These pics of some mildly refreshed Porsche Cayennes caught testing on public roads have been circulating the internet since last week, but we didn't post about them until now because we honestly couldn't see much of a difference between the current model and these updated ones. GermanCarFans, however, has given us a list of its best guesses on what's been changed. They include a redone front end that complies with new EU pedestrian crash laws, vertical signal lamps in the two large grille openings, new headlamp shapes, shorter rear taillamps and cleaner integration of the tailpipes. We gazed at these photos next to some current ones from Porsche's website and the changes still seemed almost too minor to warrant mention, but we'll let you decide.
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