Porsche's Macan sees subtle improvements at the Paris Auto Show
Meet the new Porsche Cayenne.
It's kinda hard to miss in this bright blue and you'd be forgiven for thinking that it doesn't look all that different from the old.
That's because this new 2019 model is a mid cycle refresh.
Now on the outside we have a new front end with standard LED headlights and a new look that kinda And outback we've got full width LED tail lights that are more like those of the 911.
We're basically bringing this model in line with the rest of Porsche's lineup.
And inside, we've got an update to the tech where it gets the same 11 inch, wide screen infotainment system we saw in the [UNKNOWN] and the Cayenne.
Though interestingly, the [UNKNOWN] does not get the capacitive, center consoles of those models.
It's still has a **** load of physical buttons in the middle.
It doesn't, however, inherit the new safety tech with a new traffic jam assist system and an adapter cruise control that works on a wider range of speeds.
Now in the engine bay, we don't know a whole lot about what we're gonna get.
But the current model has anything between a 255 horsepower, 2 liter turbo to a 400 horsepower twin turbo 3.6 liter V6.
In the turbo model.
So we can expect to get something like that in this vehicle as well.
And on the suspension front there have been refinements to ride quality and handling that's just gonna make this thing a little bit more fun to turn the steering wheel on.
We can expect it to show up sometime next year due to the 2019 model year designation but other than that.
We're just kinda waiting around for Porsche to give us more information.
And while you wait, you can stay tuned to the Roadshow.com for even more cool car videos from the 2018 Paris auto show.