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As with the regular Cayenne, the biggest strengths of the Coupé are its handling and performance. In fact, the GTS, which is the sweet-spot in the range, offers about as much fun as you can have with a car that's this tall and heavy. And, while the Cayenne Coupé is not as practical as its squarer stablemate, it will still meet the needs of most families.
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Given the huge price difference, you’ll be pleased to know that you do get some extra equipment with the Turbo S E-Hybrid variant. This includes 18-way front seats, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control, metallic paint, air suspension, 21in wheels, even bigger brakes, Turbo-specific exhaust pipes and body styling, a Bose stereo, heated front and rear leather seats and an Alcantara headlining.
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The Turbo S E-Hybrid is quicker than a scalded cat on a hot tin roof. With its 4.0-litre V8 and powerful electric motor, you have up to 671bhp to play with – yes, that's correct, 671bhp in total – and that means 0-62mph in 3.8sec. Wham. And it boasts some environmental credentials, with an electric-only range up to 25 miles officially and over 70mpg – you're unlikely to get either figure in the real world, though, but you could potentially reduce your company car tax bill.
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