JE Design has released its new modification kit for the Porsche Cayenne, dubbed the Progressor

Making the Porsche Cayenne bigger, badder and more aggressive-looking has become something of a cottage industry. The latest appearance package for Porsche's SUV comes from JE Design, with the unveiling of its "Progressor" body and suspension upgrade.

The Progressor features a restyled front and rear with more muscular looks and LED daytime running lights. Headlamp masks, an enlarged lower air intake and LED lighting in the door sills are unique touches; at the rear, a new four-pipe exhaust and LED lights integrated into the rear diffuser give the Progressor a distinct going-away aspect. The pumped-up appearance is enhanced by a widened track (60mm in the front, 80mm at the rear) and flared fenders, as well as side skirts that accent the lowered body. Overall, it doesn't look too bad for a modified Cayenne--we've certainly seen worse.

A choice of an electronically controlled lowering kit or adjustable coil-overs provides between 30 and 70mm of drop. Fat 10x22-inch wheels complete the package, and a gloss graphite finish offers a striking contrast to the white show car. 295/30-series tires ensure that the Progressor's handling is up to tuned-Porsche standards.

The JE Design Progressor Cayenne kit is available now, though we don't have any information on pricing.


Gallery: JE Design Progressor based on Porsche Cayenne