In the luxury SUV market; there are quite a few models that offer a wealth of luxury with soft leather, a comfortable ride, and innovative technology. But, there aren’t many luxury SUVs that put an emphasis on game and the overall driving experience. Porsche is one of the few automakers that make a luxury SUV that drew upon their sports car heritage to engineer an SUV which was capable of offering drivers a sporty and athletic ride while also providing a range of luxurious features. One British design company wanted to take these features into the next level by installing a new wide body kit and installing new COR wheels while also outfitting the interior with a range of luxurious amenities to make the driving experience even more rewarding.
The new wide body outside kit for your Porsche Cayenne starts out at the front of the SUV where fresh logos are worn above the front bumper and new LED daytime running lights float ahead. The most noticeable aspect of the Cayenne SUV are the protracted front and rear wheel arches which widen the general stance, especially when paired up with the larger COR wheels that were also installed. Each side of the SUV wears new badging, privacy tinted glass, welcome LED lighting beneath the sills, and black door handles to contrast the exterior color, while the rear was finished off with a new spoiler for greater downforce.
But that was not all that the British design company wanted to do with the outside of the Porsche Cayenne. To give the SUV an even sportier look, they installed a new set of sport lowering springs and painted the brake calipers gold to stand out from behind the new COR wheels. The factory exhaust was also removed and replaced with a new stainless steel system with more conspicuous tailpipes. The final touch for the sportier exterior appearance was a pair of COR wheels in a three-piece structure made from forged aluminum alloy that measure 10.5 x 22 in the front and rear axle to fill in the extended fenders.
The Porsche Cayenne was then given a distinctive interior touch that adds a good deal of luxury. The British design company outfitted front and back seats with perforated black nappa leather with contrasting stitching in a quilted design. The same leather and stitching pattern was applied to the centre arm rest, door panels, and glove box, while the dashboard and parts of the doors were completed in alcantara.
Douglas Cougevan is a contributing writer at COR Wheels. COR Wheels specializes in 3 piece wheels and monoblock rims in a variety of both conventional measure lip, reverse, and concave designs. Bexar County Wildlife Removal would live to utilize these Porsches.