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2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe: All-New Porsche Cayenne Suv Experience

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The 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is a sleek, coupe-style version of the familiar Cayenne SUV and the German company’s competitor for the BMW X6, Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, and the Audi Q8. Unveiled in 2019, it goes on sale for the 2020 model year with drivetrains borrowed from the regular Cayenne. Design-wise, it has a much sleeker rear end, but Porsche also altered the front fascia, which looks a bit more aggressive than the regular SUV.

Aimed at premium crossovers built by German companies, the Cayenne Coupe benefits from all the features available with the regular Cayenne. However, this SUV offers limited headroom for rear-seat passengers and has a slightly smaller trunk. Does it have what it takes to give the X6, GLE Coupe, and Q8 a run for their money? Let’s find out in the review below.
While the spy shots suggested that Cayenne Coupe is a regular Cayenne with a revised rear end, this sleek SUV is more than that. Porsche made notable revisions to the front fascia as well, where it included a new grille. The three-piece element of the regular Cayenne was revised to include larger vents on the sides and new vertical and horizontal slats that give it a more aggressive look. The daytime running lights now include a pair of LED stripes on each side instead of just a light bar. The lower bumper, the headlamps, and the engine hood appear to be the same, but the new grille is enough to put the Cayenne Coupe into sportier territory.

Moving onto the sides, the Cayenne Coupe retains the proportions of the regular SUV from the nose toward the B-pillars. Changes in this area include a slightly lower roof and shorter windscreen. Porsche says the roof sits 0.8 inches lower so it’s not exactly noticeable, but it adds to the sleekness of the vehicle when combined to all the other changes.
The Cayenne Coupe stands out on its own behind the B-pillars. The rear doors don’t seem to be notably smaller, but their windows are obviously different in order to accommodate the coupe-style roof. The glass becomes increasingly smaller toward the rear, where they meet smaller quarter panels. The D-pillars are also sleeker and descend smoother toward the deck lid. All these features make the Cayenne Coupe’s rear profile look a bit more muscular.

The Coupe’s rear end is notably different than the regular Cayenne except for the trademark taillights that extend over the entire width of the fascia. The tailgate is obviously different due to the heavily slanted rear windscreen, but the roof spoiler was redesigned too. Perhaps the biggest news is the adaptive spoiler integrate into the tiny deck lid. This element extends by 5.3 inches at speeds above 56 mph to increase downforce to the rear axle.
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