The new 2020 Porsche Cayenne Coupe joins a segment surrounded by a constellation of controversy.
Porsche, like many of its rivals, is bending the commonly accepted notion of a coupe by using the term to denote a model with four doors. This practice splits observers into two camps. The first argues the four-door coupe trend badly needs to be checked rather than cultivated. The second combatively pushes for the opposite. Its manifesto states automakers can call their SUV-fastback cross anything they want as long as they keep their promise of delivering a relatively stylish car that drives well.
The Cayenne Coupe lushly serenades the members of this latter group with the song of a swoopy roof line.
At launch, the Cayenne Coupe will come in three different flavors. The base model, which packs a turbocharged V6, starts at $75,300. The mid-range Cayenne Coupe S carries a base price of $88,600, while the Cayenne Coupe Turbo sets buyers back $130,100.