Gemballa is on the car tuning block again with the Porsche Cayenne and their GT Aero kits. This time they have released the all new GT Aero 2 package for the second generation Porsche Cayenne 958. This kit was specifically designed to build onto the previous Aero 1 which consisted of new front and rear bumpers along with a roof spoiler.
The second generation of the Porsche Cayenne has been impressive, however the tuners from SpeedART have made it even more appealing. It was announced earlier this year, and now the Porsche Cayenne Titan EVO-XL 600 package is on sale. The longtime Porsche tuning firm started off with a wide body kit consisting of a new front apron, fender flares, rear apron, diffuser, side skirts, and a roof spoiler. A two-tone paint scheme along with 22 or 23-inch lightweight alloy rims complete the exterior styling.
The guys at Mansory were one of the most active tuning companies releasing new projects at the Geneva Motor Show. Besides the Mercedes SLS and Ferrari 458 Siracusa, we now have the Porsche Cayenne Turbo SUV from Mansory. A wide-body kit was installed to make the truck more aggressive, and consists of many carbon fiber parts. A new bonnet, side skirts, and rear diffuser were fitted perfectly, along with new 22-inch black rims. Under the hood, performance tuning was a top priority and done right by Mansory.
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.
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.