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SAMACO Saudi Arabia welcomes new Porsche Cayenne models

The latest generation of Porsche’s SUV model line is now available in Saudi Arabia. The arrival of the brand’s flagship SUV was celebrated at an event held by Porsche Centre Jeddah, SAMACO, at the Hilton Hotel, where the Cayenne and Cayenne S, were showcased.
Powerful turbocharged engines, enhanced chassis systems, a range of off-road modes and a sharper design underpin the Cayenne’s credentials as a true sports car in its segment. Additional enhancements to the latest generation also include intelligent assistance systems and more connectivity features aimed at offering improved driver and passenger comfort.
Mark Sinclair, general manager of SAMACO Porsche Saudi Arabia, said: “Since its initial launch, the Cayenne has been one of the most popular models in Saudi Arabia, and I have no doubt that the third generation, which offers even more sports car performance and practicality, will continue this success story.
“For me, the new Cayenne’s versatility is truly unique. It is at home on any road, but it is equally ready to explore new terrain. It enjoys a short sprint as much as a long road trip, and the commute to work as much as a lap on the track. It is capable of producing a superb drive experience virtually anywhere, and that is really what sets the Cayenne apart from any other SUV. We’re very excited to be welcoming it to Saudi Arabia today.”
The new Cayenne offers a spacious cabin, with several comfort and convenience features throughout. The luggage compartment has been increased by 100 liters, meanwhile the Porsche Advanced Cockpit concept brings the occupants increased connectivity and intuitive controls.
The center console with Direct Touch Control and a new 12.3-inch touch display for the Porsche Communication Management act as the driver’s interface to all vehicle functions. PCM can be configured for up to six individual profiles to store a large number of interior settings, as well as specifications for lights, driving programs and assistance systems.

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