Autocars: TechArt Porsche Cayenne Diesel: The self-ignition of the spark jumps over

Saturday, March 21, 2009

TechArt Porsche Cayenne Diesel: The self-ignition of the spark jumps over

Porsche's new ground and transplanted in a Cayenne V6 turbo-diesel for his campaign to reduce the fuel consumption consistently continue. The new model has these days on the market and already presents Porsche tuner TechArt at the Geneva Motor Show (05.03.2009 - 15.03.2009) the individual performance for the new drive.

The individualisation of TechArt program emphasizes the character of the SUVs. To characterize elegance and sporty dynamics of the striking appearance with the TechArt Aerokit I equipped self igniter. Demonstrated strength and rapidity of the refined diesel Cayenne by agile design of the new front spoiler with an integrated headlight unit.

Aerodynamic side skirts and an aesthetically modeled with an integrated rear bumper diffuser and new tailpipes in Doppelovaldesign highlight the dynamic character of the Porsche Cayenne Diesel to show. Furthermore, promises of improved roof spoiler a striking appearance with a lower CW value. Headlamps and tail lamps round out the aperture measures.

For the sporty road holding TechArt lowers the car body through the air suspension module "sport" from. For the road to make contact either the TechArt-alloy wheels of the type "Formula" in 10 x 21 inches with 295/35 tires in the size or design "Formula II" in 10 x 22 inches and 295/30er-Breitreifen. By langgeschwungene spokes allow the Formula wheels improved Radhausentl├╝ftung and look at the brakes.

In the circular interior trims in fine lacquer or noble carbon style. Through a high-quality materials and precision manufacturing TechArt wants more points, so many exclusive accessories in the option list and the interior of the Porsche Cayenne Diesel a special touch.

Sporty and luxurious accents, inter alia, an ergonomically shaped 3-spoke airbag sports steering wheel, the pedals and footrests with initial strips of aluminum, as well as the contrasting decorative stitching in white, through the black-held seats, the dashboard and center console out.

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