Topping the list of international debuts at the Frankfurt Motor Show is the a kit from TechArt for the Porsche Cayman. They have some new additions to reveal what will be part of the program that we have already seen previews for. These include a new set of 21-inch rim along with a larger rear spoiler that is adjustable for two different positions.
Wald International is teasing us this time with their new Black Bison kit for the Porsche Cayenne. These unique Black Bison Edition cars have been a big hit for the tuning firm and we are always anxious to see what’s been released when a Wald email pops up in our inbox. What we have here is the sculpting process of making the body kit, which will then be transferred to the molding phase to be put into productions. From we can see, a new aggressive front bumper with LED daytime running lights is the current focus, while wider wheel arches, side skirts, vents for the hood and spoilers will be installed as well.
Newport Convertible Engineering is at it again, this time turning a first generation Porsche Cayenne into a convertible. We never imagined this would be done to a luxury SUV, but last month they surprised us with the Range Rover Convertible. It looks like that was a huge success since 47 owners now want the tops chopped off their Range Rovers.
This Porsche Boxster is a great example of how to improve your cars styling with just a few aftermarket parts. German tuner Schmidt Revolution hooked it up with a new set of wheels and suspension kit to give it a more sporty look and help the driving dynamics. It may not be a Porsche 911, but you can’t go wrong for the price.
A new wide body kit from Prior Design has hit the tuning scene for the Porsche Cayenne. We have seen several of these popular wide body kits for this model, but this one is the most extravagant with vents all over and nice looking rear diffuser. New daytime running LED lights were placed in the front bumper and a new grille was installed that connects to the widened front fenders.