The new version of the crossover Porsche Cayenne Coupe seen at the NurburgringMay 7, 2020
On tests, a prototype of another version of the German crossover Porsche Cayenne Coupe was noticed. Novelty can get the designation GT or GTS.
Automobile publications published so-called “spy” photos from the tests of a test prototype, an updated coupe-like crossover Cayenne Coupe. Specifically, this car has two oval exhaust pipes, which are located in the center and trapezoidal exhaust holes in the corners of the bumper. Based on earlier test shots of this new product, we can say that the pipes in the middle are functional, and those that are on the sides of the rear bumper, with which the crossover will not be sold (this is not a serial part of the exterior), are fake – such a deceitful maneuver.
This prototype and its previously captured analogues also have differences in the appearance of the front end. In current photos, the test version of the German sports crossover has a front panel from the Turbo and Turbo S E-Hybrid designs.
Rumors suggest that the new version of the popular car may use an upgraded version of the Turbo S E-Hybrid hybrid powerplant, which will have a capacity of about 800 horsepower.
Another assumption is that the novelty may receive a version of the 4.0-liter V8 Twin-Turbo engine from the Italian Lamborghini Urus crossover, which produces 641 horsepower. It is noteworthy that under the hood of the current Cayenne Coupe Turbo is the same engine with a power of 541 hp.
The debut release date for the new Cayenne Coupe also remains a mystery. After several months of viewing “spy” pictures and videos with prototypes of the new product, we can say that it is unlikely that the wait for the cross-debut will be too long. However, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic could dramatically change the company’s current plans.
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