Porsche Cayenne S gets a makeover and comes back looking meaner than ever.
The Porsche Cayenne S is one powerful German SUV, and a slick-looking one at that. Lumma Design, however, always thinks it can improve, and has rolled out several thorough tuning packages for the big-bodied Porsche. And now it's done one more. Lumma's new project, titled the Cayenne S CLR 558 GT, features a contrasting body kit finished in white with plenty of high-gloss black touches for that storm-trooper look.
The kit consists of new a new front fascia with integrated LED daytime running lights, headlight surrounds, new grille, larger air intakes, vented hood, side skirts, extended door and tailgate handles and a vented rear bumper with an integrated diffuser. A raised rear wing attaches to the rear spoiler for an even more aggressive take on the Porsche SUV. Thanks to Lumma Design's lowering module and white-finished 22-inch CLR wheels, the Cayenne S has improved driving dynamics and looks terrific in the process.
The Porsche Cayenne S runs a 4.8-liter V8 rated at 400 horsepower and rated at 369 pound-feet of torque, mated to a Tiptronic S automatic transmission to send power to all four wheels. It can reach highway speeds in 5.6 seconds and top out at 160 mph, 18 mph faster than the base Cayenne. Lumma Design's extensive exterior bodywork for the Porsche Cayenne S doesn't have a price tag just yet, but you can expect they will cost a pretty penny.