A few months ago, Merdad – one of our favorite tuning firms in the world – unveiled the first details on their new project for the Porsche Cayenne. Chopping off two of its doors, Merdad turned the Cayenne into a sharper looking coupe by making the necessary adjustments to compensate for the loss of the two doors.

The Cayenne 902 Coupe is not different. As with a lot of their recent works with the Cayenne, Merdad used a comprehensive styling kit with new aerodynamic parts that are complemented by an electronic lowering module and accentuated by a set of 22” alloy wheels that comes in a choice of either black or silver colors. Merdad also took the Cayenne’s interior and dressed it up to the nines by adding black leather and red Alcantara with new trims and a sports steering wheel.

The UK-based tuning firm also tweaked and fine-tuned the Cayenne’s engine with a variety of engine upgrades, bumping up the SUV’s output – depending on the program – to 550 horsepower and all the way up to 750 horsepower. The top-end version of the Cayenne 902 is expected to hit a staggering 0-60 mph time of just a little over four seconds – 4.4 seconds, to be exact.

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne 902 Coupe by Merdad
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    2011
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13 comments:

  (374) posted on 08.12.2011

The speed performance of the car is quite impressive! The 750 hp on the car is similar to a sporstcar! I wonder if there’s any SUV that produces the same amount?

  (256) posted on 08.12.2011

Cayenne is one of the best SUV that was being offer in the market. The styling of the car is quite impressive as well as its speed performance. And it seems that its faster in terms of 0-60 mph.

  (291) posted on 07.12.2011

his car has been the replacement of the Cajun since it was pulled out suddenly for modification. It doesn’t have a good sale in the market. Recently, I don’t know if there’s a active production for this vehicle.

  (392) posted on 07.12.2011

I think the coupe version of this car looks sportier compare to their SUV edition. However, I haven’t seen more details on its exterior though I was impressed with the speed performance of this car and how this tuners boost its power output.

  (762) posted on 03.11.2011

That would be the most terrible design of Porsche that I have ever seen! I think they should hire a better designer than what they have now! I don’t can’t see any good styling on this car!

  (409) posted on 01.5.2011

Frankly, it looks to me like a SUV for showing off. And since they are planing to make a new one with two doors, that justifies my theory even more.

  (341) posted on 01.4.2011

We’ve had 2-door SUV’s for a long time before the whole 4-door coupe thing, and I love 2-door ’Utes. This one is surprisingly well-proportioned at that; almost similar to my ’02 Si in shape.

  (461) posted on 01.4.2011

2-door SUVs have been around forever. In recent memory, Blazers, Tahoes, Suzuki Sidekicks, early RAV-4’s had 2-door options, and who can forget about the infamous Bronco? The list goes on.

  (70) posted on 01.4.2011

Aren’t you guys getting bored to tune with big changes allot of cars? Wouldn’t be cooler to make on a platform some unique concepts? After all all you do is to blend over some concept and improve it’s engine, look and put some gadgets inside...

  (329) posted on 01.3.2011

To prepare a car for the upcoming season, it has to pass a series of crash tests. Scuderia Ferrari could now proceed with the development of its 2011 racer after the chassis for the model has recently passed the tests.

  (504) posted on 01.3.2011

As far as sporty SUVs go I quite like that; well proportioned, good colour matching and still relatively understated (when compared with recent Gemballa monstrosities).

  (367) posted on 01.2.2011

We’ve had 2-door SUV’s for a long time before the whole 4-door coupe thing, and I love 2-door ’Utes. This one is surprisingly well-proportioned at that; almost similar to my ’02 Si in shape.

  (392) posted on 01.2.2011

2-door SUVs have been around forever. In recent memory, Blazers, Tahoes, Suzuki Sidekicks, early RAV-4’s had 2-door options, and who can forget about the infamous Bronco? The list goes on.

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