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Porsche Cayenne Coupe

September 29, 2016 0 Comment

Porsche Cayenne Coupe

The second-generation crossed the Pond to the U.S. for the 2011 model year, being offered here in many forms, including the GTS, Turbo S, and even a model. In 2015, launched an updated second-generation model with significant exterior modifications, more powerful engines, and new The facelift is supposed to keep the fresh until a brand-new model arrives sometime in 2018.

Along with the 2015 update, rumors of a sleeker, coupe-like version of the also surfaced the Interwebz. Although original reports claimed a 2015 launch, Porsche’s competitor for the failed to show up. In the meantime, came up with its very own proposition, the Hopes of seeing a Cayenne based on the second-generation model were almost lost after that, but 2016 brought us the first prototype of Porsche’s X6 fighter.

However, instead of a redesigned Cayenne body with a sleeker roofline, our paparazzi spotted an awkward test mule that looks like a on stilts. But, while this isn’t 100-percent solid proof that Porsche is testing the Cayenne Coupe, we’re definitely looking at an SUV prototype. Since there aren’t any known plans for a new this mule can only be an early version of the Cayenne Coupe.

Not much is known about it at this point, but it’s expected to use the same underpinnings as the standard Cayenne, as well as the same drivetrains. The name is not yet official so you should take the “Cayenne Coupe” with a grain of salt, but this badge is very likely given that the sleek crossover will be part of the same family. We’re still waiting for Porsche to confirm the new crossover, but until that happens, we’ve created a of the upcoming vehicle, as well as a speculative review about what it may bring to the table.

Updated 09/28/2016: Based on the recent rumors and speculation, we created a rendering for the upcoming Cayenne Coupe.

Continue reading to find out more about the Porsche Cayenne Coupe.


Porsche Cayenne Coupe

The second-generation crossed the Pond to the U.S. for the 2011 model year, being offered here in many forms, including the GTS, Turbo S, and even a model. In 2015, launched an updated second-generation model with significant exterior modifications, more powerful engines, and new The facelift is supposed to keep the fresh until a brand-new model arrives sometime in 2018.

Along with the 2015 update, rumors of a sleeker, coupe-like version of the also surfaced the Interwebz. Although original reports claimed a 2015 launch, Porsche’s competitor for the failed to show up. In the meantime, came up with its very own proposition, the Hopes of seeing a Cayenne based on the second-generation model were almost lost after that, but 2016 brought us the first prototype of Porsche’s X6 fighter.

However, instead of a redesigned Cayenne body with a sleeker roofline, our paparazzi spotted an awkward test mule that looks like a on stilts. But, while this isn’t 100-percent solid proof that Porsche is testing the Cayenne Coupe, we’re definitely looking at an SUV prototype. Since there aren’t any known plans for a new this mule can only be an early version of the Cayenne Coupe.

Not much is known about it at this point, but it’s expected to use the same underpinnings as the standard Cayenne, as well as the same drivetrains. The name is not yet official so you should take the “Cayenne Coupe” with a grain of salt, but this badge is very likely given that the sleek crossover will be part of the same family. We’re still waiting for Porsche to confirm the new crossover, but until that happens, we’ve created a of the upcoming vehicle, as well as a speculative review about what it may bring to the table.

Updated 09/28/2016: Based on the recent rumors and speculation, we created a rendering for the upcoming Cayenne Coupe.

Continue reading to find out more about the Porsche Cayenne Coupe.


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Porsche Cayenne Coupe

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