For the third generation of the Cayenne, Porsche employed the same platform as the Bentley Bentayga and Lamborghini Urus. It was dubbed MLBevo, and it promised to introduce a hybrid version. It also included a rear-axle steering mechanism, which came in handy in small parking spaces and improved cornering speed.
The Cayenne E-interior Hybrid’s included the Porsche Communication Management infotainment system’s new 12.3″ Full-HD touch-screen. Only the tachometer remained analog in the instrument cluster, which was flanked by two 7″ displays for other pertinent driving data. Despite the bigger front seats, the rear passengers have additional legroom thanks to the longer wheelbase.