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2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Hits Nurburgring, Prototype Shows Active Rear Wing

By now, the 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is no longer a secret. And a prototype of the sloping roofline SUV has now reached the Nurburgring, as you can notice in the image gallery we have here.
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With Porsche being Porsche, the Cayenne Coupe will show plenty of go-fast features and the test car we have here allows us to focus on the active rear wing, which is complemented by another aero element, this time a fixed one, at the top of the window.

The Coupe is expected to borrow the complete engine range of the standard Cayenne, from the turbocharged V6 base model to the monster that is the 680 hp Turbo S E-Hybrid.

We're expecting the Porsche Cayenne Coupe to makes its debut next year, with this coming to the US market as a 2020 model.

The Cayenne Coupe comes to complete the lineup and we'll quickly talk you through the Zuffenhausen range.

On the non-sportscar front, the Macan has just received its mid-cycle revamp, with the 2019 incarnation of the crossover having already entered production.

Moving further up the range, the third-generation Cayenne is all-new and we can say the same about the second-gen Panamera.

Speaking of the Panny, the German are also preparing to introduce their first EV, in the form of another four-door that will be priced similarly to the Panamera. We're obviously referring to the Taycan here.

As far as sportscars are concerned, the 718 Porsche Boxster and Cayman are approaching their mid-cycle revamp, with these set to receive the Spyder and the GT4 specials meanwhile.

The Neunelfer has a particular story, with both the 991.2 swansong, namely the Speedster and the next-gen model being almost ready to make their debuts. Since we mentioned the 992, we'll remind you that the Carrera, the Turbo and the GT3 have been spied.

Oh, and let's not forget the rumor mill, which talks about the "return" of the 928 as a Panamera Coupe. Nevertheless, such a Grand Tourer could land in a few years from now, possibly as EV.

 
 
 
 
 

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