Hybrid Porsche Cayenne Coupe will appear this yearMay 25, 2019
Stylish German novelty should get the same hybrid engine as the standard version of the mid-size Cayenne crossover in the performance of the E-Hybrid.
The prestigious Porsche Cayenne Coupe is available in three versions. The base model with a V6 engine delivers 335 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque. The average grade S can offer 434 hp and 549 Nm. Well, the most powerful version of the car is the Turbo with a powerful V8 with 541 hp. (768 Nm). It is reported that an even more productive model performance will be presented.
At a press conference in Austria, a Porsche spokesman confirmed the rumors about the appearance of a hybrid
crossover versions this year.
“We will gradually expand the range of engines. This year you can expect a hybrid version of the engine for the Cayenne Coupe. ”
If the coupe-shaped version of the crossover gets the same hybrid powertrain as the Cayenne E-Hybrid, the novelty will receive 455 hp of power. (699 Nm). But theoretically, we could see two hybrid versions of the Cayenne Coupe in the near future. During a special event in Shanghai, the guys from Porsche hinted at the Turbo S E-Hybrid, which will be offered for the Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe crossover. In this case, under the hood could be “electrified” V8, borrowed from the Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid, potentially producing more than 680 hp power and 850 Nm of torque.
But wait, that’s not all. Because the Porsche Cayenne Coupe shares its platform and many of its components with the powerful Italian crossover Lamborghini Urus. It is rumored that the Cayenne Coupe will be able to have the power of Lamborghini. This is a 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 with an output of 641 hp. – such a car would be located between the model Turbo and Turbo S E-Hybrid.
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