Porsche announce new Cayenne prices
31st March, 2010
Porsche’s all-new Cayenne range will arrive in Australia
boasting higher levels of standard equipment, sportier performance than before and fuel saving reductions
of up to 23 per cent; yet with prices barely changed from the out-going model.
Porsche Cars Australia has managed to restrict the premium for the new model to around one per cent,
despite the SUV bringing up to $12,000 more in standard equipment and a suite of hi-tech improvements.
The all-new Cayenne range – headlined by the S Hybrid model – goes on sale in Australia on 24th July.
Initial models offered will be the high-end versions: the V8 Cayenne S, the V6 Cayenne S Hybrid and
twin-turbocharged V8 Cayenne Turbo. Completing the five model line-up in late August will be the V6 petrol
and V6 diesel versions, respectively.
“From a design, engineering and sporty driving point of view we’ve made a great car even better,”
says Porsche Cars Australia Managing Director, Michael Winkler. “To showcase our Hybrid technology and
add more equipment across the model range to improve the price-value relationship is also extremely
The Cayenne S Hybrid – priced from $159,900 – has fuel consumption in the new European Driving Cycle of
just 8.2 litres/100 kilometres and CO2 emissions of just 193 g/km.
The principle of “Porsche Intelligent Performance” has also resulted in greater efficiencies through the
introduction of a new eight-speed Tiptronic gearbox, extra-light all-wheel drive system and a weight
reduction of up to 180 kg (on the Cayenne S). These efficiencies come despite an increase in product
substance, greater interior space and an even higher standard of safety.
Model Line-up and prices*
Cayenne V6 petrol $103,500* (outgoing model was $102,500*)
Cayenne V6 diesel $104,500* (outgoing model was $103,700*)
Cayenne S $147,900* (outgoing model was $146,900*)
Cayenne S Hybrid $159,900*
Cayenne Turbo $239,900* (outgoing model was $237,200*)
NOTE: * All prices exclude dealer delivery fees and the various statutory charges imposed by