Let’s face it, the Porsche Cayenne is an ugly car and no matter what you’ll do to it, it’s not going to end up looking good.
Hofele Design have still given tuning it a go by creating a fresh body kit and changing a few of the styling cues to at least make it look somewhat more aggressive.
That may have been a success but the Porsche Cayenne underneath is still an ugly car. You could therefore say that the Cayster GT 670 package has gone half the distance.
Still, that half success isn’t bad especially when you consider the sheer amount of craftsmanship that goes into making it.
The Porsche Cayenne Caystar GT 670 features a 14 piece construction, a revised aerodynamic package and a few quite interesting looking details.
Those fairly large 20 or 22 inch alloy wheels look awesome and the white paint that’s rarely broken by some black or red highlighting.
An added performance is also teamed to the new look but Hofele Design didn’t bother with tuning (once again) the Turbo or Turbo S versions.
Instead, they sensibly offer some extra performance with the 3.0 liter TDI and 3.0 liter TSI Hybrid powerplant options.
Having started out with previous engine options, the 3.0 liter diesel no longer produces 245 horsepower but a more respectable 300 ponies.
A similar story can be noticed with the Hofele Design Porsche Cayenne Caystar GT 670’s fitting to the hybrid powertrain.
That one goes up from 380 to 480 horsepower. How tasty does that sound? A near 500 horsepower hybrid isn’t terribly green but I really love the idea.