Added equipment in the Cayenne and Cayenne Diesel includes Bose Surround Sound, Bi-Xenon headlights, and eight-way electrically heated front seats embossed with the Porsche logo, borrowed from the GTS and trimmed with Alcantara highlights.
Externally, the Platinum Edition’s can be identified by 20-inch RS Spyder design alloy wheels, gloss-black exterior package, and wheel arch extensions. Power Steering Plus variable-ratio steering and Connect Plus live services are also part of the package.
The Cayenne S E-Hybrid gets those extras as well as auxiliary heating and cooling, allowing the car to be preconditioned, even without the engine running.
The Cayenne Platinum and Cayenne Diesel also add Platinum Edition-branded stainless steel door sill plates, while the S E-Hybrid features illuminated door sills.
All told, Porsche calculates the extra additions to the Cayenne and Cayenne Diesel add $13,590 worth of features, while the Cayenne S E-Hybrid scores an extra $11,600 of added value.
Pricing for the Cayenne Platinum Edition starts from $110,700 plus on road costs, a step up of $1300 over the regular Cayenne, the Diesel Platinum Edition is priced from $108,900, or $1000 more than the standard model.
The Cayenne S E-Hybrid Platuinum Edition introduces a new, lower price for that model with a recommended retail price of $136,700, representing a $6400 saving compared to the standard S E-Hybrid.
The Cayenne Platinum Edition range is available to order now in Black, Wite, Carrara White, Jet Black, Rhodium Silver, and Purpurit (violet), with deliveries expected to begin in August.
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