Lumma Design has come up with accessories and performance upgrades for the new Porsche Cayenne Diesel. Lumma added a D-Box to the 3.0-litre V6 oil burner, which increases power from the standard 240 hp to 276 hp. Maximum torque jumps from 550 Nm to 630 Nm – all substantial gains. The tuner says that the increased torque can contribute to fuel savings as engine is more efficient at low speeds.
The new Cayenne’s exterior has not been changed by much apart from headlight masks, new light alloys (choose from 22-inch sports wheels or 23-inch two-tone mono wheels with moulded spokes) and twin exhaust deflectors made from burnished chrome plated stainless steel that complements the quad 90 mm tail pipes.
The interior sees the use of matte aluminium sill plates, aluminium/rubber pedals, and floor mats with leather edging. There is also the option of an optics engine package consisting of red covers and a metal crest that features prominently in the engine bay.
The second-generation Cayenne has been launched in Malaysia by Sime Darby Auto Performance, and the range includes the RM560,000 Diesel and RM720,000 Cayenne S Hybrid for the first time. The join the V6 engined base model (RM550K, which makes the diesel look very good value), RM680K Cayenne S and the range topping Cayenne Turbo, which is yours for RM940K. We’ve driven the new Cayenne already – click here for the report and gallery.
More pics after the jump.
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