Porsche Cayenne Super Sport Tiptronic by Project Kahn

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2010

The Porsche Cayenne Diesel is expected to boost sales to a whole new level. The downside is that it will bring down the carmaker's image a notch or two. It is one vehicle that many believed Porsche will not ever produce.

Regardless of this opinion, the tuning specialists of British firm Project Kahn has chosen to create a complex tuning package for the diesel SUV.

The car, which is now dubbed as the Porsche Cayenne Kahn Super Sport Tiptronic, gets a complete body kit, consisting of a front bumper addition that comes with additional air intakes, and new fog lamps.

The kit, which is intended for the 957 Cayenne (outgoing model), features a bold design, a set of headlight eyelids as well as fresh side skirts and a rear bumper addition, which follows the same lines as the one used for the front of the vehicle.

The SUV's 3.0 liter TDI engine had initially delivered 240 hp but it was modified to develop 300 hp.

However, Kahn has yet to indicate the new torque figure, which is of prime importance when talking about a diesel unit.

The Porsche Cayenne Kahn Super Sport Tiptronic uses a 30mm lowered suspension and rides on Kahn 22 inch rims. Kahn offers the car with a wide range of wheel designs.

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