Shortly after the Germans from Lumma Design unveiled a complete tuning package for Porsche Cayenne, the Swiss people from Mansory introduced a tuning proposal for the Stuttgart-based model which is now at the second generation.
Starting with the aesthetic improvements, Mansory tuners decided to add a new front bumper with a large grille and LED lights, a carbon fiber hood with air intakes, new 23-inch wheels and revised side sills. The Swiss tuners fitted also a rear wing mounted on the trunk, a new rear air diffuser and a quad-pipe exhaust system together with a ground clearance lowered by 60 mm in the front and 80 mm in the rear.
However, the important changes are found under the bonnet where the 4.8-liter V8 engine receives a revised ECU unit and a new exhaust system. The German SUV is now able to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4,4 seconds thanks to the 680 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque squeezed from the V8 unit.