MANHART Gives the Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupé 807 HP and 1,090 Nm of Torque

MANHART continues to branch out from its usual selection of BMWs with its latest project, the CRT 800, otherwise known as its modification of the Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupé.

In standard form, the SUV’s four-liter bi-turbo V8 produces 550 HP and 770 Nm of torque. However, MANHART takes this to the extreme, adding turbo upgrades, a MANHART intercooler, and software optimization of either ECU remapping or MANHART’s MH tronik auxiliary control unit, to create an SUV that now produces 807 HP and 1,090 Nm of maximum torque.

Couple this with the four 100-millimeter tailpipes at the rear, and you can expect the car’s standard sprint of 3.9 seconds to 62 MPH to be slashed considerably.

Elsewhere around the car, you’ll find MANHART’s signature black and gold livery, 22” MANHART five-star double-spoke alloy wheels, suspension lowering of up to 35mm and suspension tuning, optionally tuned brakes, a carbon front splitter, carbon rear diffuser, and optional interior customization.

MANHART’s CRT 800 can be seen in the gallery above, while more information such as pricing can be found online.

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