Geneva 2011: Hamann Guardian Porsche Cayenne

German tuner Hamann has debuted their latest performance makeover at this year's Geneva Motor Show. And while this will surely not be the last of many more tuned Porsche Cayennes, Hamann has a solid reputation. Beginning with a new aerodynamic kit, there's a new front apron with large air inlets and integrated LEDs and fog lights, a lightweight carbon bonnet with a power dome slit for ventilation, and fender extensions and side skirts that widen it by 120mm up front and 160mm at the rear.

A rear apron with an integrated diffuser that holds two large centrally-mounted stainless-steel exhaust pipes (120 mm in width each) is also included. Power is increased by means of a sport exhaust system, silencer, catalysts and air filter. They also completed an ECU remap that increases output of the 4.8-liter twin-turbo V8 to 544 hp with 568 lb-ft of torque. This allows the Porsche to go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.6 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph. Hamann also added a ceramic sport brake system and ultra-light forged rims.

The interior is finished off with leather that has stitched embroideries for the dash and seats. There's also a new steering wheel and carbon fiber trims on the instrument panel and center console. No pricing was announced.

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