Parkers overall rating: 4.3 out of 5 4.3

Should you buy one?

Absolutely – if you’re looking for an SUV that covers a broad range of options. The more practical regular Cayenne is more of an all-rounder, but at this end of the market exclusivity means a lot. And the Coupe is different enough to warrant the extra cash.

It may not be quite as plush and traditionally luxurious (and enormous) like a BMW X7 or Mercedes GLS – it takes a more techy approach with an interior that’s packed with the latest kit and an incredibly high-quality finish. It’s also surprisingly roomy despite its coupe roofline, and you can have five seats if you really want. But we think if you’re considering this car, you’re not as interested in the practical elements – you’ll want it because it offers something different like the Mercedes GLE Coupe and BMW X6 offer over their counterparts.

While the superfast Turbo GT will undoubtedly appeal, if your budget doesn’t stretch to more than £140,000, we’d usher you in the direction of the E-Hybrid. The V6 engine it uses still sounds fantastic and it feels every inch the Porsche in the way it drives and handles, but the electric motor gives it an element of environmental-friendliness (ish) that means you can pootle around town with no tailpipe emissions.

What we like

There isn't a dud choice in the range. All are well-made and brilliant to drive, regardless of which engine you opt for.

What we don't like

It’s very easy to spend a fortune on extras as Porsche leaves a lot of equipment on the options list, so spec your car carefully or you’ll end up with one with a surprisingly high list price.

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