2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Release Date, Price, Interior – This is the new Porsche Cayenne coupe, and it’s a little bit like a fiery scotch bonnet compared to the standard Cayenne Coupe. It just looks, a touch hotter doesn’t it. So this is the kind of car you are going to be considering if you’re looking at something like a BMW X6 and Audi Q8 or Mercedes GLA Coupe. A now you do have to pay a bit extra for those sporty looks over the standard pane. So this starts at 62,000 pounds, which is about 5 grand more than the standard Cayenne.
2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Changes
Ok, let’s kick off this review by talking about the Cayenne coupage design. Because it’s all about this more rakish back end. I love the light bar that you get the same as on the standard cayenne. And how you got Porsche in 3d letters in there as well super cool. Then you’ve got a rear diffuser as well, and on the turbo, you get four exhaust pipes. On the standard car, you get two exhaust pipes, but they’re always real, which is a great thing.
Now from the side where you can really see that sloping roofline. The rear door is slightly different than on the standard cane as well. I see it look a bit more aerodynamic and sporty as standard. You get 20-inch alloy wheels, and the turbo gets twenty ones. At the front, you got lights a bit like a 911 and a big massive grill to Hoover up the road. And the front design is slightly different on the turbo and the Turbo S e-hybrid than on the standard Cayenne. But whichever one you go for it is quite a striking looking car.
Here in the front seat of the 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe, it’s pretty much identical to the standard Cayenne. Which is a good thing because this feels like a very sporty SUV. Almost like is sat in a 911 but just like jacked up. The flat Monitor (Infotainment Screen) might feel supporty. I was like the quality in here, brilliant quality. Everything you touch feels expensive, leather pretty much everywhere, even the grab handles they are damp. The mirror looks expensive, no piece of trim wobbles. The paddles of the gear selectors solid metal no plastic rubbish. The only cheap bit of plastic I have found in here, it’s just this little bit on door locks, that’s it. And that is absolutely blooming lovely.
Let’s continue this review by talking about the infotainment system. So you got this beautiful full-screen display super colourful. You can move through its functions using the vertical menu on the right-hand side. And it’s all easy to navigate, while the built-in sat-nav makes it easy to program destinations and waypoints. The apple car play is standard, but there is no Android auto. So I can’t connect my Samsung to it, which I hated. also the system’s small icons are quite hard to hit while you’re driving. As they don’t make the screen click and vibrate to tell you that you’ve hit the buttons correctly like they do in an Audi q8. But there are still have some shortcut buttons lower down on the centre console. Which do click and buzz when you press them.
Also, 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe get some semi-digital dolls. Now, I say semi because the central rev counter is actually mainly analogue, that’s quite a nice touch. However, either side, there are digital screens. The right one is controlled by the right swivel wheel on the steering wheel. And displays things like the sat-nav and trip information. And the left screen is controlled using the left of swivel wheel, and that shows stuff like your active cruise control. I don’t think the system is pretty good, but overall I do prefer the system in the Audi q8 mainly because it’s got Android Auto.
2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Engine
Let’s talk about engines, so the standard Cayenne gets a three-litre v6 turbo with 340 horsepower. And in 0 to 60 about in six seconds. Then there’s the Cayenne Coupe S which receives a 2.9 V6, but with twin turbos, so clear at 0 to 60 in 5 seconds. Then there’s the E hybrid version which has the same engine 3 litres as a standard Cayenne Coupe. But it adds electric power to boost the output to 460 horsepower, and 0 to 60 in around 5 seconds as well. But around 70 miles per gallon if you use the plug-in hybrid technology.
Then it’s with me the turbo which this car is 4-litre twin-turbo V8 550 horsepower. I know my god it’s blowing quick, but if you want something faster. Then there’s the Turbo S e-hybrid which has 680 horsepower because it’s booted. Once again, by electric power, and it can still do almost 60 miles per gallon. Now Cayenne Coupe comes with an 8-speed automatic gearbox and 4-wheel Drive as standard.
Okay, now it’s time to finally drive this Cayenne Coupe and seeing as it’s the turbo. I want to see how fast I can get from 0 to 60 miles an hour. So I’ve got my specialist timing gear up here and then just flip the car to Sport Plus mode. All I need to do is put the gear into drive mode, put my left leg on the brake. You know what? And it did 0 to 60 in 3.5 seconds which is insanely fast. This Cayenne Coupe is pretty easy to drive in town. Steering is pretty sharp, the brakes on too grabby, that automatic gearbox is perfect and smooth changing gear.
2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Price and Release Date
Cayenne it just feels more sporty now. This thing is returning 22 miles per gallon which are actually alright. If you want more economy get one of the E-Hybrid models, and they can do like up to 90 miles an hour. On electric power alone and it can even drive for about 23 miles. And electric-only they’re good as well because they’re quiet no engine noise. Be warned though, with those e hybrid models they are heavier and then not a sporty to drive, they’re just not. So if it’s funny one get the average car especially the turbo, it’s a sports car of an SUV.
So then, what’s my final verdict on the 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe. Should you avoid it, should you consider it, should you shortlist it or should you just go right ahead and buy it. Well yeah, if you can afford it, why would you not go directly and buy it. I’ll leave it up to you guys.