Techart, the German firm specialising in improving/devastating (delete to preference) Porsches has turned its attention to the new Cayenne.
The individualisation programme does not extend to power gains, but comprises some interior and body parts that soup up the big Porsche nicely.
It's all surprisingly tasteful, in fact. New wheels set the changes off, with three styles available in sizes ranging from 20- to 23-inch. They can be custom painted, should one of the existing colours not meet your tastes.
Interior options include a full leather overhaul of the cockpit with Alcantara trim, in a variety of colours. There's a rear entertainment package too. Techart will also sell you a bespoke steering wheel with shift paddles.
Even the engine bay gets a look in: it can be shod in a carbon cover. There's a full body kit too, of course, which includes the usual front and rear bumpers, side skirts and polished steel tailpipe finishers. Those parts can be in any colour you wish, or in coated carbon fibre.
The kit is available now, though Techart doesn't say how much any of it costs.
Mark Nichol - 21 May 2010