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 Swiss tuning firm Sportec has released a new package for the Porsche Cayenne II Turbo called the SP580. First, the engine customizations consist of an ECU reprogramming to increase the 4.8-liter V8 turbo engine to 580 PS and 700 Nm of torque. At the track, the results show a 0 to 100 km/h acceleration time of 4.4 seconds, while the top speed was improved to 285 km/h. The turbo Porsche Cayenne is now able to handle these speeds with beefed up 6-piston calipers up front, 4-piston calipers at the rear, and new vented brake discs.
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.
Showcased at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, the new Porsche Cayenne presented by Techart stationed in Germany, turned heads with its stylish transformation. For all you tuners out there, the new Cayenne is offered with a variety of upgrades for the interior, exterior, and even the engine compartment. In an effort to enhance the driving experience and amplify a custom vision, Techart has presented their new exterior design to add elegance, yet hold the bold sporty look of the Cayenne. This awesome Porsche SUV can also be fitted with the Formula, Formula II, and III forged alloy wheels (20-23 inch). As far as power goes, Techart has outdone themselves with the polished stainless steel sport tailpipes along with a carbon fiber cover.
Vivid Racing has announced the latest car tuning news about the Balrog Porsche Cayenne aero kit, which they will be the official USA distributor of. Created by the French designer, Jeremie Paret, the new body kit for the Porsche Cayenne Turbo will offer owners a new way of life. This aggressive and punchy wide body aero kit adds a touch of elegance, while at the same time, the huge front grille looks to eat up the competition. The Balrog aero kit features a front bumper with genuine Cayenne Turbo side lights, and fog lights with angel eyes. At the same time, this large front bumper provides better cooler for the intercoolers and brakes as well.
Here we have the Stormster based off the Porsche Cayenne, and it is the first electric SUV brought to us by eRUF Automobile. eRUF has revealed their latest work on the SUV after unveiling the first electric sports car back in October 2008. This will be their third installment of an electric vehicle that is powered by a Siemens Technology electric unit. The numbers are remarkable for being completely electric, showing 367 bhp, which is the same as the previous Greenster Porsche model. Debuting at the European Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, the Porsche Cayenne SUV will be displayed from December 7th to the 18th of this month.
A few days ago Gemballa released a new tuning kit for the Porsche Cayenne called the GT500 Aero 3 package. The German tuners created the Aero 3 kit consisting of several new body pieces to give it an aggressive look with added aerodynamics. Included in the package is a redesigned front bumper, side skirts, and rear bumper all featuring unique air inlets. In the lower section of the front bumper are daytime running hidden behind the grille, and Gemballa painted the Porsche Cayenne an intense red. Even though it doesn’t appear to be lowered, the tuning firm installed an electronic lowering kit to improve the stance and handling.
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.