Jul 22, 2009
Bruno Silva
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Techart Porsche Cayenne Diesel V6


The car tuning company Techart has released the details of the Porsche Cayenne Diesel V6. The first production diesel model of the car was taken by this German car tuning company to create a tuning program that included chassis, engine, exterior and interior modifications. In the engine, the power kit deployed by the Techart upgraded the power of the 3.0 liter Cayenne diesel engine to 290 hp from previously 240 hp. It also upgraded the torque from 550 Nm to 630 Nm at 2200 RBMP. With the fuel consumption and CO2 emissions levels remaining unchanged, the pickup of the car improved drastically. It could attain a speed of 0-60 mph within 7.7 seconds with the upgrade in the engine. The tuning company even went on to add a control module in its program for the air suspension of Porsche Cayenne Diesel. It was added so that the aerodynamics of the Porsche could be improved while lowering the car too. The Porsche has alloy wheels of dimension 21 inches that are wrapped around Michelin Diamaris 4×4 XL 295/35 R21 tires.

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The Techart even installed a body kit having a front spoiler, new front panel, side skirts, rear diffuser and rear apron. On the exterior of the kit we can find tail light trim, headlight and double exhaust lights.

Inside there is Techart proprietary sport steering wheel as well as some other matching interior pieces. Leather seats are fitted lightweight aluminum pedals, which are just a perfect match for leather floor mats. Footrests too have been chosen to match the interior upgrades. Buyers have the freedom to choose the 22-inch radial wheels which come painted in the same color as the car’s body. The wheels are fitted with 295/30 R22 continental tires which adds loads of style to the Porsche Cayenne Diesel car. The price of the Techart modified Porsche is 53,000 Euros that includes an Aerokit1 with interior and exterior modifications too. You can also choose get only the kit fitted on your car, which will cost nearly 15,000 Euros whereas the engine upgrade to 290 hp will cost 2,500 Euros.

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