TechArt has announced a full tuning program for the new 2013 Porsche Cayenne S Diesel. Efficiency meets extravagance. The SUV will be presented at the 83rd Geneva Motor Show in March.

TechArt Caynne S Diesel is finished in deep black metallic paint. It also boasts adapted black leather interior, light green applications and 23" TECHART Formula light alloy wheels in black with outer rim in light green. Other highlights include a carbon fiber ventilated hood, three-part front spoiler, LED or halogen twin headlights with high beam or fog lights, new front apron and side skirts as well as a custom roof spoiler, rear apron with integrated diffuser and two reflectors.

Premium types of leather, decorative stitching in individual colours and trims in exotic woods or carbon are just a few possible highlights to choose. The multifunctional sport steering wheel with paddle shifters looks very sporty and ergonomic. The TECHART Entertainment Kit W2 with two 7" displays located at the front seats, folding single rear sports seats and a centre console unit, equipped with 12-volt power supply, refrigerator and storage compartments can be ordered optionally.

The power is coming from a 4.2 liter V8 twin-turbo diesel boosted to 382HP (281 kW) and 850Nm (627 lb-ft) of torque. The tuning specialists are working on a power boost module, which will raise the power with around 50HP.

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Source: TechArt