Porsche Exclusive’s First Cayenne Coupe Is An Exercise In Restraint

We’ve become accustomed to Porsche Exclusive revealing some rather eye-catching and over-the-top creations in the past but for the company’s first take on the new Cayenne Coupe, it has adopted a more subtle approach to customization.

Images shared on Facebook by the German car manufacturer show a Cayenne Coupe worked on by Porsche Exclusive.

It is not revealed in the social media post what color this particular Cayenne Coupe has been finished in, but we can see that the exterior does feature a number of unique accents compared to ‘regular’ models. For example, there are black door handles and black mirror caps. Additionally, the lower portion of the rear bumper is color-matched to the rest of the exterior and not painted black like the bright orange Cayenne Coupe featured in the first press photos of the sporty Cayenne.

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Elsewhere, the Porsche Exclusive creation includes clear taillights, a carbon fiber rear diffuser, and a set of retro-inspired black and silver wheels.

As for the cabin, the Germans outfitted this Cayenne Coupe with plush black leather, red contrast stitching, and numerous carbon fiber accents, including on the steering wheel and parts of the dashboard. There are also red seat belts and Porsche emblems embroidered into the seat headrests.

Porsche sells the Cayenne Coupe in a number of different guises. The entry-level model features a 3.0-liter V6 engine with 335 hp while one step up in the range will take you to the Cayenne S powered by a twin-turbocharged 2.9-liter V6 engine with a more exciting 434 hp and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm) of torque. Sitting at the top of the range is the Cayenne Coupe using a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 which is good for 541 hp and 567 lb-ft (768 Nm) of torque.

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  • Six_Tymes

    “Is An Exercise In Restraint”

    oh really? how so?

    • Matt

      They’re using the word ‘restraint’ in regards to the subtle white colour and all-black interior of this customised Cayenne by Porsche Exclusive, as opposed to say bright colours. It’s really not that hard to understand.

  • eb110americana

    The front end of the Cayenne is so ugly, I cannot comprehend that someone actually made it look that way on purpose.

    • Matt

      I don’t find it as ugly as you do.

      • Elpatore

        I don’t find it ugly at all

        • Matt

          Neither do I, it’s actually quite inoffensive. At least you can tell it’s a Porsche.

  • Felipe Politano

    Is it really Exclusive and worthy of an article if it looks so… stock?

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