For infotainment, the main screen is a 12.3-inch display that shows your navigation and music, similar to the screen used by the Taycan. Below that, Porsche put the climate controls. In a move that will make plenty of old-school gearheads happy, Porsche used physical buttons to control the A/C and heat.
Front-seat riders can enjoy an optional 10.9-inch feature on the passenger side of the cabin. That screen can stream media or allow the passenger to act as the vessel’s navigator. According to Porsche, a filter on the screen prevents the driver from getting distracted. Onboard Siri functionality can also bear the load if necessary. The interior also features a litany of USB-C chargers that can keep devices topped up and a wireless and cooled charging pad that can deliver up to 15 watts.
According to Porsche, the 2024 Cayenne will be fully revealed on April 18th.