Geneva 2011 – Mansory Porsche Cayenne – rpmGo.com

Mansory Porsche Cayenne

Another tuning program for the Porsche Cayenne has been revealed this month at the 81st edition of the Geneva Motor Show. Unfortunately, this one has been made by Mansory, known for their awful tuning programs. Following the same recipe, this one looks very ugly, regardless of the angle from where you look at it.

Mansory Porsche Cayenne

This outrageous widebody kit has been made out of carbon fiber and consists of a new bonnet, updated fascias, and modified side skirts and, along with wheel arch extensions. The back of this SUV got a new more prominent diffuser and two spoilers.

Mansory Porsche Cayenne

They’ve added a sport module for the air suspension that has the possibility to lower the Cayenne’s ride height by up to 45 mm.  As you can see from these images, the car rolls on massive 22-inch forged alloy rims – the only good thing about this tuning program as far as the exterior look is concerned.

Mansory Porsche Cayenne

Under the bonnet, the engineers over at Mansory fitted the Cayenne’s V8 4.8-liter engine with a power pack that adds bigger turbochargers, a reprogrammed ECU, along with a new stainless steel sport exhaust system. Thanks to these modifications, the power plant is capable of outputting 680 hp (690 PS / 140 kW) and 590 lb.-ft (800 Nm), which is 187 hp (190 PS / 140 kW) and 74 lb.-ft (100 Nm) more than the standard engine has to offer. With these improvements, the Cayenne can sprint to 60 mph in only 4.4 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).

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