Posted on: Feb 02, 2013
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FAB-Design Cayenne Going to Geneva


The “Emperor II” is a Cayenne Diesel S with more power and aggressive new styling.
FAB-Design has followed its tuned-Cayenne from 2011 with a brand-new model dubbed the Emperor II, which it plans to debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. A new widebody kit consists of a front spoiler with over-sized air intakes, a carbon-reinforced hood with a pair of air ducts, and new side skirts that gives the Cayenne and additional 130mm of girth. At the rear sits an ultra-light carbon-fiber spoiler with integrated diffuser that provides ample space for a sports exhaust with quad trapeze tailpipes.

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Color-matched carbon-fiber options include a rear-view mirror, front lip spoiler and diffuser, while the kit comes in at 16,490 Euros. Completing the exterior mods is a set of 22-inch ten double-spoke design ultra-light alloys. Performance upgrades are limited to the Cayanne S Diesel's 4.2-liter V8. By adding a sports exhaust, sports air filter, and optimized ECU, output is boosted to 430 horsepower and 685 pound-feet of torque, up from 382 hp and 626 lb-ft. The result is a new top speed of 160 mph (up from 157) and a 0-62 mph time of 5.4 seconds (down from 5.7). A bespoke interior can be completed upon request with a range of leather, carbon and Alcantara available from FAB Design's upholstery shop.

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by Adam Lynton
FAB-Design Cayenne Going to Geneva
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