So while rivals can match it in certain areas, it’s impossible to choose one of such all-encompassing ability.
The Cayenne S uses a 2.9-litre twin-turbo V6 and an eight-speed automatic gearbox, a broadly similar powertrain to that in the Audi RS5, albeit with marginally less power at 434bhp.
That changes here, this new Cayenne taking up where the Panamera left off with a stunning interior comprised of sumptuous materials, seamlessly integrated technology and considerable style.
It’s difficult to imagine wanting more from an interior in a car costing comfortably less than £100,000: impeccably appointed, intuitive and as connected as any buyer will currently need, the Cayenne’s cabin is a triumph.
There can be no complaints about this new Cayenne’s interior however.
Both the Cayenne and the Macan have been recognised for their dynamic acumen, though it’s seldom – if ever – that they’re complimented for a sense of luxury.