Porsche Cayenne Tuned By Mansory, But Is It Really For The Better?
Power grows to 690 hp.
Mansory has made a name for itself by churning out eccentric aftermarket packages for a variety of high-end models. Its latest kit is no exception as the Porsche Cayenne has received a wild body kit with some questionable add-ons you can also slap onto the so-called “Coupe” version of Stuttgart’s performance SUV.
By far the most obvious modification is the carbon fiber hood that contrasts the vividly colored bodies of the two high-riding Porsches. There’s more of the lightweight material on the front air intakes, on the front fenders, the upper section of the mirror caps, and on the side skirts. Even the wheel arches have received the carbon fiber treatment, not to mention the chunky roof spoiler at the back and the lower spoiler lip.
Gallery: Porsche Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe by Mansory
The Cayenne and Cayenne Coupe sit on aftermarket 23-inch alloy wheels with matte black design and come wrapped in 315/25 R23 high-performance Continental tires. Inside, Mansory used the “finest leather” to cover nearly all of the visible surfaces while adding loads of carbon fiber accents and an Alcantara headliner.
It wouldn’t be a complete tuning package without some serious horsepower gains. Mansory can extract as much as 690 hp (515 kW) and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) from the V8. The added oomph achieved via a remapped ECU and a modified exhaust system unlocks a 0 to 62 mph (100 km/h) sprint in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).
Prepare for an avalanche of cars modified by Mansory as the German tuner recently announced plans to work on the Audi RS Q8, Porsche Taycan, and a trio of Ferrari models – F8 Tributo, Portofino, and the 812 Superfast.
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