The new third-generation Cayenne is kind of a big deal for Porsche as the company’s second best-selling model after the Macan (last year they sold nearly 100,000 Macans, so yes, Porsche is an SUV maker…) and it’ll be making its regional debut in Dubai in base form as well as in Cayenne S and Cayenne Turbo trims, the latter currently topping the line-up with 550bhp before even more powerful, electrified Cayennes come along. We’ve already driven the third-gen in Greece so you can check out our verdict, but you can expect prices for the entry-level V6-engined model to start from Dh300K. The best bits are, as usual, optional, such as special brakes, 15-grand 21in wheels, rear-axle steering, and torque vectoring…