Porsche has discharged the 2021 Cayenne GTS models, and gone is the twin-turbo V6 of its forerunner. In its place is an appropriate 4-liter twin-turbo V8 making 454 pull and 457 lb-ft of torque — 20 more strength and 15 more torque than the active engine. 0-62 comes in 4.5 seconds with the Sport Chrono bundle and top speed times in at 168 MPH. The other large change comes as another suspension that brings down ride stature by 20 mm, or simply under an inch, alongside standard Porsche Active Suspension Management and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus, with alternatives including Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control, back wheel directing, and air suspension. Bigger brakes with red calipers come standard, with tungsten carbide or carbon-clay composite circles discretionary. The Sport Design bundle with bespoke fumes and 21-inch RS wheels sets off the outside from base models, and inside the lodge is wrapped in Alcantara, brushed aluminum trim, and bespoke seats. The Cayenne GTS ought to show up in sellers Fall of 2020.