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Peridot Green Cayenne GTS for 2015+?

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Hi guys, new to the forum nice to meet you all. I’ve historically always owned Japanese cars, but been a fan of the Cayenne GTS (amongst a few other Porsche models) for many years.


I’m considering getting a blue 2017 Cayenne GTS , but my dream Cayenne color has always been Peridot Green. Were there any Peridot Green GTSs made in the US for 2015-2018?


I’ve seen a handful of 2013 and 2014 ones pop up for sale, but I haven’t seen a 2015+. On Google, I’ve seen a UK right-hand-drive GTS that was used for press (pic below), and what seem to be a few more overseas as well.


I’m also wondering, because if they do exist I’ll hold off on the blue one and wait to hopefully find a Peridot one one day.


Thanks very much!



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