Kaege is a tuning company, which is obviously keen on German-made models popular for their sports capabilities. Therefore, a diesel Porsche Macan S fell under the expertise of the tuners. The first to modify was not the exterior nor the interior, but the engine. The diesel unit of nearly three liters of size received power upgrades and now can show-off with 310 hp (228 kW) and 700 Nm (517 lb-ft) of maximum torque.
Next on their mind was the exhaust system, which received an active sound system. The result is an extreme sound of a V8 engine, which can be manually adjusted via cruise control lever. No less than a lowering module was then needed to complement the new sporting characteristics of the Macan. This was made possible via a DLC variant of KW with App control, which can be managed via on-board adapter jack.
What is more, even SUV's serial steel springs and electric shock absorbers can be lowered with the help of KW coilovers. Kaege can also supply the Macan with KW street comfort chassis and KW electronic shock absorber adjustment.
At last, the tuners took care for the exterior, which received exquisite CH-R II BBS wheels fitted with Michelin-Pilot sports tires. As they call it, a "little optics packet" was then added and it comprises of front and rear shock absorbers. In the end, painted red brake calipers are what rounds out the enhancement package for this Macan.
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