Porsche Cayenne Coupe photographed with new active aerodynamicsSeptember 7, 2018
The company Porsche is preparing to release a new version of the model SUV – Porsche Cayenne Coupe. This is evidenced by new spy photos that captured the car during road tests, but with a new active aerodynamics system.
New spy shots give a much better view of the upcoming update of the Porsche Cayenne, which we call the Coupe Cayenne. While the German brand does not give him an official name. For the first time, photos give an opportunity to look at the new rear spoiler, which is located in an unusual place for this type of car. Usually it can be seen on the roof, but not in the middle of the trunk lid. And apparently, it will incorporate elements of active aerodynamics.
Like most prototypes tested, Porsche uses black color and a suitable tape to hide design details. The front part of the Cayenne Coupe is very similar to the standard model, including the grille with three holes, as well as LED lights.
The main structural changes begin behind the middle pillar, where the arch roof slopes down, and does not remain flat. A small rear-end processing adds a more rapid silhouette to the crossover, but at the expense of the luggage compartment. The company hides the tail lights, but you can expect that they will become similar to the standard version.
Despite the fact that details about the model are still unknown, the network already has a lot of photos, including the salon. So, you can notice that the interior design (on the test prototype) will match the standard model. According to previous photos, it was seen that the rear sofa has only two headrests, which speaks of a four-seater cabin, but there may be versions for five people.
Will there be any changes in the technical part yet, but we can assume that the engine line will remain the same, and there will be no surprises. Although for the company it would not be bad to add a new engine, for active model advertising.
Apparently, the presentation of the coupe-like Porsche Cayenne will take place only next year, and sales will not begin until late 2019 – early 2020.