Earlier teasers and tidbits released by the new British luxury brand had suggested the Hemera would utilise the Cayenne platform. As these new images reveal however, the Hemera's Porche pedigree is all-too obvious.
Described as the world's first Super SUV, Eterniti promises a wealth of luxury appointments and an as-yet unspecified powerplant producing 462kW. There's also a four-wheel-drive layout as standard, and a top speed "in excess of" 290km/h.
For 'regular Cayenne buyers', the best available option on the Porsche side of the fence is the Cayenne Turbo's 397kW 4.8 litre V8. With a 4.6 second sprint to 100km/h, there's not much to be unhappy about there.
Setting the Hemera apart from its Cayenne progenitor is a unique front and rear-end design, with a narrower tail-light shape curling off into the massive brake vents tucked behind the super SUV's flared guards.
Another smaller opening is located behind the front wheel arches and, from the side at least, these vents stand out as the only obvious differences from Porsche's top-selling Cayenne.
Images of the Hemera's interior haven't been released, although it is known that extra attention has been given to the rear row, with the intention of transforming this super SUV into the ultimate luxury limousine.
Eterniti promises to reveal more details at Frankfurt on the 13th (early Wednesday for Australia).