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TechArt’s 640PS Porsche Cayenne Turbo Is Wild On The Outside, Cozy Inside

TechArt’s 640PS Porsche Cayenne Turbo Is Wild On The Outside, Cozy Inside

TechArt has finally revealed their comprehensive tuning kit for the latest Porsche Cayenne, and we have to admit it is quite a looker.

On the outside, the sporty aero kit brings significant changes without looking vulgar. Highlights include the two-piece front spoiler, carbon fiber hood with air inlets, massive rear diffuser, as well as the roof spoiler doubled by a sharp trailing edge on the tailgate.

The titanium quad exhaust tips dressed in carbon fiber and TechArt‘s new 22-inch Formula V wheels with multi-spoke design spice up the premium SUV’s appearance as well. The bi-color paintwork combining a champagne metallic body with black roof and pillars also stands out visually.

The Cayenne also gets a power boost via TechArt’s Techtronic engine mapping. The power kit for the Cayenne Turbo boosts output from 550 PS (542 hp) to 640 PS (631 hp), with torque also rising from 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) to 900 Nm (664 lb-ft). The result is a supercar-like 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint of 3.7 seconds and a top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph). The V8 sound is enhanced as well, becoming deeper and more powerful thanks to the valve controlled exhaust system.

And so we get to the TechArt Porsche Cayenne’s main attraction, its cozy and luxurious interior. The German tuner collaborated with luxury couch manufacturer Rolf Benz in order to achieve an “inimitable seating comfort.” That’s due to the upholstery made from natural virgin wool fabric, a Rolf Benz specialty. TechArt claims the material is hard-wearing, breathable and dirt resistant at the same time.

The unusual upholstery is combined with color-matched leather piping, threads, and lacquer, Rolf Benz patterned cloth on the underside of the headrests, and a roof lining made entirely of black virgin wool. Even the footwell is covered in fine leather and features exclusive floor mats.


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via Carscoops

September 24, 2018 at 03:30PM


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