The interior gets any number of totally customizable elements as well, with the show car sporting a refrigerator, DVD player, internet-enabled laptop, head-rest monitor screens and more. Just about anything a customer can dream of, Mansory will do.As for pricing, as the saying goes: if you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Porsche Cayenne Chopster
Cayenne Chopster In the world of high-end car modification, there's extreme, there's insane, and then there's Mansory. But anyone that's actually been inside a Mansory vehicle knows the attention to detail and craftsmanship that goes into their over-the-top designs - they reek of quality. So the chopped, dropped and almost completely carbon fiber Porsche Chopster isn't really that out of the ordinary - for Mansory, anyway.Oddly enough, the Chopster isn't a pure Mansory vehicle - it's one of the first fruits of Mansory's purchase of Rinspeed's Porsche tuning arm,which happened last November. Nevertheless, the gang at Mansory has had time to put their own spin on the idea, and it shows in the detail shots.In addition to the body mods, the Chopster gets a number of performance upgrades, including boosted braking power with some enormous 420mm rotors up front and 375mm units in the rear. That much braking power might seem like overkill, but the pizza-pan rotors will barely look normal inside the massive 23x11in wheels - and the Cayenne is a big vehicle, after all.Plus, once you get the 710hp (522kW) turbocharged V8 under the hood wound up, you might just be glad for all that stopping power. Once it's back under control, however, 665lb-ft (900Nm) of torque will kick the show back into high gear in no time.