The subtle upgrades make a big difference to the sporty SUV coupe.
Porsche tuner TechArt has introduced a range of carbon fiber car parts for the Cayenne Coupe.
These new parts and a TechArt Aero Engine Hood can now be specified for the rakish SUV, providing the Cayenne with a sportier look. The new rear spoiler, aero curtains (one for each side of the tailgate), and roof spoiler end plates are available for all Coupe models, but the Air Intake Frames are exclusive to the range-topping Cayenne Turbo GT.
It's subtle, but these small changes make a big difference to the Cayenne Coupe, lending it an athletic look. If you want to take your TechArt Cayenne to the next level, the German firm offers performance upgrades that can, depending on the engine, boost outputs to 739 horsepower.
If you're spending $196,300 on the range-topping Turbo GT, you might as well go all the way and get a few choice accessories from TechArt. The company offers just about everything, from aftermarket wheels to upgraded interiors.
The wheels seen here are TechArt Daytona IIs and are available in three finishes. Other designs include the Formula V and Formula VI. There's also a front spoiler attachment and a sportier rear bumper (both shown here). This isn't part of the new carbon fiber package, so expect to fork out more for these accessories. Unfortunately, TechArt does not offer pricing for the Porsche Cayenne body kit, but we assume it's pricey.
Other exterior accessories include Porsche Cayenne TechArt hood emblems and lettering. All of this can be viewed on the TechArt configurator.
Several tuners have turned their attention to the Cayenne Coupe. Last year, Manhart introduced the CRT 800 with 807 horsepower and 803 lb-ft of torque. While that sounds appealing, Manhart's Cayenne falls short in the aesthetic department, with a flashy black/gold color combo and over-the-top decals.
In recent months, TechArt has introduced several upgrades for the 911. A new carbon fiber ducktail spoiler arrived in October and is available for the Carrera and GT3 iterations. It is lighter, improves downforce, and lends the rear-engined sports car an attractive retro charm. In August, the tuner introduced a power upgrade for the 911 GTS.
Of course, if you want the ultimate TechArt experience, you'll have to opt for the GTstreet R Flyweight. Based on the 911 Turbo, this lightened track weapon packs 800 hp and hits 62 mph in 2.5 seconds.