2026 Porsche Cayenne EV and Cayenne Coupé EV

The Cayenne EV has been spied in mule form and it will ride on the PPE platform like the upcoming Macan EV Spotted in mule form, the upcoming production model will look nothing like what you see here. That being said, the vehicle does give us a few hints about what to expect.
At last year’s Capital Markets Day presentation, Porsche confirmed the Cayenne EV would ride on the Premium Platform Electric (PPE) like the Macan EV. As a result, it’s not surprising to see the mule is based on its smaller counterpart. However, we can see an assortment of changes including extended fender flares that hint at a wider track. The mule also sports a unique front bumper with a central sensor pod that is flanked by sizable intakes. Spy photographers also noted the crossover has “larger and wider wheels” than the Macan EV The interior carries over from the Cayenne’s smaller counterpart and we can see a digital instrument cluster as well as a widescreen infotainment system. Of course, we can expect a number of changes by the time the electric crossover goes into production. It’s too early to talk about performance specifications, but the model will likely share a number of similarities with the Macan EV. As a result, the crossover could have a roughly 100 kWh lithium-ion battery pack as well as a dual motor all-wheel drive system with around 603 hp (450 kW / 612 PS) and 737 lb-ft (1,000 Nm) of torque. We can also expect 800-volt technology and relatively quick recharging times.

Source: 2026 Porsche Cayenne EV Spied For The First Time | Carscoops

Test mule for the electric fourth-generation Cayenne.

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