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JE Design has announced a new tuning package for the Porsche Cayenne dubbed the Progressor.
Based on the Cayenne II Turbo, the Progressor features a wide body kit consisting of a gaping front fascia (available in two versions), vented hood, flared wheel arches, side skirts with door bottom panels, rear diffusor and roof spoiler.
Power upgrades are available for both the diesel and gasoline engines. IN the case of this Turbo model with the 4.8-liter V8 power output has increased from 550 hp to 610 hp.
The chassis is upgraded with an lowering air suspension module which even comes with an iPhone app for remote control. Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) damping system is retained. Footwear comes in 10x22-inch alloy rims with 295/30 R 22 size tires in conjunction with 60/80mm (front/rear) wheel spacers.
The full Progressor package, which includes installation, paint work, vehicle inspection, lowering and a complete set of 22-inch wheels with wheel spacers costs 28,038 euros.
More details and a la carte pricing in the press release below.

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If you’re looking for something that will turn your Porsche Cayenne from a luxury SUV into a tuned mess of scoops and wings, you’ve probably won the lottery. But even so, a customer is a customer, and where there’s a need there’s also JE Design.

The tuner has created a package it calls the “Progressor” for the second generation Cayenenne Turbo. This adds a big front intake, a ventilated hood, flared wheel arches, side skirts and a big diffuser.

To top it all off, the cosmetic side benefits from a set of 10x22-inch alloy rims with 295/30 R 22 tires. Thankfully, they’ve kept the Active Suspension Management, so the ride shouldn’t be so bad.

On the performance side of things, the Turbo’s 4.8-liter V8 now offers 610 horsepower instead of 550 hp.

But really, comparing this to a stock Cayenne, you begin to realize this is not the sort of car you need to mess with. leave that to the Golf GTIs and the Corollas.

❐ Check out the Porsche Cayenne Progressor photo gallery

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