Other goodies include Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) damping, which - with the air suspension - means the Cayenne GTS sits 20 millimeters lower. Brakes are from the Cayenne Turbo with 390 millimeter rotors on the front axle and 358 millimeters at the back, along with red painted brake calipers. The Cayenne GTS has the turbo nose fascia with large air intakes and the Sport Design package, including more contoured rocker panels and wheel arch extensions. The roof spoiler, wheel arch extensions and lower rear of the vehicle are painted in body color. All GTS lettering is black, as are the 20-inch RS Spyder wheels, the exhaust tailpipes, the Bi-Xenon™ headlights' inner apertures and the fittings of the tinted LED rear lights. GTS lettering is also included.
The interior of the GTS has eight-way electrically adjustable sports seats clad in leather/Alcantara® upholstery, including GTS lettering on the headrests. Alcantara® is the predominant upholstery material used inside the car. The interior GTS package is optionally available in Carmine Red or Rhodium Silver with rev counter face, decorative stitching, headrest lettering and safety belts in a contrasting color. The new Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne GTS will make their world premiere on November 19th at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. They will be available at Porsche dealers in the United States at the end of February 2015. The MSRP for the Cayenne is $58,300 and for the Cayenne GTS is $95,500. A destination charge of $995 is additional.