SpeedArt Titan Evo XL 600 Porsche Cayenne Coming to Geneva

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The upcoming Geneva Auto Show will offer multiple pathways for automotive enthusiasts to spend some ultra-quality time. One of these is linked to aftermarket developments, with a multitude of tuned creations set to be displayed at the event. One of the tuning companies that will bring aftermarket goodies to the event is SpeedArt. The German tuner announced that it will release the Titan Evo XL 600 package for the Porsche Cayenne at the Show.

If the adjacent images give you a deja vu feeling, this is because the development is pretty similar to the Titan Evo kit (as you can see, the tuner only added the XL designation) that was presented at last year’s Essen Motor Show. The new pack seems to bring only minor changes, such as a black finish for various parts.

As for the muscle part of the deal, the modification program brings a decent power premium for multiple models in the Cayenne range. The oil-burning incarnation of the German SUV comes with a power increase of 50 hp, while the Hybrid version of the vehicle promises to keep its eco assets while allowing the driver to play with 70 extra hp. As for the Cayenne Turbo, the range-topping beast, this sees its power increased by 100 hp, delivering a total of 600 hp - hence the name of the kit.

autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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