Porsche Cayenne Tubo Techart Magnum-15

German aftermarket specialist, TechArt has just released its newest Magnum aftermarket programme for the facelifted Porsche Cayenne. Since its inception in 2004, three Magnum generations have already come about, and this fourth one sees the Porsche Cayenne Turbo receive visual enhancements and a power boost.

In the front, the Cayenne gets a full-piece TechArt Magnum front apron, a redesigned central air intake grille, a three-part front splitter and a carbon-fibre bonnet with two air-outlets. On the sides, it’s fitted with extended wheel arches for the front and rear, along with matching side skirts.

The back comes with a rear diffuser that allows for the quad-exhausts to be arranged neatly, while a roof-mounted spoiler and rear door spoiler trim is also part of the package. The tailpipes are made out of carbon-fibre that surrounds the stainless steel pipes. Wheels are lightweight 22-inch Formula IV rims with a red trim to complement the brake calipers.

Power-wise, the engine enhancement kit comprises of TechArt components. Items include a high performance exhaust manifold, turbochargers with ball bearing compressor/turbine shafts, optimised oil and water pipes and sport air filters. It also gets a ‘Techtronic’ engine management system which works together with the standard ECU.

The custom twin-turbo 4.8 litre V8 engine now produces uprated power figures of 700 hp and 920 Nm of torque over 520 hp and 750 Nm in its original state of tune, in the standard Cayenne Turbo. From 0-100 km/h, the modified Cayenne achieves the sprint in 4.1 seconds and tops out at 295 km/h. A TechArt Air Suspension Module can also be specified.

TechArt offers handcrafted interior items that can be customised to one’s liking. Choices include natural leather hides, carbon-fibre surfaces and TechArt sport steering wheels in different colours and materials. Furthermore, personalised instrument dials, sports pedals and lighted and personalised door entry guards are also part of the interior customisation options.

So guys, performance enhancements aside, what do you think of the Cayenne’s wild looks?


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