> Gets double spoilers for increased downforce
> This model could debut in 2019 before going on sale in early 2020
And with good reason – it is simply that this model’s rather sleek backside garners all the attention. While this iteration has a nose that’s similar to the current Cayenne (especially the wide grille), the true differences lie beyond the C-pillar.
It sure looks like Porsche has its homework done on spoilers. This is visible on the large pop-up wing above the tail lamps that joins the regular roof spoiler. A sure-shot recipe to create some spectacular downforce for even better road-holding capabilities. However, with a roofline angling exceedingly sharper than the regular Cayenne, we can expect some boot space shaved off in the bargain.
As of now, Porsche hasn’t really disclosed any information regarding the engines that will power the Cayenne Coupe. But, it would seem like an obvious move to borrow the current line-up of engines on the Cayenne. Stay tuned for more information in the time to come.