The latest 955 borrows elements from the extreme Cayenne Chopster but presents them in a more discrete fashion

The latest 955 borrows elements from the extreme Cayenne Chopster but presents them in a more discrete fashion

In the world of high-end car modification, there's extreme, there's insane, and then there's Mansory. But every now and then a tuner has to release something just a little ordinary to prove that it hasn’t completely lost the plot. That’s where Mansory 955 kit for the facelifted Porsche Cayenne steps in.

Borrowing elements from the out-of-this-world Cayenne Chopster, revealed at last week’s Geneva Motor Show, Mansory’s new 955 Cayenne picks up a carbon-infused bodykit, lowered suspension set, and new wheels.

The new kit includes an aggressive front bumper with oversized intakes, a lightweight carbon-fiber bonnet with integrated air ducts, pumped fender flares and side skirts to boost the vehicle’s width by 40mm, and a new rear bumper with a carbon-fiber diffuser.

Performance modifications include a high-flow exhaust system with an electronically controlled valve system for when the boys in blue turn up, as well as a 45mm suspension lowering kit and performance brake package. Stopping power comes from 420mm discs and chunky eight piston calipers up front. In the rear are smaller 375mm discs with four piston calipers. A new wheel package consists of 23in aluminum five-spoke alloys.

Inside, there is fully custom sports dress up kit with aluminum pedals, various carbon-fiber inserts, and leather trim with decorative stitching.