speedART TITAN EVO Porsche Cayenne Presented

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This year’s Essen Motor Show will see speedART bring a strong Porsche offensive. The German tuner will showcase a complex modification program for the 958 Cayenne range, with the package using the TITAN EVO name.

Engine wise, the diesel Cayenne gets a 50 hp & 70 Nm boost, while the hybrid Cayenne comes with a 70 hp & 50 Nm output premium and the Turbo comes with an additional 100 hp and 150 Nm.

As for the exterior of the SUV, the company offers the TITAN-EVO aerodynamic kit that comes with front and rear bumper add-on elements, wide fender flares and wide side skirts.

The tuner also offers a new 23-inch rim that uses the CTS-Forged name, which uses a special technology to keep the weight down, managing to be lighter than the company’s 21-inch wheel. At the same time, the Cayenne’s suspension can receive sport lowering springs and coil-overs, while the air-suspension models can be fitted with an electronic lowering module.

speedART has also developed a sport exhaust system that allows the driver to control the sound and uses 2x100 mm twin tailpipes. A special exhaust, which also comes with a sound control feature has been developed for the oil-burning model.

The interior of the SUV can be tailor-made to match the customer’s preferences. The vehicle displayed at the event will be fitted with carbon fiber single shell-type seats and special interior colors. The kit also includes a rear-seat entertainment system that includes an iPad and iPhone docking station.

The tuner’s Essen booth will also include the speedART BTR-II 650 EVO, which is based on the PDK-equipped 997 911 Turbo model, offering 650 hp and 900 Nm of torque.
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