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 |  Sep 04 2009, 10:00 AM

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European coachbuilder Mansory continues to take its tuning to new excesses with an even more extreme version of the Chopster – a modified Porsche Cayenne Turbo S.

With an almost completely carbon fiber body, including massively flared fenders there is also plenty of carbon fiber inside, with four carbon fiber sport seats. Plenty of work has been done under the hood as well, where the factory turbocharger have been replaced with larger ones to make no less than 710hp and 664 ft-lbs of torque. Mansory claims a top speed of 188mph, riding on an electronically adjustable suspension and a set of massive 23-inch rims.

Mansory plans to debut the new Chopster at the Frankfurt Auto Show later this month.

GALLERY: Mansory Chopster

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 |  Mar 04 2009, 8:31 AM


Mansory might be a little late to the Porsche Cayenne tuning game, but they certainly make up for it with creativity. The Mansory Chopster is 80 mm (3.2-inches) wider than the factory SUV and, as the Chopster name suggests, has a lowered roofline – by 60mm (2.4-inches).

With a wider stance and, therefore, better handling, Mansory set about to add power to the Cayenne Turbo S’s engine. Thanks to larger turbos, a new exhaust system and a reworked ECU, the Chopster lays down 710hp and 664 ft-lbs of torque. The vehicle’s new top speed is 188 mph!

The Chopster sits on a set of 23×11-inch wheels with 315/25/23 Dunlop tires. The brake system is equally enormous with eight-piston calipers up front that grab 16.5-inch rotors. In the rear is a four-piston brake system with 14.8-inch rotors.

In usual Mansory fashion, the interior of the Chopster is completely changed. In the rear sit just two captain’s chairs, as well as a fridge and headrest-mounted LCD screens.

GALLERY: Mansory Chopster


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