
The centre display has also been updated with a 12.3 inch rectangular screen. It supports Siri voice commands which can be used to operate vehicle functions. The redesigned steering wheel takes its design from the current 911. Keeping that sporty Porsche connection. An optional 10.9 inch screen is available on the passenger side of the dashboard. It gives the passenger control over the infotainment system. The screen can also stream media while the Cayenne is on the move, a filter prevents driver distraction.
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