This week, Porsche unveiled Platinum variants for its Cayenne SUV and the 911 50 Years Porsche Design.
The Platinum phase is the corporate’s badging for rising the usual tech and consumers’ consolation options.
The brand new 911 commemorates the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of Porsche Design in 1972 by Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, designer of the 911, son of Ferry Porsche and grandson of Porsche founder Ferdinand Porsche.
2022 Porsche Cayenne Platinum Version
Over the weekend, Porsche introduced the Platinum Version of its Cayenne SUV in normal Cayenne, E-Hybrid, Cayenne S and Coupe fashions.
The Platinum Editions include plenty of styling tweaks, together with air intakes on the entrance fascia and the Porsche brand built-in into the LED taillight. LED headlights with Porsche Dynamic Mild System come normal.
Sport tailpipes and high-gloss black are additionally normal.
Cayenne Platinum Editions may be ordered in strong white or black. Metallic trims of Jet Black, Carrara White, Mahogany, Moonlight Blue are additionally accessible. A Chalk metallic trim is accessible by particular order.
RS Spyder Design 21-inch wheels in Satin Platinum are normal and solely accessible on Platinum Version fashions.
The bottom Cayenne is powered by a turbo V6 that provides 355 horsepower. The E-Hybrid variant pairs a turbocharged V6 and an electrical motor to place out 455 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque.
The inside additionally comes with some model tweaks, together with brushed aluminum door sill guards with a “Platinum Version” designation. The inside package deal is textured in aluminum all through.
The Platinum Version comes normal with eight-way adjustable sport seats, Porsche crests on the entrance and rear headrests, ambient lighting and a Bose Encompass Sound system.
Further customization choices can be found by means of Porsche Manufaktur.
Cayenne Platinum Version fashions can be found for order now. Costs begin at $79,000 and prime out at $93,800. A base Cayenne begins at $69,000.
2022 Porsche 911 50 Years Version Porsche Design
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To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of Porsche Design, the corporate is releasing a 911 that’s primarily based on a 911 Targa 4 GTS.
The entire fashions that Porsche plans on making will probably be completed in black to acknowledge Porsche Design’s Chronographic 1.
The 20/21-inch center-locking 911 Turbo S wheels, Targa bar, and Porsche Design logos on the doorways are completed in Satin Platinum, whereas the brake calipers are high-gloss black.
A “50 Years Porsche Design” badge is fastened to the grille.
A restricted variety of the 50 Years Version will probably be made, signified by a silver numbered badge on the dashboard.
The middle console lid will bear the signature of Ferdinand Alexander Porsche.
Additionally particular to this mannequin’s inside are Sport-Tex seat facilities with a black and funky gray checkered sample, a 50 Years Porsche Design brand embossed within the headrests and a middle marker on a Slate Gray GT Sport steering wheel.
The 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats Plus, Slate Gray seat belts and a Porsche Design subsecond clock with a pink second hand are additionally normal.
Powering this restricted version mannequin is a twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-six engine and an eight-speed automated transmission mixed to ship 473 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque. That comes normal with all-wheel drive.
A seven-speed guide transmission with a mechanically locking rear differential is accessible at no further value.
Two new watches are being bought along side the brand new 911: the Chronograph 1 – 911 50 Years of Porsche Design and the Chronograph 1 -1972 Restricted Version.
The automotive and the 911 50 Years of Porsche Design watch will probably be bought collectively for an MSRP of $195,850, not together with $1,350 in vacation spot charges. Each the automotive and watch have been restricted to 750 models.
The 1972 restricted version watch retails for $7,700. Solely 500 models will probably be made.
The 911 50 Years Version Porsche Design is scheduled to reach at U.S. dealerships in spring 2022.