2010 Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid by speedART

We’ve said this before; we don’t know why environmentally-conscious people would even look into beefing up their hybrid, but apparently there are some people who are interested in juicing up the horsepower on the Cayenne S Hybrid while still maintaining a "green" state of mind. Back in June, Cargraphic came out with a performance package for the Cayenne Hybrid and now SpeedArt has prepared one. Of course both tuners started by updating the engine’s performances, but SpeedArt actually gave us some numbers. The Cayenne Hybrid’s V6 engine has been updated to deliver 450 HP and 570 NM from a lollygagging 380 bhp and 427 lb-ft of torque. The result is a sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 6 seconds and a top speed of 156 mph.

The package also includes a a sport exhaust with sound switch and 2x100 mm tail pipes, as well as 22" wheels type LSC-FORGED. The car’s exterior is completed by a sporty blue foliation combined with a white base color. The tuner is also preparing two different body kits.

Along with these other additions, SpeedArt will also include a new air-ride system and an electronic lowering kit module for the Cayenne. For the compressor motor, a special turbo pressure gauge will be mounted on the car’s dashboard, so that turbo pressure can be observed all the time.

This package for the Porsche Cayenne Hybrid seems to be a lot more complete than the previous one provided by CarGraphic. Pricing has not yet been released, but we imagine that if people were to actually supe up their hybrid, they would want the works no matter what the cost.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

The latest innovation of the Porsche Tuner speedART from Rutesheim near Stuttgart is called speedHYBRID( 450 which is based on the new Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid. Please find attached an overview on the Tuning activities done by speedART:

speedART offers for the V6 compressor engine a power enhancement with additional 70 HP, so that the system effort (petrol engine with electric motor) rises up to 450 HP and 570 NM. Regarding the
performance, the effort of the speedHYBRID( 450 is much better than the one of the Cayenne S. The speed-up decreases from 6.5 Sec. down to 6.0 Sec. and the maximum speed rises up to 252 Km/h. This means a plus of 10 Km/h compared to the original Cayenne S Hybrid and a plus of 22 Km/h compared to the usual V6.

Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid by speedART

The electric mode stays unaffected by the power enhancement. The speedHYBRID( can be driven in the Zero-Emission-Mode as economical and as efficient as the original Cayenne Hybrid. Of course the function of the Sport- and the E-Power-Button stays the same, only that, when needed 70 hp more power for a sporty drive are available.

speedART offers for the Hybrid a sport exhaust with sound switch and 2x100 mm tail pipes. This highlights the sportive sound of the V6-compressor and the power enhancement gets also acoustically underlined. The sport exhaust system with sound switch can be ordered for all Cayenne models with petrol engine. A sport exhaust system for the Diesel is also availiable.

In combination with the sporty driving performance 22“wheels, type LSC-FORGED will be mounted. This forged and weight optimized modular 3-piece wheel set is available for the front axle with 9,5x22“ and 275/30 ZR22“ tyres and for the rear axle with 11x22“ and 315/30 ZR22“. The painting of the centre star can be individually chosen by the customer. Due to the special forging technology the weight of the LSC-wheels is on the same level as the weight of a cast 21“ wheel, so that there is no higher consumption caused by the bigger wheels.

Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid by speedART

The innovative speedHYBRID(-concept is underlined by the sporty blue foliation, which causes together with the white base colour a sporty, modern and environment friendly image.
Two different body kits for the new Cayenne models are in preparation and will be presented contemporary, so that individual customer choices can be satisfied.

For cars with air-ride system an electronic lowering kit module will be offered and for cars with conventional suspension lowering springs can be ordered.

For the compressor motor a special turbo pressure gauge will be mounted on the car dashboard, so that turbo pressure can be observed all the time. Of course this is used in combination with a blue instrumental dial, which replaces also the grey instrumental dial of the centre rev counter from the original tachometer.


The diesel version of this car is perfect.

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