Finally, here's the Mansory that we all know and love. Aggressive styling, loads of carbon fiber and a statement-making piece of machinery. Porsche's 2011 redesigned Cayenne is Mansory's newest subject and we are more than happy to grant it our seal of approval. Every aspect of the 2011 Porsche Cayenne has been overhauled by Mansory, converting the Cayenne Turbo to a real street machine, pumping out 690-hp (compared to 500-hp stock).
The additional horsepower is provided thanks to larger turbos, a reprogrammed ECU, large air intakes and a stainless steel exhaust system. In addition to the performance modifications, Mansory's Porsche Cayenne has been outfitted with an extremely aggressive styling package sporting new front and rear bumper add-ons, side skirts and widebody fender extensions. The front end is widened about 2.36-inches while the rear sports a 3.15-inch wider stance.
Carbon fiber goods come in the form of a new hood while the exterior also sports new LED daytime running lights. In addition, Mansory offers an air suspension module to lower the vehicle 1.77-inches. Mansory can outfit the Cayenne with 21-, 22- and 23-inch rims. No pricing was announced.
Official press release available after the break.
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