2011 Porsche Cayenne gets new widebody kit from Fab Design

by Alex

A new tuning kit has been designed for Porsche Cayenne by Fab Design. The wide body kit gives quite an unsightly look to the German SUV and that’s also the reason why it has come under heavy criticism. The kit consists of new front apron equipped with air intakes that are of considerably large size. The kit also gives a custom bonnet to the car along with beefy fenders, redesigned side skirts, a new rear bumper that integrates four trapezoidal tailpipes and a roof spoiler.

The ECU also has been remapped to deliver 550 hp and 800 Nm from the 4.8 liter turbo V8 unit. This is up from the original 500 hp and 100 Nm. For rims there are 22 inch multi piece ones made of lightweight alloy. Interior of the car too has undergone lots of tuning too which includes carbon fiber trimming, aluminum elements, and an Alcantara finish.

Source: 4wheelsnews

Source: 4wheelsnews

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