Posts Tagged ‘enco tuning’

ENCO Audi Q5

Thursday, March 18th, 2010:


Recently the tuners from ENCO Exclusive released the modified Audi Q7, and have now turned to the Audi Q5 for upgrades. The new program features several styling improvements with a body kit based off the big brother Q7. This aerodynamic kit consists of a new bumper with large blackened air inlets, new hood, rear skirt, rear spoiler, and LED daytime running lights in the front. Integrated in the new rear bumper are oval exhaust pipes coming from the Audi Q5 V12 TDI engine. A brand new set of silver monoblock wheels from the ENCO “Jura” style were installed, and measure 22×10, which come wrapped in Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires sized 285/30/22.

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ENCO Audi Q7

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010:

ENCO Audi Q7

Trimming up the new Audi Q7 3.0 TDI SUV has been accomplished by the tuners at ENCO Exclusive with several interior and exterior modifications. This comes to us at the perfect time, given Audi has recently launched their latest commercial taking a show at BMW. The commercial states that three of Audi’s more popular cars, the S4, A6, and Q5 have all beaten their close rival BMW, in three straight Car and Driver comparison tests. With the styling added to this Audi Q7, it could probably be added to that list if your pockets are deep enough to handle the prices.

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ENCO Gladiator 700GT Porsche Cayenne Biturbo

Friday, October 9th, 2009:


The factory Porsche Cayenne twin turbo V8 produces 500 hp, and that is nothing compared to the ENCO Gladiator 700 GT Biturbo. Featuring a full roll cage inside, carbon fiber racing seats, and so much body work to make Jenna Jameson seem natural, the Porsche Cayenne was also boosted to 690 horsepower. This car is definitely not a sleeper, with its red rims, an additional 190 horses, and revised front end that looks mean as hell. The Gladiator Porsche Cayenne has been lavished with carbon fiber throughout, and the fancy 23″ wheels fit nicely with the large fender flares. Now the need for a full roll cage on a Porsche Cayenne, I think they went a little overboard with this one.

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