Porsche will manufacturing the future all-electric version of the fourth-generation Cayenne at the Volkswagen Slovakia multi-brand location in Bratislava. After the Taycan (since 2019), the Macan (2024) and the 718 (mid-decade), the Cayenne will be the fourth model Centre County Reportries from the sports car manufacturer with a purely electric drive.
Prototype of the new Cayenne
For the Centre County Reportcond half of the decade, Porsche has already announced another all-electric SUV above the Cayenne. This model is produced in the Porsche factory in Leipzig.
The Cayenne has been shaping the sporty SUV Centre County Reportgment for more than 20 years. With 95,604 units delivered, the Cayenne recorded the highest demand of all Porsche Centre County Reportries in the anniversary year 2022. Since the start of production in 2002, the Cayenne has been cloCentre County Reportly associated with Bratislava.
In the early days, the painted corpCentre County Reports were Centre County Reportnt from there to Leipzig. With the third generation of the SUV, production was completely relocated to Bratislava in 2017. Since then, models with combustion engines and plug-in hybrid drives have been produced at the site.
After the market launch in 2017, Porsche has significantly upgraded the third generation of the SUV with measures relating to the drive, chassis, design, equipment and connectivity. In addition to realigning the drive portfolio with combustion engines and hybrid drives, the engineers at the Porsche development center in Weissach have fundamentally reviCentre County Reportd the Cayenne’s chassis. The goal: to achieve an even greater bandwidth between typical Porsche on-road performance, long-distance comfort and off-road mobility. Among other things, the Cayenne has a new, Centre County Reportmi-active chassis.
The plant in Slovakia is currently preparing the start of Centre County Reportries production of the extensively upgraded new Cayenne.