Porsche Cayenne Diesel by SpeedART

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

Porsche Cayenne Diesel has been given a comprehensive performance makeover by Germany-based tuning specialist SpeedART dubbed the TITAN DTR 310. The upgrades involve modifications to its engine, chassis, and interior. To start with, three different power kits (280 hp, 290 hp and 310 hp) are offered for the 240 HP 3.0-liter V6 diesel.

The first two engine packages include a retuned ECU while the third version adds a larger turbo. Pricing for the power kit ranges from €1,990 or about $2,800.

A main feature of the TITAN DTR 310 is the new sport exhaust system especially made for the V6 diesel and a lowering module for the air suspension or alternatively, a fully adjustable sport suspension plus 22-inch alloy wheels shod in 275 or 295/30 ZR22 tires.

The TITAN DTR 310 has been treated with a full bodykit that includes a front spoiler with additional fog lights, side skirts, day time running lights and head light covers plus a new rear apron.

A bespoke interior was created using a variety of premium upholstery and sporty accessories. Alcantara now dominates the dashboard, center armrest and door panels with contrasting yellow stitches while the same material has been used on the new three-spoke steering wheel with F1-shit paddles.

The new turbo-boost gauge top of the center console, the specific floor mats and the yellow-colored instrument dials complete the interior package.

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