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2011 Porsche Cayenne Diesel by TechArt


TechArt ’s bread and butter is clearly found on the latest models in Porsche’s lineup. This German tuner has updated a never-ending list of Porsches and the Cayenne seems to be the vehicle of choice. Their latest kit is for the diesel variant and features their old Magnum package with a power increase to boot.

The star of the show is the new TechTronic power kit TA 058/D1 that will add another 40 HP and 52 lb-ft of torque to the car’s standard 240 HP and 405 lb-ft. With a new total of 280 HP and 457 lb-ft of torque, the updated Cayenne Diesel Magnum will sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds and to 100 mph in 18.9 seconds. Top speed has been increased to 144 mph. Exploiting this new-found power is a new sport exhaust system with twin tailpipes and an embossed TECHART logotype. This ensures that the giant Porsche’s purr gets a bit more growl.

The exterior of the Cayenne Diesel is nothing new as the Magnum package first debuted at the Auto Zurich Car Show in 2010 and in many other variants throughout the years. This package puts in a front apron with two large air intakes and integrated TechArt daytime running lights, an Aero engine hood outfitted in carbon fiber with integrated air outlets, a three-part tail light trim with an integrated spoiler shape, and a new set of wheels. The interior also gets some attention with a roof mounted Entertainment Kit with an adjustable overhead monitor, a hand-made display console in leather, a 3-spoke sport steering wheel, and TechArt paddle shifters.



15 comments:

I don’t think that its 280 horsepower of this one is just enough for this SUV but anyway, I love the decent and hygienic looks of this Porsche Cayenne, and it is absolutely striking on that. smiley

The car seems to be aggressive. I do like the new hood and the rear end of the car. However, the performance is not that impressive. I think, much better if at least they will upgrade or tweak the engine of the car.

Having a 60 MPH is quite impressive since it is an SUV. I do like the idea in redesigning the car. It looks more aggressive now. The fuel economy of the car is also good for it will help our environment.

Yeah, the tuned version offered of TechArt is remarkable. It has a sporty styling and offers a loaded package for its exterior. However, it seems that it’s kind of slower in terms of 0-60 mph. 

The aftermarket version of the TechArt seems impressive! Aside from the updated exterior, I’m liking the added power output in the engine of the car. I think the horsepower of this diesel-powered car is kind of powerful!

:Promotion of diesel dependent car is a good thing but we all know that it will surely affect the performance of the car. It will lessen the speed of the car, so I’d rather choose to use a gas for my car.

I would refer the gasoline- engine for this car for its more powerful compare to diesel. Well, I guess this is not the best aftermarket version that can be found in the market so far.

IMO, the exterior seems to have a bloat loaded styling. Diesel-powered car doesn’t have a high speed performance. But Americans love to buy this version.

Thats right, a good decision was made here. And I will continue to support this project. Hopefully, we can closely check its development in other car shows.

I think that this one is probably the reason why this would likely make it big in the market. Good thing that TechArt didn’t do too much of a change on this car.

TechArt’s add ons and design really fits for the Porsche Cayenne Diesel. They made this car into a whole new model and I think this is the best of all tuned set ups for Cayenne.

Well the upgrade in the specs of this car is pretty awesome it really makes it more sporty. The diesel engine option offered makes it performing in a blasting speed.

This model is quite a successful and its a good thing that Porsche is offering other engine option for this car. I was impressed with the figure performance of this car and with its torque I bet that this would be a speed vehicle.

Oh! I thought they are going to deactivate the production of this vehicle since the Cajun is active already! IMO, the speed performance of this car is quite impressive for a diesel-powered car!

This one is actually a bit similar to the first Cayenne model that TechArt released about a year ago. The biggest difference though is in the front. This one is a bit more aggressive, compared to the previous version.

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