TopCar is one of the first tuners to want a piece of the first-ever Porsche Cayenne Coupe. As a result, they have already imagined it wearing a wide body kit, sharing the image on social media.
Aside from the wide fenders and new side skirts, this Cayenne Coupe features redesigned front and rear bumpers, a larger diffuser with integrated quad exhaust tips, a roof-mounted wing and a tailgate spoiler, all part of this rendering.
The Russian tuner is probably interested in seeing how people feel about a more aggressive-looking version of the German SUV Coupe, which we’re sure will sell really well for Porsche and in turn, make several after-market specialists a lot of money in the process.
TopCar is already responsible for some expensive projects that build on the Lamborghini Urus, new Mercedes-Benz G-Class and several Porsches, to name just a few. So, they’re probably rubbing their hands together as we speak, waiting for the Cayenne Coupe to arrive at their headquarters.
Offered as an alternative to the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, as well as its cousin from Audi, the Q8, the Cayenne Coupe broke cover this spring. It will arrive at dealers across the U.S. this fall, with a starting price of $75,300, which makes it more expensive compared to its direct rivals.
Tick every box and you’ll see the price climb to almost $200,000 for the Turbo variant. That’s nearly as much as a base Lamborghini Urus, which is not only more powerful and quicker, but comes with something that arguably makes it even more desirable: a Lamborghini badge.