2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe: Best SUV and Coupe on The Market!
2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe | The German manufacturer of sports cars enriches the range of its large SUV of a new declination “cut” signaling itself by an inclined pavilion and sports benefits.
Why Porsche did not go there before? A SUV shaped like a coupe: the idea born at BMW with the X6 has proved so inspired that it has continued to emulate. It now comes in all sizes. BMW has become expert in the matter with the X family side X (X2, X4 and X6) in parallel with its classic range (X1, X3, X5 and X7). This seductive silhouette combines the best of SUV and coupe: four doors, four seats and a real chest. In the Volkswagen group, after the Audi Q8 and the Lamborghini Urus, it is Porsche’s turn to bend it by instilling a good dose of sportiness to the Cayenne.
Home designers have returned to their studies to deliver a model that is distinctly different from the large Porsche SUV. The slender profile is based on a tilted windshield and a lowered 20 mm roof that incorporates an adaptive roof spoiler at the top of the rear window. It deploys 135 mm from 90 km/h to improve rear axle offset and reduce aerodynamic drag. At the same time, motorists behind this new SUV coupe will notice that the shoulder line is widened by 18 mm.
The 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe will be available as standard, starting next May, with a fixed panoramic roof flooding the cabin of light thanks to its glazed surface of 0.92 m2. A velum accompanies this equipment to protect the occupants of the sun. Porsche, however, has an optional carbon roof for sports fans. From the coupe’s architecture, this new Cayenne retains the 2+2 principle with four individual seats. Those at the rear have a 30 mm lower seat compared to the Cayenne to preserve a proper roof guard. At no extra charge, a 2+1 rear seat will be offered. The steep tilt of the rear window logically degrades the versatility of the Cayenne Coupe. The loading volume regresses by more than 140 liters. The 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe announces a capacity of 625 to 1,540 liters rear seats folded. For its part, the Turbo model is even worse off with 600 and 1510 l.
The cut spirit blows into the chassis settings. They should allow access to driving sensations really different from those of the Cayenne and much more sporting. At the launch, this new-generation SUV offers the choice between the V6 3-liter turbo 340 hp and the V8 4-liter turbo 550 hp. The latter promises performance worthy of a 911 with a 0 to 100 km/h loop in 3.9 seconds and a top speed of 286 km/h. Both models are associated with an 8-speed automatic transmission. CO2 emissions are 212 and 258 g/km, respectively, according to the correlated NEDC standard. Rates are from $96,473 to $167,658.