Porsche unveiled the new generation Cayenne a few months ago and we have already seen a couple of tuning kits from Lumma Design andTechArt for the luxury SUV. Now, Je Design has taken the Cayenne under their tuning wing and provided a small addition to the SUV.

Je Design is offering a sporty 22" 5-spokes-rim in 4 color-versions with a bolt circle of 5/130, an offset of 55, and a fix bored center hole. A perfect mounting with original wheel-bolts is guaranteed.

The wheels available are the SMVP (black matte / front polished), CSSVP (shadow-silver / front polished), GSGHP (graphite-silver glossy / lip polished) and GSMHP (graphite-silver matte / lip polished).

We can only imagine that this is a small preview to a more elaborate kit to be provided by Je Design. They can’t possibly think we would be satisfied with this one little add-on.

In case they do decide to boost up the engine in the Porsche Cayenne, they will be starting off with the standard engines available. The standard version is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine with an output of 300hp; the diesel one gets a 240 bhp , 405 lb-ft 3-liter V6 engine; S version gets a 4.8-liter V8 with 400 hp; and finally the top version, Cayenne Turbo is powered by a 4.8-liter V8 biturbo with an impressive 500 hp.

Let’s wait and see if they provide us with more power candy.

  • 2011 Porsche Cayenne by Je Design
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  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

Looks hot, sounds hot, handles better, is quicker, and much better mpg, sounds like every reason a current owner could need to upgrade, well played porsche.

  (347) posted on 06.11.2010

this is the most simpliest form of cayenne.. but to be honest I like it being simple.

  (359) posted on 06.11.2010

well they hasn’t touched it’s exterior looks.. they just changed the stock wheels to 5 spoke wheels.

  (512) posted on 06.10.2010

hmm IMO its design is blunt styling doesn’t try to be pretty; it’s all about aggression

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