A new 3-row SUV above the Cayenne may join Porsche’s model range as a new flagship, according to the recent reports.
A few days ago, a piece of information emerged in the media about the possible arrival of Porsche’s new 3-row SUV in the second half of the decade.
The vehicle, if it ever becomes a reality, will sit above the Porsche Cayenne, which is the carmaker’s most successful global model to date. The new product may be one of the future vehicles under the Porsche Unseen initiative too.
Well, what can we say… It’s high time for the company to fill the gap by adding a 7-seater to its portfolio. Presently three-row SUVs are experiencing an increase in demand, especially in the United States of America.
Three-row Audi Q7 and Bentley Bentayga, as well as the Cadillac Escalade or the BMW X7, is the potential rivals to Porsche’s new SUV. By the way, the last two are sold very well in the U.S. market.
Automotive News reported about a rendering of that potential sport utility vehicle with three rows of seats shown during a lately Porsche dealer meeting. One of the viewers described it as “part sedan, part crossover”. The model will adopt a plug-in-hybrid powertrain – likely, similar to the 670-hp V8-based hybrid system used in the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. An all-electric variant is also possible.