The Cayenne and Cayenne Coupé: both boast a striking appearance and impressive performance, with up to five seats. Whether you prefer embarking upon your next adventure in the Cayenne together with friends, or fall for the iconic lines of the Coupé, it is purely a matter of personal taste. But one thing also applies to our two biggest models: every Porsche is first and foremost a sports car.
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Car Body Shapes
Thanks to their dynamic design and five doors that are open for any adventure, the Cayenne models bring team spirit to the world of the sports car. Making the Porsche experience even more diverse.
Above all, the exterior design of the Cayenne Coupé models, leaves observers wanting more. The iconic 911 flyline flows consistently from the headlights to the seamless taillight strip, like a perfectly formed muscle.
The mix of sustainability and driving dynamics brings a smile to any sports car enthusiast. Because they can look forward to hybrid technology from the race track – with space for the entire family.
Whether on the race track or the road, leisure or everyday driving: at the wheel of the versatile Porsche Cayenne S, fascination and sporty driving pleasure undisputedly take the lead.
Three letters are all it takes to describe the glint in your eye and intense goosebumps – GTS. Pure and thrilling: the Cayenne GTS models bring a motorsport atmosphere to the road.
An intense adrenaline rush and continuous moments of joy – driven by our most powerful eight-cylinder engine. Yet the best thing about the Cayenne Turbo remains its superior sports car feel.
Turbo S E-Hybrid
The Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid will make your pulse race. Due to the dual drive concept, the impressive performance of its hybrid technology delivers the most powerful engine output in the model range.
The Cayenne Turbo GT not only effortlessly masters the excitement of challenging cornering and final sprints. It also handles longitudinal and lateral dynamics like no other vehicle in the range.
Design and Comfort
What unites us all is our enthusiasm for the sports car experience. This begins even before we start the engine – with our first glimpse of the dynamic proportions of the Cayenne models, and reveal their Porsche DNA. As soon as we get in, we inhale the motorsport atmosphere – thanks to the high-quality standard equipment.
Other typical strengths of all Cayenne models: the generous amount of space and a stowage volume that can be more than doubled with the rear seat folded down. In addition to this great versatility, there are also a variety of personalisation options. In short: almost too good for outings alone.
The GTS concept
As with everything you love, there is never enough. That’s why we have equipped the Cayenne GTS models with even more Porsche. For even more goosebumps. More butterflies in your stomach. And more fascination.
Our Cayenne E-Hybrid models demonstrate that: we refer to E-Mobility as E-Performance, because sustainability coupled with driving dynamics, bring a joyful smile to the faces of sports car enthusiasts.
Porsche InnoDrive including adaptive cruise control
Porsche InnoDrive recognises speed limits and road gradients along your route before you reach them. And adapts the gear change strategy and speed.
Porsche 4D Chassis Control
Porsche 4D Chassis Control centrally analyses the driving situation in all three spatial dimensions, calculates the best driving condition and synchronises all the chassis systems in real time.
The freely configurable, full-colour head-up display projects all information pertaining to the journey directly into the driver's field of vision.
Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA)
The Cayenne Coupé models have active aerodynamics, as do the Cayenne Turbo and Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid. Active slats in the front air intakes enable the combustion engine to be efficiently cooled. In the Cayenne Coupé models, the adaptive rear spoiler extends by 135mm, also ensuring the appropriate downforce for every situation. While the adaptive roof spoiler on the Cayenne Turbo provides stabilising contact pressure on the rear axle while driving. In the ‘air brake’ position, this helps to shorten braking distances.
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