Wednesday, May 15, 2019
The highlights of the Coupe include a roofline 0.78 inches (20 millimeters) lower than the standard model, a more heavily raked windshield and rear window. The body has sharper proportions and in increased rear track width of 0.70 inches (18 millimeters). The new Coupe body style also includes a fixed roof spoiler that sits above the rear window and an adaptive rear spoiler that extends by 5.3 (135 millimeters) inches at speeds above 56 mph.
The Cayenne S Coupe receives upgraded standard equipment as compared to the standard Cayenne S. In addition to the Sport Chrono Package, it includes 20-inch alloy wheels, eight-way Sport Seats, a panoramic fixed glass roof and a 2+2 seating layout, although customers can choose a rear bench seat with three seatbelts at no additional cost. In compensation for the lower roofline, the rear seats sit 1.18 inches lower in the vehicle.
As with the other Cayenne Coupe models, Porsche is also offering three optional Lightweight Sport Packages. The new packages add a suite of sporty looking body modifications in a variety of materials and colors. More importantly, those packages also introduce new performance focused features to the Cayenne family: a carbon fiber roof and new 22" GT Design wheels made of forged aluminum. The same packages add special interior appointments including Houndstooth cloth seat centers. Cayenne Turbo Coupe models equipped with these packages also gain a Sport Exhaust.
The new Cayenne S Coupe will arrive as part of the 2020 model year. Dealer arrival in the U.S. is expected in fall, 2019. Starting MSRP for the Porsche Cayenne S Coupe will start at $88,600 excluding $1,250 for delivery, processing and handling.
SOURCE Porsche Cars North America, Inc.