German tuner outfits the Cayenne with a design-modifying wide-body aerodynamic kit as well as adding massive wheels and tailpipes from the sport exhaust.
The Hamann Guardian is live in Geneva - based on the Porsche Cayenne Turbo.
The German tuner has outfitted the Cayenne with a design-modifying wide-body aerodynamic kit that includes a front apron, new bonnet, side wings (of course), side skirts, rear apron and rear diffuser. Those side wings widen the Cayenne by 120 mm at the front axle and 160 at the rear.
Those gaping 120 mm centrally-mounted twin tailpipes from the sport exhaust integrated into the rear diffuser are also something to look at.
A power upgrade boosts output on the Cayenne's twin-turbo 4.8 liter V8 to 550 PS (405 kW / 544 bhp) and 770 Nm (568 lb-ft) of torque, up from the series' 500 PS (368 kW / 493 hp).
Top speed on the Hamann Guardian is 300 km/h (186 mph) and the 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint is done in 4.6 seconds.
23-inch lightweight forged wheels are also part of the tuning job along with a suspension module which lowers the Cayenne by 35 mm.
On the inside is a leather finish, sport steering wheel and carbon trims.