Frankfurt Motor Show Live: TechArt Magnum Gold Edition, GrandGT and Cayman S image

The Porsche specialized German tuner TechArt has recently brought some of its newest creations to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.

One of the first vehicles which will be visible in TechArt’s stand, at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, is definitely the so-called Magnum Gold Edition. This is the only one finished in a different shade than white, a red color scheme, and it’s aimed towards China. The model in question is a modified Porsche Cayenne which will become available in the Asian country with two different body kits.

Changes will include the Aerokit, which is coming with subdued styling and gold accents, with gold wheels and gold badges, along with other gold accents. The TA 058/T1 is allowing the 4.8L twin turbo unit to produce 560 HP, from 500 HP, and from 700 Nm of torque to 780 Nm, while the TA 058/T2, offering 660 HP and 880 Nm of torque.

The TechArt GrandGT has been also presented during the same automotive event. The model is a modified Porsche Panamera which is coming with a number of changes, including the aerodynamic body kit with the splitter, larger air intakes, front apron and more. The GrandGT is also getting new side skirts, carbon fiber hood, roof spoiler, sports exhaust system, the Multifunctional Daytime Running Light System and some other tweaks. No performance details have been announced on the model.

Last but not least, TechArt has brought the new Cayman tuning program to the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. This is adding the Aerodynamic Kit, with the trim bars, side mirrors, adjustable rear spoiler, rear diffuser and more. The Porsche Cayman in question is now sitting on large 21-inch alloy wheels and it has been also fitted with the Sport Spring Kit, which is lowering the ride height by up to 30 mm. Brake calipers are customizable too. The cabin of the model now has carbon fiber trims, lacquered surfaces, leather interior options with stitching, paddle shifters on the sports steering wheel and more. No technical modifications have been announced by TechArt for the model.