A designer sketch believed to be of the upcoming Porsche Cayenne Coupe has surfaced online this week, ahead of a full reveal in the coming weeks.
It's pretty similar to the development prototypes we've seen recently doing rounds in Europe (above), though these vehicles have been wearing stickers to disguise the tail-light shapes.
Last week the UK's Autocar spoke with Porsche's British boss, who confirmed the Cayenne Coupe will be fully revealed is a matter of weeks, before going on sale in Europe late this year.
Expect the Cayenne Coupe to offer pretty much an identical range of powertrains and variants – though it's possible the base models could be dropped given the coupe's performance-oriented focus.
A range of turbocharged six- and eight-cylinder petrol engines should form the core range, while V6 and V8 plug-in hybrids should also be offered as per the Cayenne wagon.
Key rivals will include the related Audi Q8, BMW X6, and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe (which should be replaced by a new-gen model in the coming months, too). Flagship performance versions, meanwhile, will compete with the also-related Lamborghini Urus.
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