Geneva 2011 – Hamann Guardian – rpmGo.com

Hamann Guardian

The German tuner Hamann brought this week to Geneva their latest project. Dubbed Guardian, it is based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo and comes with a wide-body aerodynamic kit that includes a new front apron, updated bonnet, aggressive side skirts, a rear apron and a new diffuser in the back. The side wings widen the SUV by 120 mm at the front axle and 160 mm at the rear one.

Hamann Guardian

It also sports those imposing 120 mm centrally-mounted twin tailpipes part of the new sport exhaust system, that were integrated into the rear diffuser.

Hamann Guardian

The standard V8 twin-turbo 4.8-liter of the Cayenne packs 493 hp (500 PS / 368 kW) and with the tweaks made by Hamann, it now produces 544 hp (550 PS / 405 kW) and 568 lb.-ft (770 Nm) of torque. The car needs only 4.6 seconds to reach 60 mph, before hitting a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).

Hamann Guardian

The new suspension module installed lowers the Cayenne by 35 mm and to round up the tuning program, they’ve installed new massive 23-inch rims and in the cabin, they’ve used leather, carbon trims and a sport steering wheel.

Source: Hamann via WCF

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