When Porsche announced the release of the second generation Cayenne, everyone expected to see some significant changes for the luxury SUV’s exterior. This didn’t happen so its Je Design’s job to release its new Progessor tuning kit that adds some amazing changes to the exterior look, as well as increases the total output to 610 HP (for the Turbo version).

The exterior package for the Cayenne starts with a new front skirt with optimized air intakes, two low-mounted fog lamps, and two high beam lights. The sports hood has received three air outlets for improved ventilation, while the rear of the vehicle gets four huge tailpipes (each with a diameter of 100 millimeters), a diffuser, and a side roof spoiler extension.

Under the hood, Je Design is offering a power upgrade for both the diesel and petrol versions, with the most amazing update being offered for the Turbo model. The Cayenne Turbo goes from the standard 500 to a whopping 610 HP. Next to the extra power, the tuner is also offering a pretty impressive air suspension module which can be controlled via an iPhone app. The last piece of the puzzle is a new set of 22" alloy rims offered in a Scorpio design in matte black with a silver front, or in the SUV Select Design which comes in matte black, silver shadow, or polished front and matte graphite.

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  (648) posted on 08.5.2012

Je Design didn’t fail to give the Cayenne a much improve appearance and stronger stance.

  (594) posted on 08.3.2012

This looks very impressive. It’s nice to see that Porsche can still make super-hot cars. I’m glad it’s extremely low fuel consumption, and supreme performance. The Progressor represents an essential milestone in Porsche’s strategy on the way to genuine creations. Everything will follow them in the coming years, and they need to stay ahead of the game.

  (613) posted on 08.1.2012

The tuner is also offering a pretty impressive air suspension module which can be controlled via an iPhone app.

  (347) posted on 08.1.2012

I may be the only one who never got fond of this Progressor. Its style has always been bland and at the same time, eccentric.

  (365) posted on 07.31.2012

This Progressor doesn’t show specific changes on former Cayenne.

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