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Porsche Cayenne 958 widebody kit by CT Exclusive

September 29, 2014

As far as Euro SUVs are concerned, the Porsche Cayenne has to be one of the best cars in its class to put a widebody kit on. German tuner CT Exclusive has just released their widebody kit for the Porsche SUV, and doesn’t it look boss.

CT Exclusive Porsche Cayenne widebody kit front

The bodykit includes an aggressively-styled front bumper with large air intakes, new rear bumper with quad-exhaust tip outlets and diffuser, side skirts, wheel arch flares, and custom LED daytime running lights for the front.

Finishing the Cayenne off is a set of double-spoke 23×11 wheels finished in matt grey wearing 315/25 Dunlop Super Sport tyres.

CT Exclusive states on their website that all of their bodykits are made in Germany from carbon-reinforced plastic which is coated with an ISO-Flex Gelcoat.

CT Exclusive Porsche Cayenne widebody kit rear

The widebody kit has been specifically designed for all Porsche Cayenne 958 models (second generation), and has been fabricated to fit up to the SUV’s original attachment points. The kit can be painted to suit all of the available Cayenne colour options, or custom colours. For the Cayenne widebody kit CT Exclusive is asking 8,900 euros (around AU$12,900).

The Porsche Cayenne lineup in Australia starts from $99,700 for the 3.6-litre petrol V6, and tops out at $259,100 with the monster 405kW/750Nm Cayenne Turbo S which can shoot from 0-100km/h in just 4.5 seconds.

An updated version of the Porsche Cayenne, which is set to be styled closer to the newly-released Macan, will be revealed at the upcoming Paris Motor Show. The show runs from October 4-19. Be sure to check our front page over the coming days for coverage of the show.

Josh was one of the original co-founders of PerformanceDrive. His expertise is car culture and aftermarket performance. He was the editor at Hot4s Magazine for a few years, and has since worked at Fast Fours, Zoom, and as a journalist for The Project Group.