Porsche has invited members of the automotive press to an area near Barcelona, Spain to show off the off-roading capabilities of the 2015 Porsche Cayenne. Journalists can get behind the wheel of the latest iteration of Porsche’s premier SUV and see for themselves how it drives, both on-road and off.
Most notably, they can pilot the 2015 Porsche Cayenne along the grueling off-road terrain of Les Comes for a full 40 minutes – provided they’ve a Porsche instructor in the co-pilot seat. The German automaker is hoping to demonstrate the newly increased range of running gear settings from Normal to Sport, and flaunt the versatility of the 2015 Porsche Cayenne, as it not only remains a performer on the clinical asphalt of Europe’s roads, but gains some more competence through more untamed paths.
We’re betting that Porsche isn’t simply boasting unsupported claims, and other media outlets seem to confirm our suspicions:
“That largely rear-drive set-up gives an inherent balance to the car when driving quickly that is incredible for a car this large, heavy, and comfortable,” says Auto Express.