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SpeedArt Porsche Cayenne Titan EVO-XL 600


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Check out the 2011 Porsche Cayenne Titan EVO-XL 600, the latest offering from the SpeedART tuning company. It will be unveiled in March at the Geneva Motor Show, instead of the more expected Essen Motor Show. The Cayenne Titan EVO-XL may remind consumers of a previous car, and indeed the XL is a hint that it is the Titan EVO in a wider-body version. We’re not to sure about the exterior graphics on this Porsche, however the performance numbers speak for themselves. Hit the jump for more information and pictures.

When you buy the tuning kit for your car, it should include a rear bumper, a front bumper, a bespoke roof spoiler, and extra wide fender flares with matching side skirts. To help create the new look a massive set of forged alloy wheels, standing at 23 inches, with 315/25 ZR23 tires compliment the new appearance as they work with a lowering kit. Carbon shell-type seats and a multi-media-unit with iPad and iPod-docking-station are just a few of the customizations provided by SpeedART, which are available for the Cayenne’s interior.

A standard power kit is provided by the German tuning firm for use with the Porsche Cayenne’s 4.8-liter V8 turbo engine. The kit is made up of an ECU tune, a modified exhaust system that includes an optional switch for the use of controlling the exhaust note. This helps increase the output from 500HP and 516 lb-ft to 600HP and 627 lb-ft. According to spokespeople with SpeedART, they’re working on a kit to lift output another 100HP to 700-horsepower for the Porsche Cayenne.

[Source: carscoop]

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