If you think this new tuning package looks a bit familiar then you get some extra points for your attention to detail. SpeedART’s talented engineers have put together a wide body kit for the Porsche Cayenne that is the most delectable package we’ve seen for the SUV, which is exactly what we said about it when SpeedArt first revealed it in 2010. To be fair, the new kit isn’t exactly the same. In fact, the small additions they have made change the look of the vehicle even more so than the original. The new Titan-EVO-XL 600 package is set to be revealed at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, but here are a few details to mull over until that time.

SpeedArt’s new tuning kit is based on the Cayenne Turbo and, as its name suggests, updates to the engine allow the SUV to get 600 HP (up from a standard 500 HP) and 627 lbs-ft of torque. Adding to the package is a new flashy bodykit with striping similar to the Porsche 997 GT3 RS MkII and many other new components, including new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, and a new exhaust system. Finishing the sporty look of the Cayenne is a new set of 23-inch forged alloy wheels.

The interior of the Porsche also sees some modifications such as new carbon shell-type seats and a multi-media-unit with an iPad and iPod-docking-station.

More details on the Porsche Cayenne Titan-EVO-XL 600 by speedART will be unveiled as the Geneva Motor Show draws near, so stay tuned!

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  (647) posted on 06.2.2011

The good thing is the power is not that disappointing from a original SUV car.
However, I just don’t get the connection of the stripes on this car, is not really a racing or
muscle car..right?

  (445) posted on 06.2.2011

Wow! The racing car version of Cayenne distinguish from its production version.
As expected it has an impressive power output. However, I don’t like the white and red theme of this car, I prefer other color.

  (559) posted on 03.9.2011

Totally Agreed and i used to buy Porsche Cayenne this month.
I love that car for it’s totally innovated design. I will post a comment after a month, for how does it works for me.

  (409) posted on 03.9.2011

Well i guess this would take Porsche car lovers to the next level and i think this is the coolest car for joy rides.

  (46) posted on 02.18.2011

This is a very good tuning. Very nice details. Probably they should try to make one without the red, even if the red helps making it cooler for some people.

  (89) posted on 02.18.2011

Extremely nice rims! The rest is poor!

  (592) posted on 02.17.2011

Aren’t those wheels from the 918? The look is too "busy" and cluttered. How does the boost affect the hybrid’s fuel economy?

  (797) posted on 02.17.2011

Using PIA for headlights is so old school . this design lacks real depth of thought. those scoops at the bumper aren’t to cohesive. Same goes for the diffuser from 3/4 angle looks like a freaking kit car.

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