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2021 Porsche Cayenne Interior


MSRP
$67,500
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2021 Porsche Cayenne Interior Review

Scorecard

Interior: 7.3

The 2021 Porsche Cayenne has a high-end cabin, full of soft leather surfaces and other luxurious touches. The seats are roomy and accomodating, and there are plenty of tech and comfort features, albeit a few that require some learning. However, cargo room is paltry for the class.

  • "Fit and finish is up to Porsche's usual exceptional standards, and the design certainly speaks to the Cayenne being different than the norm. The center console rises to meet the downward-sloping dash in a manner that evokes Porsche's sports cars." -- Autoblog (2020)
  • "The rest of the Coupe's interior is simply a copy/paste job from the regular Cayenne, and that's fine by me; the third-generation Cayenne has a neatly organized, beautifully designed cabin. The leather surfaces are soft to the touch, and the switchgear all has a premium feel to its action." -- CNET (2020)
  • "Essentially lifted intact from the Cayenne, the Cayenne Coupe's cabin is an exceptionally inviting, attractive and comfortable place. The space is contemporary and comprehensively rich-looking." -- Edmunds (2020)

Cargo

The base Cayenne has 27.2 cubic feet of space behind the rear seats. Fold those down, and you’ll find a total of 60.3 cubic feet. The Cayenne Coupe has less room, with 22 and 54.3 cubic feet of space, respectively. In both body styles, the Turbo trim loses roughly 1 cubic foot from each total. All of those figures are poor for a luxury midsize SUV.

A power liftgate comes standard.

  • "Its maximum cargo capacity is underwhelming at 60.4 cu-ft, a number that's worse than many compact SUVs. … That said, it is a wide and deep space that gets deeper when you utilize that sliding second row, and it's also superior to what you get with the new Cayenne Coupe." -- Autoblog (2020)
  • "The Coupe's heavily raked roof cuts into the Cayenne's cargo capacity, though the impediment isn't as drastic as you might think. … And let's be honest, you aren't buying a Cayenne for its capaciousness, anyway." -- CNET (2020)
  • "The standard Cayenne offers enough space to either carry five people in comfort or a fair amount of bulky cargo. The Cayenne Coupe requires a bit more planning since the smaller cargo area and rakish door openings will reduce the number of stuff you can carry." -- Edmunds (2020)

Seating

Up to five people can sit in the Cayenne. Leather upholstery and eight-way power-adjustable front seats are standard. The front seats can be upgraded to have 14- or 18-way power-adjustments, as well as heating, ventilating, and massaging functions. Heating and ventilation are available for the rear seats as well.

The regular Cayenne has wide, comfortable seats. No matter where you sit, you’ll find plenty of head- and legroom, and the seats are well-bolstered to keep you in place around turns. Due to its sloping roofline, the Cayenne Coupe is a bit tighter in the back. Although adults can still fit back there, the seats don’t slide, and it can be harder to enter or exit the vehicle.

There are two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the Cayenne’s rear outboard seats.

  • "The seats are amazingly supportive, handsomely designed, and available with heating, cooling, and up to 18 different power adjustments. The 2019 redesign saw the cargo area increase in size and more rear-seat legroom added." -- Kelley Blue Book
  • "And the seats do a good job holding you snugly in place." -- Autoweek
  • "While the standard Cayenne has plenty of headroom and legroom in both rows, the Cayenne Coupe is a different story. To preserve some headroom in the back, rear passengers will sit about 1.2 inches lower when compared to a standard Cayenne. As such, there's still headroom to spare, even for 6-foot passengers. This height affects the ease of getting in and out of the vehicle." -- Edmunds (2020)

Interior Features

Included in the base Cayenne are the Porsche Communication Management infotainment system, a 12.3-inch touch screen, Apple CarPlay, navigation, four USB ports, Bluetooth, a 10-speaker stereo, satellite radio, dual-zone automatic climate control, push-button start, front and rear parking sensors, and a rearview camera.

The infotainment system is generally easy to use after an initial learning curve. The touch screen is huge and responds quickly to inputs, and its haptic feedback uses vibrations to let you know that your selections registered. However, the screen smudges easily, and the control panel on the center console offers lots of overly sensitive buttons. Also, the abundance of controls can be distracting while on the move.

A bevy of features are available. These include a 14-speaker Bose stereo, a 21-speaker Burmester stereo, wireless device charging, a rear-seat entertainment system, quad-zone automatic climate control, a panoramic roof, and proximity keyless entry.

Available driver assistance features include lane change assist, lane keep assist, a night-vision camera, a surround-view parking camera system, a head-up display, blind spot monitoring, adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, traffic jam assist, and traffic sign recognition.

See 2021 Porsche Cayenne specs »

  • "The infotainment system uses a standard 12.3-inch touchscreen mounted in the middle of the dashboard. Its slick interface includes a configurable home menu and many personalized settings. While the system was responsive and easy to operate during our testing, the screen attracted smudges. A rotary controller would help reduce distractions during driving." -- Car and Driver
  • "The high-resolution, 12.3-inch Porsche Communication Management touchscreen infotainment system is as lovely to use in the Coupe as it is in any other Cayenne, with quick responses to inputs." -- CNET (2020)
  • "The touchscreen's sharp display and quick responses are terrific, and the broad landscape layout is useful when tiling functions. Its numerous menus demand a period of acclimatization, but it's fairly intuitive overall. Our only complaints are centered around the touch-sensitive center console buttons, which require too much glance time and are easy to trigger inadvertently when reaching for the touchscreen. Likewise, new users will invariably mistake the zoom knob for volume control." -- Edmunds (2020)
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