Those teaser shots are not that of the new Cayenne; heck, it is not even a Porsche, not so by branding. Meet the all-new Hemera, the prototype of the very first model from the newly-established European marque, Eterniti Motors. And since Eterniti chooses to call this a prototype, we assume that they are not entirely done with morphing the Cayenne yet.
Despite attempts to conceal the original Cayenne behind a heavy body-kit in an endeavour to make it look like something else, the Hemera still looks an awful lot like a Porsche Cayenne with peculiar make-up on. Powering the Hemera will be a 4.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine from Porsche rated for over 620 hp and a top speed of over 290 kph. Eterniti aims to promote the Hemera as a mini-limousine with a limousine-like rear cabin boasting luxury and refinement levels.
The Eterniti Hemera debuts at the 2011 FrankFurt Motor Show. Considering how popular the Cayenne is in this part of the world, we may not be surprised to see a few of these showing up in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and other GCC countries, obviously after it goes into production by early next year.