What Are the 2021 Porsche Cayenne Colors?

June 7th, 2021 by
2021 Porsche Cayenne

If you’re in the market for a sporty, performance-focused SUV, you’d be hard pressed to find something more alluring than the 2021 Porsche Cayenne. The Cayenne takes classic Porsche performance and packs it under the hood of a family-oriented vehicle, leading to impressive towing power and a cavernous cabin fit for road trips far beyond Matthews. Choosing the new Cayenne as your next SUV is a simple decision, but choosing among the Porsche Cayenne colors can prove to be a challenge! Explore all of the stunning shades with Hendrick Porsche in the guide below.

Exterior Porsche Cayenne Colors

Whether you picture yourself cruising around Indian Trail in an eye-catching Porsche Cayenne in red or you prefer to fly by undetected in a Porsche Cayenne in black, you’re sure to find something that suits you at Hendrick Porsche. The exterior Porsche Cayenne colors can be broken down into three categories: Standard, Metallic, and Special colors. Standard colors are available at no added cost, while the Metallic and Special colors will add $800 MSRP or $3,150 MSRP to the cost of your configuration, respectively.

Standard Colors

  • Black
  • White

Metallic Colors ($800)

  • Carrara White Metallic
  • Jet Black Metallic
  • Dolomite Silver Metallic
  • Biscay Blue Metallic
  • Moonlight Blue Metallic
  • Mahogany Metallic
  • Quartzite Grey Metallic

Special Colors ($3,150)

  • Carmine Red
  • Chalk
  • Lava Orange
  • Cashmere Beige Metallic

Porsche Cayenne Colors for Your Cabin

What type of interior experience do you want to have while commuting to Pineville? The Porsche Cayenne colors allow you to create just about any type of environment you could dream up, be it a serene escape enveloped in calming shades of grey or an ultra-sporty cabin that exudes style with a combo like black and red. Check out all of the interior Porsche Cayenne colors and whether they require an additional cost, below:

Standard Interior w/ Partial Leather or Full Leather Seats 

  • Black
  • Slate Grey
  • Black/Mojave Beige ($390)

Leather Interior w/ Full Leather Seats

  • Black ($3,750)
  • Slate Grey ($3,750)
  • Black/Bordeaux Red ($4,180)
  • Black/Mojave Beige ($4,180)
  • Slate Grey/Mojave Beige ($4,180)
  • Graphite Blue/Chalk ($4,180)

Club Leather Interior w/ Full Leather Seats

  • Truffle Brown ($5,170)
  • Truffle Brown/Cohiba Brown ($5,740)

View the Porsche Cayenne Colors in Charlotte

Visit Hendrick Porsche to see the Porsche Cayenne in red or any other color that catches your eye! We’ve got just what you’re looking for in our new Cayenne inventory, as well as a selection of new Porsche specials that can help you take your luxury SUV home for less. With questions about the availability of a Porsche Cayenne in white or any other paint color, please contact us or call us directly at (980) 224-4657. We are happy to assist!

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