After two decades of his amazing life, the story of Corset in Porsche is already a legend.
At a time when Porsche’s future was uncertain, the brand took a big risk and made a great departure from what the brand had known for decades: an SUV. The result was a Porsche Cayenne, a vehicle that sent shockwaves through the entire automotive industry and rewrote the manual of what could be a sports car and a luxury car. However, as it is quite different from the ordinary sports cars of Porsche, Keane’s design journey was an interesting one. The biggest challenge was communicating that Keane, despite being an SUV, was in a Porsche.
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Porsche has embarked on a journey to make the Cayenne an SUV that has served its clients seamlessly both on and off the road. It needs to fit five passengers and luggage, and the ground clearance is suitable for a raw ride. In addition to a large V8 engine mounted on the front of the car, the Cayenne concept was quite foreign to Porsche. To make it look like a prominent Porsche, a requirement was that the front end look like a 911. This work.
The doors, which were shared with the Volkswagen Tuareg and developed simultaneously with the Cain, were the biggest challenge for the team as they took up most of the car and had to look as if they were made for both models. Touareg and Cayenne Sharing Resources also presented internal challenges, where Porsche had to create a new instrument cluster for the traditional five-tube design known to Porsche, but it was worth the effort to overcome all these challenges, as Cain’s Remained as part.