Porsche slays the road with its new Cayenne GTS Coupe

Customers were unimpressed when it dropped its V8 engine. They can rest easy — it’s back

When it comes to fast SUVs you’re really spoilt for choice these days. BMW. Range Rover. Mercedes-Benz. Jaguar. Audi. Alfa Romeo. Practically every manufacturer worth its salt is churning out some kind of stilted sports car that can dispatch weekly grocery runs and sneaky back-road debauchery sessions with equal aplomb. All while offering a nice elevated seating position (apparently this is what modern motorists crave), luxurious amenities and easy seating for a family of four. It’s an attractive proposition all right: one that has proven to be something of a lucrative cash cow for car makers with their irons in the fire. Just ask Porsche. Sales of their sporty SUV models are pretty much what allow this Zuffenhausen-based firm to pursue more indulgent automotive treats, such as the incredible 911 GT2 RS...

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