Next up on our motor show calendar is the largest tuning event in Europe, the 2011 Essen show in Germany, where Hofele-Design will introduce its own bespoke take on the Porsche Cayenne called the Cayster GT 670.
The package bundles a new aero body kit that includes wheel arch extensions, a rear apron with a diffuser, a front apron with a skid plate, side skirts, a roof spoiler and real carbon fiber trim bits for the body.
An electronic lowering module can drop the Cayenne’s air suspension 40mm (~1.6-inches) but only at speeds of up to 80km/h (50mph), while Hofele-Design also offers a selection of alloy wheels, in diameters from 20 to 22 inches.
On the engine front, there are two available performance kits, one for the Cayenne Diesel that boosts the 3.0 TDI V6′s output from 245PS and 550Nm to 315PS and 650Nm (479.4 lb-ft), and the other for the Cayenne S Hybrid that increases power from 380-horses to 481-horses and peak torque from 580 Nm to 737 Nm (543.6 lb-ft).
For the interior of the Cayenne, Hofele-Design offers bespoke leather upholstery and a set of carbon panels for the centre console, dashboard and door panels.