Hitting dealerships in May 2019, the Cayenne Coupe will start at €83,711 in Europe. The Turbo costs €146,662 from the get-go, and over in the United States, pricing is $73,500 and $130,500, respectively. Care to guess what Porsche offers in the entry-level model?
A 3.0-liter V6 serves as the beating heart of the most affordable Cayenne Coupe, rated at 335 horsepower and 332 pound-feet of torque. The more sensible numbers translate to 5.7 seconds to 60 miles per hour. Customers opting for the go-faster upgrades can cut that to 5.6 seconds while 151 miles per hour are possible on full song.
Porsche hasn’t made an announcement in regard to electrification, but the Cayenne Coupe E-Hybrid shouldn’t differ on paper from the regular Cayenne with the fuel-efficient powertrain. An even more powerful option is expected, packing similar numbers to the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid. As a brief refresher, the super sedan develops 671 horsepower and 627 pound-feet of torque.
“The Coupé includes all the technical highlights of the current Cayenne, but has an even more dynamic design and new technical details that position it as more progressive, athletic, and emotional,” declared Oliver Blume, chairman of the Executive Board. Reading between the lines, the higher-ups at Porsche are kicking themselves for waiting so long to come up with an alternative to the X6 and GLE Coupe.