Preview: 2011 Porsche Cayenne Magnum by Techart

Article by Christian A., on October 8, 2010

As you may know already Techart is one of the best Porsche tuners on the market and all the fans now that the Magnum tuning programme did quite a job for the Cayenne (you can see the old model here). Now, everybody is waiting for the new model and Techart knows this. Due to this fact it released the first photo and details regarding the new kit.

The new Magnum kit developed for the 2011 Porsche Cayenne comes with a front apron with two large air intakes, integrated Techart daytime running lights as well as an additional xenon double headlamp unit and air ducts. These air ducts, which supply the front brakes with optimal fresh air, also let you see the power and agility of the Magnum in an instant.

Furthermore, the new hood made of carbon fibre with integrated air outlets ensures proper engine heat dissipation and continues the aggressive design. The car also features new side sills and trims on all four doors.

The body, 92 millimetres wider than standard, represents the pure force of the Magnum. The rear of the car continues the dynamic of the front and consists of a three-part tail light trim with an integrated spoiler shape in combination with the roof spoiler.

Also, a new rear apron with integrated air diffuser and exhaust system completes the rear end. An extraordinary detail: an included reflector guarantees unprecedented dynamic-shaped tail lights.

As expected, the car features the intelligent Techart air suspension module’sport’ which provides the new Cayenne with a clear plus of driving dynamics due to a lower standard normal level. The design of the kit is completed by the Formula and Formula II light alloy wheels, in dimensions of 20- to 23-inch respectively 22- and 23-inch, as well as Formula III forged light alloy wheels, in 21- and 22-inch, available.

Inside, Techart promises almost unlimited possibilities to realize the personal style of the customer. The car will make its official debut in November, at the 2010 Auto Zurich Car Show.

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