This 2005 Porsche Cayenne Transsyberia clone looks amazing.
The vast majority of Porsche Cayenne’s will never drive on gravel, let alone difficult off-roading. But thanks to its many modifications, this Cayenne Turbo is ready to tackle very difficult road sections.
The Cayenne Turbo offered for sale was released in 2005. It is now up for auction through Cars & Bids. This is one of the existing Cayenne, focused on off-roading without involvement in an accident.
At the factory, this Cayenne Turbo was equipped with an advanced off-road technology package that included center and rear differential locks and hydraulically activated front and rear anti-roll bar deactivation devices.
The developers have equipped it with Active Suspension Management and Traction Management systems, a sunroof, leather upholstery with heated front and rear seats and 4-zone climate control.
To improve the SUV’s off-road capabilities, the car owner installed a 3-inch suspension lift, 18-inch wheels with 265/65 Kenda Klever E-rating tires, aluminum mountain sliders, a roof crossbar with 5 LED off-road headlights. Custom made a foldable external spare wheel holder with two additional fuel tanks and various unique decals.
The previous owner of this Cayenne built it as a tribute to the Porsche models that competed in the Transsiberia rally. Under the hood is a powerful 4.5-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 450 hp. and 760 Nm of torque. This power is transmitted to all four wheels thanks to the 6-speed automatic transmission.
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