The Porsche Cayenne never looked so good, thanks to German tuners Hamann.
Hamann is pulling out all the stops at this year's Frankfurt Auto Show. The Guardian Evo 2011 Porsche Cayenne will highlight all of the German tuner's skills, including a new body kit, interior design and their ability to power up a Porsche. The Guardian Evo Cayenne will also make some serious noise thanks to two large tail pipes at the back. The pipes will emit the call of a tuned up engine that churns out 550hp and 568lb-ft of torque.
The power boost comes from the South German company's work on the revamped ECU and the addition of sports catalysts and a sports air filter. Larger brakes were added to help control the Guardian. Hamann worked extensively on the front-end, adding a new front apron with bigger intakes and LED daytime running lights. A new light carbon fiber hood features some vents and the wheel arches on the front have been widened a bit. The back wheel arches have been widened further and incorporate the new side skirts which seamlessly flow into the rear apron. An integrated diffuser and roof spoiler give the rear an aggressive and sporty look.
Leather has been fitted throughout the interior. Carbon fiber has been fitted to the center console and instrument panel. A new steering wheel also adds a bit of flair to the Porsche. The 2011 Porsche Cayenne Guardian Evo by Hamann of Germany is currently on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show.