Tuesday, May 12, 2009

MAFF Unveils Muron Porsche Cayenne


There’s no mistaking the intent of the MAFF Muron Porsche Cayenne. With fibreglass and carbon-fibre evident from any angle, everywhere, MAFF has been busy.

The Porsche Cayenne has become a bit of a tuner favourite in the past year or so with efforts from 9ff, Gemballa, and edo Competition springing to mind.

The formula appears to be, one, make it look ‘unique’ and, two, make it go like stink. MAFF has definitely done that.


MAFF’s Muron wide body kit is available for the Cayenne range and includes front and rear spoilers, a front grille with daytime running lights, side skirts, a roof spoiler, bonnet scoops, and a boot lid spoiler among other things.

Inside the cabin there’s carbon-fibre and Alacantra everywhere and customers can fine tune the colour scheme and materials used as they see fit.

A beefed-up info-tainment system includes a retractable display that’s capable, MAFF claims, of playing any audio or video format.


It’s not all show though with a 74kW (100hp) increase in power available regardless of the engine being tuned, up to a maximum limit of 522kW (700hp).

Power increases are achieved by installing larger turbos, higher flowing exhaust and inlet systems, and reconfiguring the engine management.

To handle the increases in power, MAFF also modifies the factory suspension to lower the car by 8cm. Interestingly there’s no mention of improvements to the brakes…