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Old 18th December 2004, 16:38   #1
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Default TechArt Magnum Porsche Cayenne Bi-Turbo

Techart has revelaed a new street monster, the Magnum based on the Porsche Cayenne.

It comes with a lot of body modfcaitions not just to fit the 295/30 x 22 tires, a new steel exkasut system ending in the rear diffussor. For cars with the air suspension there in an electronic 60mm lowering kit whic. Off track the car can be lifted up plus 70mms.

Two power kits are available for the V8 model:
stage one: 360hp
stage two: 380hp

The Cayenne Turbo will be tuned to 510hp.

A TA 048/T3 power kit with two turbos and intercoolers, a new motronic, 600hp and 865 Nms is currently under development. It is expeceted to accellerate the Cayenne from 0-100kph in 4.5secs. and a top speed of 292kph




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Old 18th December 2004, 16:39   #2
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Old 18th December 2004, 16:47   #3
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One awesome looking machine there. Body kit and wheels go well together. The front end of the Cayenne was always mean but this is deadly. I can imagine seeing this coming in the rear view mirror. What a sight !!

On the flip side I guess its off roading capabilities maybe be reduced due to the low clearance. I know the suspension can be raise at the flick of a button but to what extent?

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Old 18th December 2004, 16:52   #4
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In the rear-view mirror, such a car would be dead frightening. It looks like its just gonna eat your entire car up
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Old 18th December 2004, 17:19   #5
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Love the front end......... looks vicious!! awesome awesome design....... I would prefer slightly higher profile tyres...those wont do good during off roading...how abt 295/60??hmmmmm.. what say guys........ dayyumm those alloys look amazing!
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Loved the overall look of the car...but...those Alloys are Awesome!!!
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Old 18th December 2004, 18:10   #7
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I never really liked teh Cayenne and someone I know was considering buying one. But this one makes me drop my lower jaw. Too awesome...too brute....too aggresive...too desirable

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p.s. I know another offroader with red brakes

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looks awesome, and since the ground clearance has been decreased it looks much more sportier. and what is that black thing that stretches from tail-light to tail-light?
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and what is that black thing that stretches from tail-light to tail-light?
A design accent just, I guess.

Looks very aggressive, I love the way the rear end has come together too. But the Cayenne turbo being tuned to give 510 bhp? Why? The Cayenene Turbo with the factory installed Powerkit already makes 500 bhp. I would rather sucker more for the factory installed reliability, then the tuner badge. We all know how well the Gemballa Cayennes did at the recent Gumball, broke two gearboxes successively. Of course the owner was rich enough to have the parts flown by his private jet, so, then it doesn't matter.

P.S>: How many little children at play do you think that front end is going to gobble up everytime the Cayenne is out to play?

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Holy mother of beastly god !!! thats one mean looking front end!!

Im not sure i "love" the alloys though..... and i think the car would look a bit better when raised by a bit.... (seems to be higher in the 1st pic than the 3rd one....)

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Simply stunning....perfect-o!

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Now that's one really mean looking car. Perfect for an urban "jungle" like Mumbai. But at 360/380 and 510 hp, i'd rather go for a Porsche tuned kit, like the 500 hp Cayenne Turbo.

I agree with Rehaan, the alloys look a bit misplaced.

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woooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhooooooooooo well js like the Boxter,ppl complained bout its looks though it performed really well,now really confused bout the front view,but the side view n the rear looks gr8,love those tail lights.
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now i get it,the front looks like that of a A.M.-DB7 Zagato
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Guys check out the LED lights on the TECHART Cayenne which will be introduced on the 09 Models

Luminous intensity is automatically adjusted depending on the selected driving light. In addition, the daytime running light is self-dimming during indicating for more safety during turning maneuvers

Source: TECHART Press Release
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