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2025 Porsche Cayenne: More Standard Equipment, Starts at $86,695

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The 2024 model year was a big one for the Porsche Cayenne, which received a thorough exterior and interior rework and saw a V-8 engine replace the V-6 that previously powered the S variants. For the 2025 model year, things have calmed down quite a bit — though in a range that encompasses two body styles and 13 trim levels with base prices spanning nearly $120,000 and outputs from 348 horsepower to more than double that, calm never means boring when it comes to the Cayenne.

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What’s New?

The GTS variant rejoins the Cayenne lineup for 2025. It pairs a bump in twin-turbo V-8 power relative to the S trim with handling bits from pricier models. Both the traditional Cayenne and swept-roof “coupe” version are available in the GTS trim.

Newly standard equipment on all trims includes a 360-degree camera system with automated parking, soft-close doors and ambient lighting.

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Trim Levels and Powertrain Specs

Every Cayenne powertrain except the Turbo GT is available in both the SUV and coupe body styles; the Turbo GT is only available as a coupe. Despite its lower profile, the coupe is slightly heavier than the SUV, but 65 pounds or so is a drop in the bucket for a vehicle that weighs nearly 4,700 pounds in its lightest configuration. Additionally, Coupe and Turbo variants also include the Sport Chrono Package, which includes additional powertrain and chassis settings, as well as Launch Control.

Base Cayennes are powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 making 348 hp and 368 pounds-feet of torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission and all-wheel drive are standard on every Cayenne. The base powertrain is good for 0-60 mph in 5.7 seconds.

The E-Hybrid tucks a beefy electric motor generating 174 hp and 339 pounds-feet into the Cayenne’s transmission, bumping total output to 463 hp and 479 pounds-feet; it works with a 25.9-kilowatt-hour battery pack. The hybrid gear weighs some 650 pounds, but the additional power more than makes up for it. Porsche claims the E-Hybrid will hit 60 mph in 4.6 seconds.

Without the extra electric gear, the S weighs some 450 pounds lighter than the S E-Hybrid, and its twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8 makes a comparable 468 hp and 442 pounds-feet. Porsche says it’s good for 0-60 in 4.7 seconds. In the S E-Hybrid, the electrical components remain the same, but the gas engine is retuned. It gives up a little horsepower to the non-S hybrid — with a combined 455 hp — but gains an extra mountain of torque, with 553 pounds-feet. That whittles 0.3 second from Porsche’s 0-60 claim.

The GTS is the (relative) flyweight with a (relatively) light price tag. Its twin-turbo V-8 squeezes out an extra 25 hp and 45 pounds-feet compared to the Cayenne S, for totals of 493 hp and 487 pounds-feet, respectively. It rides 0.4 inch lower than other Cayennes on a standard adaptive air suspension and features some front suspension pieces from the range-topping Turbo GT for sharper steering. Additionally, it gets the Turbo GT’s upgraded drivetrain cooling system to keep the AWD system happier during prolonged bouts of enthusiastic driving. Porsche says it will hit 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds.

Now we arrive at the Turbo variants, where sanity leaves the building without so much as a polite head nod. In the Turbo E-Hybrid, the twin-turbo V-8 gets cranked up to 591 hp and 590 pounds-feet of torque. Add in the output from the same stout electric motor as the regular E-Hybrid, and the plug-in Turbo makes a staggering total of 729 hp and 700 pounds-feet. It’ll go from 0-60 in just 3.5 seconds and on to a top speed of 183 mph — though if you want to drive in EV mode, your puttering maxes out at 84 mph.

Only available as a coupe, the Turbo GT does without the hybrid components but forces 650 hp and 627 pounds-feet of torque from a heavily revised twin-turbo 4.0-liter V-8. It rides lower than the rest of the line on a revised suspension with stiffer dampers and wider tires. Unique design features inside and out include a carbon-fiber roof panel, larger rear spoiler, unique wheels, and sport seats with simulated suede inserts.

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Availability and Pricing

The 2025 Porsche Cayenne is available to order now, and deliveries will begin in the fall. Prices across the line leapt significantly with the face lift for 2024, and they do so again for 2025. Pricing (including $1,995 destination) is as follows:

SUV

  • Base: $86,695
  • E-Hybrid: $99,195
  • S: $103,595
  • S E-Hybrid: $107,095
  • GTS: $126,895
  • Turbo E-Hybrid: $158,995

Coupe

  • Base: $91,795
  • E-Hybrid Coupe: $103,195
  • S Coupe: $109,995
  • S E-Hybrid Coupe: $112,395
  • GTS Coupe: $131,495
  • Turbo E-Hybrid Coupe: $163,495
  • Turbo GT Coupe: $205,795

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