2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe

Mar 25, 2019

Category: Rides

As far as SUVs and crossovers are concerned, Porsche’s Cayenne was already one of the best with its performance-minded engineering and iconic styling. For the German automaker, however, it wasn’t quite good enough. So they revamped it for 2020 with the Cayenne Coupe.

Before you ask, we know this vehicle has four doors. It seems “coupe” no longer means “2-door vehicle” and has instead become a moniker more closely associated with vehicles that have sleek, sport-focused styling — like the Cayenne Coupe seen here. But a speedier, sloping body style isn’t all this ride has to offer, as it also features a roof spoiler in conjunction with an adaptive rear spoiler (which auto-extends at speeds over 56 mph to increase downforce). It’s also offered with a standard panoramic glass roof with a carbon fiber option, the Porsche Active Suspension Management system, 18-way Adaptive Sport Seats, and two engines/trims: a standard 335 HP V6 and a turbocharged 541 HP option. Pricing starts at $75,300 for the base model and $130,100 for the Turbo.

Purchase: $75,300+

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