Techart Brings 720 HP Magnum Sport To Essen Motor Show

Bringing a Cayenne Turbo S-based Magnum to Essen has become somewhat of a tradition for Techart, which is now displaying a new 720 HP Magnum Sport model at this year’s show.

Techart has been building Magnums since 2004, making this one of the most recognizable Porsche Cayenne mods worldwide.

The latest package consists of enhanced carbon fiber parts, such as the side mirror trims, headlight trims, roof spoiler, rear spoiler and even the taillight trim, upon closer inspection.

As for the cabin, while we can’t see the interior of their 2016 Essen Magnum Sport, it’s safe to assume it features the exclusive ‘Magnum Sport’ leather we’ve seen on previous iterations, which also came with a carbon styling package on the dash, doors and console, plus a Sport steering wheel wrapped in leather.

With a confirmed 720 HP driving its four wheels, the Magnum Sport can certainly claim to be one of the most powerful premium SUVs in the world, and a perfect rival for something like the Brabus GLE 850.

Essen Motor Show visitors can check out the Magnum Sport alongside other Techart-tuned Porsche products now and until December 4th.


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