The A Kahn Design Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track Heads to Geneva

The A Kahn Design Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track Heads to Geneva

Flexing its muscles in Switzerland.

Afzal Kahn and his team at A Kahn Design are looking to make a statement at the 2013 Geneva International Motor Show on March 5th with their new lineup of models. The 83rd annual show will feature the new Kahn RS250 Evoque in Fuji White, the Defender Concept 17 Wide Body prototype, and the new Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track model.

The team at A Kahn Design is looking to make quite an impression with the new Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track model with its imposing looks and refined style. A new set of front and rear extended wheel arches are used and feature integrated vents and air dams. The front pair of wheel arches also wears a set of integrated LED daytime running lights that stare ahead beneath the confident headlights. A welcome ambient light package and satin black door handles create a more exclusive look and are rounded out by Kahn enamel wing shields and tailgate logo. At the rear, a touch of downforce and style is added with the installation of a new lower bootlid spoiler.

The Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track is not only more dynamic visually, but also on the road. The team at A Kahn Design installed a set of new sport suspension springs to sharpen up handling and their stainless steel cross-hair exhaust system for a more exciting sound. Filling in the extended wheel arches is a set of Kahn RS 600 wheels with a unique five-spoke design in a 9.5 x 22 front and 10.5 x 22 rear setup. Each wheel can also be paired up with the factory center caps for a more OEM appearance. Peeking out from behind the custom-finished RS 600 wheels are gold-painted brake calipers.

The A Kahn Design Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track Heads to Geneva

Inside the show vehicle, the A Kahn Design team outfitted the Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track with luxurious materials and exclusive upgrades. Both the front and rear seats are furnished with soft black and carbon quilted and perforated leather with ivory stitching. The center glove box wears the same black and carbon quilted leather with ivory stitching for a uniform appearance and comfortable atmosphere complemented by new floor mats and a special “Kahn Investing in British Industry” logo. Each driver benefits from a new set of machined aluminum pedals and a pair of cream and red speedometer and tachometer displays. All of the new interior upgrades are hidden from sight thanks to a dark privacy glass.

The new Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track will be on display alongside the RS250 Evoque in Fuji White, the Defender Concept 17 Wide Body prototype models at the A Kahn Design Exhibition area in Hall 6, stand 6338, so come stop by and have a look!

Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track Specifications

Exterior:
-Front and rear vented wheel arches with integrated air dams
-Front LED daytime running lights in wheel arches
-Kahn enamel wing shields
-Kahn enamel tailgate logo
-Rear lower bootlid spoiler
-Satin black door handles
-Welcome ambient lighting package
-Privacy tinted glass
-Kahn RS 600 wheels in 9.5 x 22 (front) and 10.5 x 22 (rear) with original center caps.
-Sport lowering springs
-Gold-painted brake calipers
-Stainless steel cross-hair exhaust

Interior:
-Front and rear seats in black and carbon quilted and perforated leather with ivory stitching.
-Center glove box in black and carbon quilted and perforated leather with ivory stitching.
-Red and cream tachometer and speedometer
-Machined and vented aluminum foot pedals
-New floor mats
-Kahn Investing in British Industry logo

Porsche Cayenne SuperSport Wide Track Gallery

[Source: A Kahn Design]

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Ryan Konko, Senior Motoring Editor

Since his first drive in a Porsche 911, Ryan has been infatuated with high-end automobiles. Dating back to his high-school days, Ryan has had a knack for writing about his adventures with cars, his first being a 1994 Chrysler Concorde (what an experience). Ryan is your satirical guide to the affluent caviar-fueled automotive world. He also likes to stand in front of moving objects while playing lacrosse and floor hockey.