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Old 01-09-2008, 02:44 AM
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Rinspeed Porsche Cayenne X-treme

The Swiss company Rinspeed, also renown as a noble Porsche tuner, can look back to thirty years of tradition and now presents its latest customizing program based on the face-lifted Porsche Cayenne. The latest creation of the Swiss is called X-treme which is specially high-lighted by the sporty and dynamic aerodynamics package. It plays the latest Cayenne outstandingly to the gallery and fits to all model versions.

The complete new frontskirt/bumper impresses by its aggressive and distinctive visual appearance. Bigger air-intakes with fins as well as a front splitter with its own brake aeration award the Rinspeed X-treme a proprietary and typical look. Beefy wheel arches let the sporty SUV appear to be much wider and more dynamic. The side skirts snug elegantly into the existing side lines and connect homogenously the wide wheel arches. The rear skirt has received a difusor which diminishes the down force significantly. The two rear chrome exhaust tips are the high-light of the back end. The sporty exhaust system clearly suggests the ample power under the hood. The X-treme will bring up the 600 hp on the road.

The contact to the road is ensures by the enormous wheel-tire-combination in the typical Rinspeed design. The biggest available version is of the size of 11x23 inches. The 315/25-23 tires are especially approved for speeds of the 300 km/h. The air suspension is customized with an electronic module which lowers the SUV by 35 mm - the whole range covers 110 mm .

Exclusive leather interiors as well as customizing options as individual bucket seating, home entertainment systems and many other items round up the diversified program.
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Old 01-09-2008, 02:47 AM
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Rinspeed Cayenne X-treme

and the last pic...
Please, some of the moderators to move this thread to Matt's High Res Out!
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Old 01-09-2008, 02:56 AM
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The sporty exhaust system clearly suggests the ample power under the hood. The X-treme will bring up the 600 hp on the road.
I dont understand how this press twoddle convinces people.

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While a custom exterior and bespoke interior bits are nice, they've got to match the motivation. According to Rinspeed, it's boosted the output of the Cayenne to 600 hp through the use of a custom sports exhaust. Although Rinspeed didn't go into detail about how its achieving that number, we'd assume that some significant tweaks were made to the Porsche Turbo's ECU.
(Rinspeed's X-Treme 600 hp Porsche Cayenne - Autoblog)
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Old 01-09-2008, 05:44 AM
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I don't really get this SUV thing. Based on my modest NFS 8 SUV experience these things are like horribly ruined sportcars - too high and too heavy. Improve the Cayenne further, what will you get? The 911 Turbo.
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Old 01-09-2008, 05:50 AM
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I don't really get this SUV thing. Based on my modest NFS 8 SUV experience these things are like horribly ruined sportcars - too high and too heavy. Improve the Cayenne further, what will you get? The 911 Turbo.
Exactly the best way to improve this car is to lower the center of gravity and make it more stream line. The people who buy these things are true wannabees there is no other reason why you would spend so much money on something that is so poor.
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Old 01-09-2008, 01:05 PM
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this is the best looking cayenne ever...awesome work rinspeed1
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Old 01-09-2008, 04:24 PM
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It's almost ironic that this is one of the least extreme concepts that Rinspeed has produced...
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It's almost ironic that this is one of the least extreme concepts that Rinspeed has produced...
It is extreme.

Extremely pointless.
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