Hamann, the German tuners have debuted the Guardian, styled on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, and released at the Geneva Auto Show. The front apron features integrated fog lights and LED daytime lights, as well as large air inlets; the carbon bonnet is lightweight and boosts engine ventilation with a power dome slip. The Cayenne is widened by 120 mm in front and 160 mm in back by side skirts and fender extensions. A gray and black paint theme with new wheels were installed for a custom look. Two large exhaust pipes are centrally mounted on the rear apron, which also boasts an integrated diffuser. An air filter, catalysts, sport exhaust system, and silencer are used to boost power. An ECU remap works with the hardware to increase the V8 twin-turbo engine output up to a full 550 PS.
The Cayenne, furbished by Hamann, has a ceramic sport break system and is fitted with ultra-light forged rims, 11J x 23-inch, wrapped in Dunlop Sport Maxx. The Guardian is lowered an additional 35 mm by means of a sport suspension module. Hamann finishes the interior with leather upholstery, complete with seat and dash stitched embroideries. The steering wheel is ergonomically refined and includes an airbag, while the center console and instrument panel have been updated with carbon trims.