Leonberg’s finest have announced that their take on Porsche’s Cayenne will debut at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. Techart, who usually lend themselves to Porsche’s flagship 911, have decided to concentrate their efforts on the new Cayenne diesel, to great results. Probably still dizzy from their victories at this year’s Tuner Grand Prix, they have decided to leave the engine and internals unchanged, focusing instead on the body and ride of the sport-ute. The front features a lower spoiler with integrated headlight unit, and the new door sill panels give Techart’s creation the appearance of riding much lower to the ground. In the back, a revised rear apron surrounds the quad exhaust pipes, centered by a rear diffuser; riding up top is a functional roof spoiler. The beautiful new 5-spoke wheels are said to improve ventilation in the wheel arches, but something tells us that Techart is more concerned with form over function on this creation.
More images of the Techart Porsche Cayenne Diesel after the jump.