Porsche Cayenne Widened by Prior Design

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The high-end SUV gets some unnecessary padding by the German tuner.

Once again the German tuner has managed to take a car and make it wider. This time around, Prior Design has taken a Porsche Cayenne and created what it calls a PD600 Widebody Aerodynamic Kit. Made of Dura-Flex FRP (Fiber Reinforced Plastic) the package includes front and rear bumpers, side skirt, and front and rear widenings. Interested parties will have to pay 8,900 Euros for the privilege of beefing up their already chunky SUV.

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