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Off-road vehicle tuning: the biggest tuners

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Tuner Hamann threw himself on the new Porsche Cayenne for his latest project. After the Hamann cure, the second generation receives a body kit that not only contains new and beefy aprons, but also a new bonnet with ventilation slots, a rear diffuser and an exhaust system with two tailpipes each on the right and left. The mighty wheel arches house 23-inch alloy wheels with 315/25 tires. Hamann is also upgrading the Porsche Cayenne in terms of performance. After the power cure, the V6 diesel produces a whopping 275 hp instead of 240 hp. The maximum torque increases from 550 to 620 Newton meters.

ART Tuning goes its own way when it comes to monster SUVs and has developed the G-model from Mercedes accepted. The G Streetline Sterling, the rather bulky name, is an equally bulky G 400 CDI with V8 engine, for which ART has tailored an expressive body kit. In addition to the obligatory apron, the mighty fender flares and the side skirts catch the eye. The wheel arches accommodate 22 inchers with 315/25 tires. These are supposed to direct the newly gained power of the eight-tender of 292 hp to the wheels. A special treat awaits the passengers inside. ART has lined the interior in green nappa leather. Another newcomer is the Russian tuner TopCar, which already presented its interpretation of the new Porsche Cayenne under the name Vantage GTR 2 at the Essen Motor Show. Of course, this Cayenne also has a new body and a new slotted bonnet. And just as naturally, the engines in the Cayenne are given more power. It should have 550 or 750 PS.

Speedart Titan Evo: The tuner offers three power levels for the second generation Cayenne: 50 PS /70 Nm, 70 PS /50 Nm and 100 PS /150 Nm. Not only for the Porsche Cayenne Turbo, but also for the hybrid and diesel versions. Of course, a body kit and 23-inch alloy wheels round off the tuning package.

Tuner Mansory takes on the BMW X6. The SUV is 80 millimeters in width, is 125 HP more powerful and with 670 HP and 950 Newton meters of torque it dashes from zero to 100 km /h in 4.2 seconds.

Hamann is just as broad. The tuner has taken on the BMW X5 and renamed it the Flash Evo M. 670 PS, 950 Newton meters and interior tuning await the showdown behind the beefy SUV appearance.

G-Power BMW X6 with 900 PS

Tuner G-Power installed in the BMW X6 the V10 engine known from the BMW M5 and gives the ten-tender an output of 900 hp. This increases the power of the SUV by a whopping 393 hp. The tuners give the BMW X6 a top speed of over 330 km /h.

Monster SUV from G-Power for 675,000 euros

The maximum torque increases by 350 Nm to 870 Newton meters at 6,800 rpm. The monster SUV with its V10, which has been expanded from 5.0 liters to 5.5 liters, can accelerate from zero to 100 km /h in 4.2 seconds, and 200 km /h should be achieved in under 13 seconds. The complete vehicle costs 675,000 euros and is limited to five copies. Two models have already been sold.

In our photo show we show other current tuning heavyweights, including the Range Rover Sport Conqueror II from Hamann, the Audi Q7 3.0 TDI from JE Design and the latest Typhoon BMW X6 M model from Lumma.

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