Porsche Cayenne Coupé Review

Jan 07, 2021 by iAMQATAR


The highly dynamic lines and custom design elements of the new Cayenne Coupé truly set it apart from the Cayenne. At the same time, it benefits from all the technical highlights of the model’s third generation, which features powerful drive systems, innovative chassis systems, a digitalized display and operating concept, and comprehensive connectivity. The chopped roof that gives the Cayenne Coupe a sleeker look also cuts into rear headroom and the cargo area. What the coupe loses in usability, it gains in performance. A number of the Cayenne's optional features are standard on the coupe, including an adaptive suspension system, the Sport Chrono package (which adds a more aggressive driving mode and launch Control), an larger wheels.

The 2020 Porsche Cayenne is one of the few SUVs that can rival a high-performance sports car in handling and acceleration capability. This year's Cayenne pushes the sports-car theme even harder with the addition of a so-called coupe body style that sacrifices some practicality for a more car-like profile.

Engine, Transmission, and Performance

Two high-performance engines are available. The Cayenne Coupé with six-cylinder turbocharged engine and displacement of three liters delivers 340 hp (250 kW) and maximum torque of 450 Nm. The Sport Chrono Package fitted in series production vehicles achieves the standard sprint from 0-100 km/h in 6.0 seconds, with this figure dropping to 5.9 seconds with the optional lightweight sports packages. The vehicle’s top speed is 243 km/h. The top-of-the-range Cayenne Turbo Coupé goes to the starting line with a four-liter V8 engine with twin-turbo charging, 550 hp (404 kW), and maximum torque of 770 Nm. The Cayenne Turbo Coupé accelerates from a standing start to 100 km/h in 3.9 seconds, and has a top speed of 286 km/h.

Interior & Comfort

Despite the sloping roofline, the Cayenne coupe's rear-seat headroom is almost the same as the square-back Cayenne's. The only downside to ordering the coupe is that the cargo area is slightly smaller. All coupe models come standard with a panoramic fixed-glass sunroof as well as eight-way power-adjustable front seats and rear bucket seats. The seats can even be outfitted in a classic Porsche houndstooth-pattern cloth.

In keeping with its enthusiast ethos, Porsche has stuck with a fixed analogue rev counter slap bang in the middle of the dial display, and much of the digital display around it is configurable to your needs and desires. A head-up display is optional and perhaps wise if you’re to avoid troubling yourself with all the readouts you can have staring back at you from behind the steering wheel.

The new Cayenne Coupé offers plenty of space for up to four people as standard. At the front, the new eight-way sports seats with integrated headrests offer exceptional comfort and optimum lateral support. In the rear, the Coupé comes fitted as standard with a rear bench that has the characteristics of two individual seats.

Reliability & Safety

Porsche has a reputation for building tough cars and they're backed up by a warranty. The prestige of the Porsche badge and a strong reliability record helps boost residual values, but only when the car has been well maintained and serviced at a dealership.It's also reassuring to know the Cayenne shares its platform with the Audi Q8 and Volkswagen Touareg, so all the latest crash-avoidance and safety kit is available. 

If you’re thinking of Sports, Luxury and SUV- Porsche Cayenne Coupé is your choice!!


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