Porsche Reveals Interior Of Its Refreshed 2024 Cayenne SUV Ahead Of Official Launch
When the Porsche 2024 Cayenne is unveiled next month at the Shanghai auto show, it’ll introduce numerous changes as part of a mid-cycle refresh. However, ahead of that full reveal on April 18, Porsche provides a sneak peek at the Cayenne’s redesigned interior, which took inspiration from the screen-laden scene in the Taycan EV.
The changes are immediately apparent as the 2024 Cayenne adopts an all-new 12.6-inch digital instrument cluster. It features up to seven different displays ranging from minimalist gauges to an available night vision view.
In the middle is a 12.3-inch infotainment system, which features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay as well as Apple Music and Spotify integration. The system also sports a new in-car video function, which allows occupants to watch videos from Screenhits TV when the vehicle is parked. Porsche went on to mention “new ways” to interact such as using Siri to operate vehicle functions.
A cooled, inductive charging pad comes standard. There are also two USB-C ports in the front storage compartment, and there are two more on the rear center console. Pairing a smartphone requires a scan of a QR code displayed on the touchscreen.
The revised HVAC control layout and charging pad mean that the gearshift can no longer occupy that location like on the pre-refresh Cayenne. The designers relocate it to a little protrusion to the right of the steering wheel, between the instrument cluster and the infotainment screen.
At the top of the dash, ruling over the Cayenne’s interior like the Eye of Sauron is the Sport Chrono analog clock.