I stopped by the Porsche dealer today, to see the all new 2011 Porsche cayenne. Yes, all new exterior and interior re-design, and let me tell you , not bad. If you ever seen the new Panamera interior , then just place that image inside the new cayenne. The exterior is sleeker, and more rounded in the back, making it look smaller to me, the but design is growing on me.The lion's share of changes goes to the range-topping Cayenne Turbo. Thanks to a significantly more composed suspension and enormous 19-inch carbon-ceramic brakes (which are optional), the vehicle finally drives like a Porsche. Body control is top-notch, and because the Cayenne now uses the same all-wheel-drive system found in the Panamera, the torque-vectoring gizmos onboard do an excellent job of maintaining traction whether you're on the track or off-road. The turbo engine is good for 500 hp at 6000 rpm and 516 ft-lbs of torque at 2250 rpm.