The Porsche Cayenne has been subject of a lot of modifications done by diverse tuning companies. This here might be the most extreme of them all. The German tuning company Enco Exclusive decided to go wild on this project. The full name of their latest creation is Enco Exclusive Gladiator 700 GT Biturbo. Quite long and hard to remember, isn`t it? Well, going wild and making an extreme vehicle does not mean that it is beautiful too. The color that was most frequently used to style up the car was dark red. More precise, you get to see the dark red on the roll cage in the interior, on the massive 23 inch alloy wheels mated with 315/25 R23 tires, on the carbon fiber inserts, the two tone paintjob and even on the engine cover.
The modified Porsche Cayenne gets a full body kit that consists of a rear apron with an integrated diffuser that houses a pair of tail pipes in the center, a huge grille, a roof spoiler, a front lower apron, side skirts, a new carbon fiber bonnet and wider side panels with air vents.
The interior of the modified Porsche Cayenne features four bucket seats from the Porsche 911 GT RS with carbon backrests and, obviously, dark red carbon trim elements.
Now let`s go to the interesting part. As the name suggests, the performances of the Porsche Cayenne were dramatically improved. The ``700 GT Biturbo`` in the name is not there just to show off, it is completely backed up by facts. Thus, the modified Porsche Cayenne gets a sport exhaust system with manifolds and sport catalytic convertors and larger turbochargers in order to heavily improve the performances of the stock V8 engine that comes with the Porsche Cayenne.
Thanks to all these performance upgrades, the modified Porsche Cayenne named Enco Exclusive Gladiator 700 GT Biturbo is capable of reaching a maximum speed of 290 km/h while being able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds. Wondering exactly how powerful is the engine after all these upgrades? Well, the modified V8 engine has an output of 700 horsepower and 850 Nm of torque.
The modified Porsche Caynne also gets an electronic suspension module that lowers the car by 50 millimeters while the engine kit is completed by a high performance braking system that includes 380 millimeters x 32 millimeters disks with four piston calipers at the rear and 410 millimeters x 36 millimeters brake discs and twelve piston calipers at the front.
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