Just look at it. It features a typically over-the-top bodykit from Mansory, pronounced by a huge open-mouth face. The Porsche Cayenne Turbo-based package almost looks like it's going fast just standing still, with its aggressively athletic new front bumper bar and sheered-off rear diffuser and truly chunky rear splitter. Take a quick glance at the back and you'd be forgiven for thinking it was some kind of sports water craft.
The excess doesn't stop at a bodykit, however. Almost every detail and piece of trimming has been replaced by a entwined piece of carbon fibre; the bonnet, side mirrors, door sills, headlight surrounds and even the tailgate scuff panel is all carbon fibre.
From the side we can see it isn't really a vehicle intended for off-road use. Not with those huge 22-inch wheels and lowered suspension. The suspension can be raised by 45mm though, through the use of a Mansory pneumatic control module.
Modifications are not limited to revising the visuals, however. The engine is also tweaked beyond oblivion. In standard form, the Porsche Cayenne Turbo's 4.8-litre twin-turbo produces 368kW of power. After Mansory has fettled with it, output is increased to a tremendous 507kW. Torque is also up from 700Nm to 800Nm.
Mansory says it will sprint from 0-100km/h in just 4.4 seconds if you tickle it in the right places (mainly the accelerator pedal). And if you keep tickling, it'll top out at a speed of 300km/h.
It might be ugly but if you're after a completely modified Cayenne Turbo but still want to keep the original platform, then Mansory is clearly more than up to the task.