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Mansory Chopster Limited Edition at Frankfurt Motor Show


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The final generation of the Limited Edition Mansory Chopster is about to be released at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Tuning the Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is not an easy task, but the new Chopster by Mansory is even more stunning and full of exclusive customizations. Mastering the body styling, Mansory also adjusted the aerodynamic components to go along with the 710 hp. It is a true state-of-the-art vehicle with carbon fiber pieces throughout to optimize the performance. This lightens the automobile, improves acceleration, handling, fuel consumptions, and reduces the braking distance. Apart from the lightweight body materials, this Porsche Cayenne Turbo S received a complete engine makeover for the already powerful V8.

The modified Porsche V8 now produces 710 hp and 900 Nm of torque, with a top speed of 302 km/h. This comes from engine tuning, ECU optimization tuning, and a sport exhaust system to perfect the engine upgrades. For the dynamic appearance, and proper handling characteristics, Mansory installed forged 23×11 mono block wheels with Dunlop Sport Maxx GT tires measuring 315/25/23 in size. An air suspension was installed with a sport module that can lower the car up to 45 millimeters if the customer desires.

Of course Mansory had to give the Chopster the complete package with an interior design showing great comfort. New leather with decorative stitching is a highlight to the flawless interior. In the center lies two monitors with a DVD player, laptop, and an internet connection. They even redesigned the steering wheel, added aluminum pedals, and extra carbon fiber pieces throughout the interior for the exquisite Mansory Chopster.

[Source: automobilesreview]

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