Porsche Cayenne facelift 2023 spied up close during winter testing

Changes are underway in the Porsche Cayenne model. Here's another set to whet our appetites. Spy shot while the updated SUV goes through some winter testing. Even better, our spy photographer was able to get a closer look at the updated model. Please take a closer look at us.  The headlamp concealer is located around the headlamps and under the bumper, as seen in the photo assembly below. They make the lights look bigger, taking the guesswork out of what Porsche is hiding in the corners of the front corners. However, beyond hiding, you can already see what's new in the foreground compared to the outgoing model.  The back is where it gets interesting. A lot of tape is used to hide the straps going across the tailgate. This means that the German brand has adopted a graphic update of the rear lights. Also, the taillights are bigger than before and seem to reach almost to the center of the tailgate. The rear turn signal is clear, but what happens to the gears remains a mystery at this point.  Internally, the photos of this lot do not show any updates. The rear spy photo shows a new infotainment system and fewer physical buttons, and updated gear lever Porsche 911 serrated hangers.  The powertrain upgrade hasn't been released yet, but you can expect Porsche to slightly bump up the horsepower value of the modified Cayenne. There is also an upgrade for the Stubby Cayenne Coupe. The facelifted Porsche Cayenne will debut this year. We will let you know the exact timetable as soon as we know.  Meanwhile, the United States Platinum Edition for those who don't want to wait for the updated version for the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe.

Changes are underway in the Porsche Cayenne model. Here's another set to whet our appetites. Spy shot while the updated SUV goes through some winter testing. Even better, our spy photographer was able to get a closer look at the updated model. Please take a closer look at us.

The headlamp concealer is located around the headlamps and under the bumper, as seen in the photo assembly below. They make the lights look bigger, taking the guesswork out of what Porsche is hiding in the corners of the front corners. However, beyond hiding, you can already see what's new in the foreground compared to the outgoing model.

The back is where it gets interesting. A lot of tape is used to hide the straps going across the tailgate. This means that the German brand has adopted a graphic update of the rear lights. Also, the taillights are bigger than before and seem to reach almost to the center of the tailgate. The rear turn signal is clear, but what happens to the gears remains a mystery at this point.

Internally, the photos of this lot do not show any updates. The rear spy photo shows a new infotainment system and fewer physical buttons, and updated gear lever Porsche 911 serrated hangers.

The powertrain upgrade hasn't been released yet, but you can expect Porsche to slightly bump up the horsepower value of the modified Cayenne. There is also an upgrade for the Stubby Cayenne Coupe. The facelifted Porsche Cayenne will debut this year. We will let you know the exact timetable as soon as we know.

Meanwhile, the United States Platinum Edition for those who don't want to wait for the updated version for the Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe.

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