Cayenne Based Magnum Introduced by TechArt

In anticipation of 2015 Essen Motor Show, TechArt posted official photos of their new Magnum based on Porsche Cayenne. The show in Essen is an international gathering of tuning houses where they display their wildest concepts and designs.

Judging by the images, the new Magnum will feature side air intakes, carbon fiber splitter, restyled bumpers and new grille. The Magnum wears 22-inch by TechArt and has lower suspension that improves handling.


Some sources say that it will also feature some performance upgraded, but there is not much info about it at the moment.


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Someone should tell Mansory that Porsche Cayenne is not ugly

Mansory has applied his aesthetic treatment to the Cayenne. We wonder if it was … too much.

If you’ve seen at least one project by Mansory you know that boys have no limits when it comes to tuning. Each tuner has a certain vision and the one of those from Mansory appears to be a result of a mixing illegal powder, caviar and champagne.

There were times when a tuned Cayenne was somehow a joy for the eyes, because it lost the forms that looked like a result of Porsche 911 allergy from an attack by wild bees. No it did not become more beautiful, but at least it was aggressive.

But the Cayenne grew up in recent years, so now it doesn’t look as good when loaded with carbon fiber.

So we ask: Does Cayenne need radical aesthetic changes?

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Porsche Cayenne Turbo S has accepted the challenge of the Range Rover and comes with a new record on the Nurburgring! (VIDEO)

Some time ago those from Range Rover have presented the model Sport Range Rover SVR, the performance version of the model RR Sport.

It comes equipped with a 542 horsepower V8 engine, and to show everyone that it is a hard car or even a better model of the Porsche Cayenne, has achieved the Nurburgring record becoming the fastest SUV in the world on this circuit.

The answer from Porsche was simply not expected, the Germans put up the best performing model in the Cayenne range – Turbo S. It is powered by a 4.8 l V8 volume capable of delivering 570 hp and 800 Nm of torque! The performances are best in class sprint 0-100 km / h is achieved in 4.1 seconds. And the top speed is 284 km / h! In response to the challenge, the Cayenne Turbo S has managed to complete a lap at Nurburgring in 7: 59.74 minutes and 14 seconds faster than the Range Rover Sport SVR. The difference of 14 seconds is extremely high if we talk about racing, so Porsche Cayenne Turbo S is the fastest SUV in the World Series at Nurburgring!

Those of Range Rover Sport remain only to make more effort to remove a model as fast and a ride as good as the Cayenne Turbo S!

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Porsche may expand its range with a five-door coupé version of Cayenne

Fighting in the SUV Coupe is becoming increasingly interesting. When Mercedes announced a coupe version of the ML, now Porsche has similar plans. The Brits from Autocar announced that Porsche Cayenne could receive a five-door coupé version in 2018.

That version will be promoted as a proposal sporty Cayenne range and is already in an advanced stage, said the sources from Porsche brand, quotes for publication in the United Kingdom.

The future Cayenne coupe will be based on the Volkswagen Group MLB platform, which it will share with six other SUVs of the conglomerate in Wolfsburg. Until then, is expected the launch of the third generation of the Cayenne, scheduled for 2017.

Coupé version of the German SUV would bring impressive volumes, since it is prepared to fight in a segment of the growing, being approached by Mercedes-Benz, Range Rover and BMW.

However, it could jeopardize the exclusivity of the German mark because a few want more Porsche models in this category. Cayenne coupe version has not yet received approval for production in the Governing Board of the German mark.