Porsche Cayenne is extending its family by introducing new Coupe. One of the most noticeable aspect is sloped roofline and sharper lines. Automaker claims the rear design is unique and consist of an adaptive rear spoiler and either a panoramic fixed glass roof. Fixed roof glass is standard but an optional carbon fiber is also made available. Porsche chairman Oliver Blume said that Coupe consist of all technical highlights of current Cayenne, but has more dynamic design. Porsche Cayenne Coupe has shallower front windshield and A-pillar and also the roof sits 19.8mm lower. Porsche Cayenne Coupe will compete against BMWX6, Audi Q8 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.
Additionally, there is redesigned rear doors and quarter panels, a license plate bracket integrated into the bumper. Carbon fiber roof option is exclusive to the coupe and offered in one of three lightweight sport packages. This package comprises of Sport Design features and the new, lightweight 22-inch GT Design wheels, fabric seat centers in Pepita, plus carbon fiber and Alcantara accents for the interior. Porsche Cayenne Coupe also offers Sport Exhaust System. Porsche Cayenne Coupe boasts Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), Sport Chrono Package and the 20-inch wheels as standard.
Customers can also opt for comfort rear seats without paying anything extra. Cargo space is 622 liters but when the seats are folded, it increases to 1537 liters. Two engine options are available with the Cayenne Coupe. First option is the 3.0-liter V6 that offers 335hp and 450Nm of torque. It can hit 0-60mph in 5.7 seconds before hitting top speed of 151mph. The flagship Cayenne Coupe comes with 4.0-liter twin turbo V8 that generates 541hp and 768 Nm of torque. Straight line acceleration (0-60mph) takes 3.7 seconds, but top speed is improved to 178 mph. Starting MSRP is $75,300 and Turbo version priced from $130,100. Delivery, processing and handling fees of $1250 is not included.