The 2021 Porsche Cayenne Coupe will go through a facelift process. The mid-size luxury SUV is already four-years old, and its most attractive model was spied in the wild testing new parts. We can spot a few new details on the prototype, but the final version is not ready yet.
The new model will keep most of its mechanical parts. That means we will see Hybrid, S, and Turbo versions as upgraded models for the Cayenne Coupe. The price is getting a bump and the new model will cost closer to $70,000.
Spy photos are always there to drill the nerves of enthusiasts. Well, the new 2021 Porsche Cayenne Coupe is exactly what you will get. According to experts, the model we see is the new GT version. The test mule is using fake exhaust tips, but the real ones are close to the center of the rear bumper. Other GT models are using a similar design, which is enough for fans to start speculating about the new model. Besides this detail, the rest of the SUV is pretty much the same.
2021 Porsche Cayenne Coupe Engine Updates
Again, experts are pretty confident that engineers are ready to take the next step in the development of the drivetrains. The new 2021 Porsche Cayenne Coupe GT will use a 4.0-liter unit, but the version from the Lamborghini Urus. Currently, the most powerful setup manages to create 540 hp and 570 lb-ft on the Turbo version. The new GT model will increase outputs to 650 hp thanks to the special twin-turbo system. However, this is not confirmed yet.
The 4.0-liter engine is used for some of the most expensive vehicles in the market. Well, Cayenne is not cheap either, even with the base turbocharged V6 units. Turbo package is the most expensive version of the SUV with the conventional engine, priced at $130,000. The E-Hybrid adds $30k more. The new GT could cost even higher.