The Porsche Cayenne Coupe trades practicality for looks, and is the best-looking one out of the current crop of coupe-fied SUVs.
Porsche has differentiated the new Cayenne Coupe well from its more humdrum stablemate, the Cayenne SUV, creating a far more desirable machine.
The Coupe’s 20mm lower roofline results in a sloping, racy profile and a nice pert rear.
On that rear are two spoilers: a fixed roof-mounted one and a trick adaptive one which extends by 135mm above 90km/h.
That sloped roof hasn’t compromised rear headroom as I could comfortably fit my 1.78m frame in the back. Taller people might struggle, however.
Boot space has shrunk considerably to around 600 litres in the Turbo Coupe and 625 litres in the Coupe and S Coupe.
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