Manhart Porsche has unveiled a tuning package for Cayenne Coupé, making the Turbo variant more powerful than the Turbo GT and Turbo SE e-hybrid variants, combined with a lower suspension and visual tweaks.
Starting with the engine, the twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 got a new pair of turbochargers, a new intercooler, a new exhaust system and the Manhart MHtronic auxiliary control unit. As a result, it produces 796 hp (594 kW / 807 PS) and 1,090 Nm (804 lb-ft) of torque. This represents an increase of 255 hp (189 kW / 257 PS) and 320 Nm (236 lb-ft) compared to the stock Cayenne Turbo Coupe, making it more powerful than any factory-spec model. Porsche’s dual-clutch automatic gearbox has also been upgraded to handle monstrous torque.
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Apparently, the CRT 800 composite tires are distinguished by a 22-inch Manhart Five-Star Alloy Wheel Show (285 / 35ZR22 front and 315 / 30ZR22 rear). The SUV has been reduced to 35mm (1.4 inches), achieved an adaptive air suspension and new coupling rods. The bodykit is currently in stock, but Manhart said it is already working on a new front splitter and rear diffuser made of carbon fiber.
Back then, we found quad stainless steel pipes from the Aftermarket Sport Exhaust System with a valve-control system, while buyers could also choose Manhart Sports Downpipes that are not TUV-approved (for export only). Finally, the optional Manhart decal set will ensure that no one will mistake the CRT 800 for a standard coin coupe.
Manhart has not announced a price for the upgrade, but the CRT 800 is already available to order. Keep in mind, Porsche is getting ready to launch the Facelifted Keane range soon, which will probably be compatible with the aforementioned tuning package.