TITAN EVO consists of engine tuning on the diesel, S Hybrid and Turbo Cayennes as well as a new aerodynamic kit.

German tuner speedART will be bringing the TITAN-EVO, based on second generation Porsche Cayenne, to the 2010 Essen motor show.

The TITAN-EVO is the tuner's take on three Cayenne iterations - the diesel, S Hybrid and Turbo. speedArt offers power upgrades, respectively, on those models by 50 PS/70 Nm, 70 PS/50 Nm and 100 PS/150 Nm.

For the previously seen speedHYBRID 450 based on the Cayenne S Hybrid, power is dialed up to 450 PS (331 kW), which helps the model outperform the series Caynenne S. 0 to 100 km/h is reduced to 5.9 seconds instead of 6.5 and top speed is bumped up to 252 km/h from the standard's 242 km/h.

With the Cayenne Turbo, customers have a choice of bumping power up to 550, 570 or 600 PS.

But where the model gets its name is from the aerodynamic kit. The Titan-Evo body kit consists of front and rear skirts, wide fender flares and widening side skirts.

The tuner also offers a new sport exhaust system with sound switch control for the petrol engines with a separate sport exhaust without sound control for the diesel.

For air suspension fitted models, speedART has an electronic lowering module. For those with conventional suspension there's a set of sport lowering springs and coil-overs.

Wheels? 23-inch CTS-FORGED in 11 x 23" dimensions with 315/25 ZR 23 tires.

Gallery: speedART TITAN EVO based on Porsche Cayenne II previewed

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