The mid-cycle update of Porsche's Cayenne SUV has once again been spied testing, but key tweaks remain camouflaged for now.
External differences appear to be subtle, limited to a reshaped front and changed rear-bumper exhaust cutouts.
The lenses on this prototype are decoys though. We can expect to see new jewellery in the front and rear light-clusters of the updated Cayenne when it launches in the second quarter of 2014.
But while the exterior changes appear minimal, it will be a different story under the skin.
As with the 2014 Porsche Panamera, the updated Cayenne is expected to drop the naturally-aspirated 4.8 litre V8 from its powertrain line-up in favour of a twin-turbocharged 3.0 litre pertrol V6.
The base model diesel V6 is expected to get a power increase, and we'll see a plug-in hybrid added to the range with the Cayenne S E-Hybrid.
All models (bar the diesel and E-Hybrid) will come with a PDK twin-clutch automatic rather than the current model's eight-speed hydraulic auto.
We can also expect to see a number of interior refinements, along with updated infotainment and active safety gear.
The 2015 Porsche Cayenne range is likely to be revealed in the coming months, with Australian deliveries expected later in the year.