SpeedART Develops TITAN EVO bodykit for the Porsche Cayenne

At this week's Essen Motor Show, SpeedART will present a new bodykit called the TITAN EVO, which will be available for all second-generation Cayenne models, including the hybrid. In addition, there are also going to be a host of other mods available, such as mechanical and interior upgrades.
The TITAN EVO bodykit adds new front and rear bumpers, widened wheel arches and lowered side skirts. Furthermore, the German tuner replaced the standard exhaust with a twin-pipe system featuring a sound control on the hybrid and the Cayenne Turbo-based versions. Engineers didn't forget about the Cayenne Diesel, which can be also fitted with a sport exhaust system, albeit without the sound switch.
The Germans really went overboard with the wheels, offering 23-inch forged alloys, shod in ultra-wide 315/25 tires. They used special forging techniques, which make the over-sized alloys lighter than their cast 21-inch counterparts.
If more power is your game, SpeedART offers an extensive range of upgrades. Starting with the diesel model, the V6's output is lifted by 50 hp and 70 Nm (52 lb-ft).
As previously reported, the Cayenne S Hybrid gets +70 hp and +50 Nm (37 lb-ft), for a maximum output of 450 hp and 630 Nm (465 lb-ft). It accelerates from standstill to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 5.9 seconds, same as the V8-powered Cayenne S.
Last but not least, the Turbo can be ordered with 550, 570 or 600 horsepower.
Clients who specified the stock Cayenne with air suspension can opt for a speedART electronic lowering module, while the conventional suspension can be upgraded with sport springs and coil-overs.
By consulting with the customers, speedART says it can modify the interior of the car to match almost any wish. But to give them an idea of what can be done, the car displayed at the Essen Motor Show will have sport seats with carbon fiber shells and special interior colors, alongside a rear-seat entertainment system with integrated iPad and iPhone docking station.
By Csaba Daradics