Porsche's first SUV model will be soon have an all-new version, apparently. Our spies managed to take photographs of the next-generation Cayenne with practically no camouflage whatsoever.
From the looks of things, the Cayenne will have an evolutionary design and will stay true to its sleek profile. Painted in a unique blue-gray metallic paint, the Cayenne comes with what appear to be slightly redesigned headlights. The hood and front bumper appear to have been carried-over from the current model however.
At the back, a new taillight design makes its way in the upcoming SUV. Looking beyond the thin foil that partially covers it, the all-new Cayenne's taillights appear to have the same finish from the Panamera Sport Turismo.
As for its engine lineup, the next-gen Cayenne is expected to come with a wide range of diesel and gasoline-powered motors. There will also be the new line of hybrid variants (featured car on this article) including the Cayenne SE-Hybrid and the more docile E-Hybrid. It's highly likely that the former will produce well over 680 PS while the latter will put out 462 PS.
It could make its public debut at this year's Franfkurt Motor Show though Porsche could make an online reveal of the Cayenne at an earlier date.