The 2019 Porsche Cayenne arrived at Porsche Nashua offering an all-new redesign that boasts a new engine, new tech features, and a whole lot more. One of the more overlooked features is Porsche 4D Chassis Control, a suite of handling aids that improves handling and makes the most of every drive.
4D Chassis Control consists of four components.
Adaptive Air Suspension
With innovative three-chamber technology that varies spring rate based on driving conditions and self-levels the SUV, adaptive air suspension offers unsurpassed comfort and driving dynamics. The driver may also manually vary ground clearance as needed.
The white-colored Porsche Surface Coated Brake (PSCB) uses a tungsten carbide ceramic coating for strength, stability, and better brake response. PSCB is a standard feature on the Turbo trim and is optional on the other trim levels.
This is an optional feature that’s new to the 2019 Porsche Cayenne. At low speeds it acts as a parking-assist feature by turning the rear wheels in opposition to the front wheels, thereby reducing the SUV’s turn radius. At higher speeds, front and rear wheels turn in the same direction. This increases stability by effectively “lengthening” the vehicle’s wheelbase.
Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC)
PDCC is a legacy feature with a new twist — electromechanical anti-roll bars that are faster than hydraulics. By suppressing body roll, PDCC stabilizes the Porsche Cayenne through the corners and improves stability on uneven terrain.
The Porsche Cayenne has always been a very good SUV, but with its current redesign, it goes from good to great. If your older Porsche Cayenne or Porsche Macan is coming off lease or if life just happens to have you looking for a new Porsche SUV, get a closer look at Porsche Nashua.