Details about the new Porsche Cayenne Coupe GT crossover have appearedMay 10, 2019
According to the plan, the management of the German brand Porsche will soon create a “charged” performance of the Cayenne Coupe GT coupe-like crossover. The car is supposed to receive the power plant from the Italian crossover Lamborghini Urus.
It took only three months after the official presentation of the German crossover Porsche Cayenne Coupe, and the leadership of the premium automaker is already in full swing picking a configuration for its more powerful modification, which will be known as the Porsche Cayenne Coupe GT. According to insiders, the car can get a twin-turbo V8, whose maximum power is 641 hp
At the moment, the mid-sized crossover Porsche Cayenne Coupe is offered in two versions – normal and “charged” Turbo. Over time, this model will be offered in a hybrid version – an electrified modification of the conventional Cayenne Coupe will also be presented, as well as a more powerful performance of the Turbo S E-Hybrid.
It is reported that the latter can become the most powerful crossover, which is only at the disposal of the German concern Volkswagen Group, of which Porsche is a member.
In a recent interview, representatives of the Italian company Lamborghini, which was also “crushed” by the Volkswagen Group, said that the high-performance Cayenne Coupe GT could get a V-shaped twin-turbo eight from the Urus crossover. The power of this motor in the Italian crossover is 650 hp It is expected that the upcoming Cayenne Coupe GT will get less weight, more sporty suspension and steering settings, a slightly different exterior and interior design, as well as more powerful brakes.
Now about the name of the new model. Far from the fact that the “charged” crossover gets exactly the suffix GT. It is rumored that the model will be known as the Cayenne Coupe GT5 – the GT1, GT2, GT3 and GT4 consoles are currently occupied by the Cayman model.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that Porsche could not get away from justice: a penalty of 535 million euros would have to be paid.
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