The 2018 Porsche Cayenne GT3, which won the 2018 Panamera’s GT3 class, is set to go into production in 2019.
Porsche has already started production of the Cayenne Turbo at its Porsche Plant in Wolfsburg, Germany, and is expected to roll out its new Cayenne Sportback in 2020.
Porsche will build and test the Cayennes at its own plant in the state of Bavaria, with an expected production date of late 2021.
We’re told that the Cayuan is a great car, and that it will compete with the best in the world.
Porsche also has an interest in building the new Cayennes in the United States, which is where the company has a factory and a large supply chain.
The Cayenne is expected not only to be a winner, but also to be the best off-rampable off-highway hybrid in the lineup.
The company has previously said that it would make the Cayenas for its new electric SUV, the Cayuga, and said it would have a Cayenne in production by the end of 2020.
With all of that said, there are some big questions about the Cayonas future.
Porsche said it is still exploring the technology needed to fully develop the Cayan off-the-grid technology.
Porsche’s Cayenne will compete in the off-roads segment, but it is unclear whether it will be able to compete with other off-board technology like the Tesla Model S.