What Car? says...
Not long ago buying a coupe meant two doors, a low-slung driving position and rear seats that would make an Oompa Loompa claustrophobic. Not anymore. Cars such as the Porsche Cayenne Coupé deliver SUV practicality to go with their swoopy rooflines.
The BMW X6 was the model that created this niche, and it is still on the Cayenne Coupé's list of competitors, but now challenges also rain in from the Audi Q8, Lamborghini Urus, Mercedes GLE Coupé and Range Rover Velar. Of course, some of you will be weighing up more conventional SUV options, too, such as the Audi Q7 or indeed, even the regular Cayenne.
So, just how different is the Cayenne Coupé from the Cayenne? Well, it has a lower roofline, a more steeply angled rear window and narrower rear side windows, all of which give it a slinkier appearance. That means you do lose some practicality, but don't think it's small: it's big enough for most family duties and comes with many other Cayenne-family virtues.
What are those virtues? That’s what this review intends to explain. We'll look at everything from what the Cayenne Coupé is like to drive, how practical it is and how much it will cost you to buy and run.
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At a glance
|Number of trims||5 see more|
|Number of engines||6 see more|
|Available fuel types Which fuel is best for you?||petrol, hybrid|
|MPG range across all versions||20.9 - 88.3|
|Avaliable doors options||5|
|Warranty||3 years / No mileage cap|
|Company car tax at 20% (min/max)||£3,419 / £8,161|
|Company car tax at 40% (min/max)||£6,837 / £16,321|
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