Cayenne Gets ADAS Upgrades in 2024 Refinement

ATLANTA – Porsche announced its thoroughly refined 2024 Cayenne sport utility vehicle (SUV) which included increased standard advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and available upgraded ones.

The 2024 Cayenne debuts with a highly digitalized display and control interior concept, new chassis technology and innovative high-tech features.

High-definition HD Matrix Design LED headlights illuminate the road with a clear visual signature, an air quality system filters pollutants from the cabin, and for the first time in the Cayenne, an optional display for the front passenger can be ordered to stream videos during a trip – taking inspiration from the Taycan. With its extensively upgraded design and more powerful family of engines, the Cayenne emphasizes its ambition to be the most engaging car in its segment.

Extended standard equipment, including ADAS, at prices from $79,200

The standard equipment of the 2024 Cayenne models has been significantly expanded to include Matrix Design LED headlights; Porsche Active Suspension Management; 20-inch wheels (22-inch wheels for Cayenne Turbo GT); ADAS like Lane Change Assist and Lane Keep Assist; Comfort Access keyless entry, and a smartphone tray with inductive charging at up to 15 watts. The new Cayenne starts at $79,200 (Coupé from $84,300), the Cayenne E-Hybrid starts at $91,700 (Coupé from $95,700) and the Cayenne S starts at $95,700 (Coupé from $102,100). The Cayenne Turbo GT has an MSRP of $196,300. All pricing excludes the $1,650 delivery, processing and handling fee.

ADAS technological advances available

In addition, customers can now use a comprehensive range of new and optimized assistance systems.

These include the standard Active Speed Limit Assist, which takes Traffic Sign Recognition into account when using cruise control.

The optional Adaptive Cruise Control has been enhanced with two new functions: Evasion Assist can help detect and support the driver in an emergency obstacle avoidance maneuver at speeds between 31 and 93 mph using targeted steering and braking inputs at speeds.

The second function is Turn Assist, which helps monitor oncoming traffic when making a left hand turn at speeds up to 6 mph and brakes the vehicle to a standstill if the potential for a collision is detected.

The optional Porsche InnoDrive has been improved with Active Lane Keep and Intersection Assist, which offers a higher degree of assistance in traffic jams or on highways.

To view the thorough product announcement, click HERE.

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.