/2011 Porsche Cayenne Diesel by Lumma Design

2011 Porsche Cayenne Diesel by Lumma Design

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Apparently guys from Lumma Design have become very sensible recently, almost too sensible! For the new project, not only they’ve picked a diesel car to tune, they left the styling intact as well and just offer some accessories. I know we always complain about the vulgarity of Lumma cars, but this time they really should have done something for the exterior, because it’s the minger 2011 Porsche Cayenne!

Of course Lumma can fit the car with their Mono 10×22-inch sports wheels with silver surface or the two-tone Mono 11×23-inch wheels, which make it a little less painful looking at this car. The other change for the exterior is the twin exhaust pipe deflectors made from burnished and chrome-plated stainless steel.

The interior is also lightly garnished with matt aluminum door sill panels featuring the machined LUMMA logo, aluminum pedals and a special boot floor mat with foldable boot sill protector. Upon request they can make your mats out of genuine animal skin. I want mine made out of a grizzly bear!

The best part of the package however is the performance, where Lumma adds a D-Box which fiddles with the car’s electronic controls and boost the power from 240 to an impressive 276 hp (203 kW) and raises the vehicle’s maximum torque from 550 to 630 Newton metres. And to show off this extra power, they have fitted the engine bay with red-coated covers and a crest logo made of metal.

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