• May 11, 2009
MAFF Muron Porsche Cayenne – Click above for a high-res image gallery

"Yeah, but it drives like a sportscar." "You should see the interior." "All the kids arrive at soccer practice in one." We've heard it all before, and there may even be some truth to some of the claims, but push come to shove, the Porsche Cayenne is one ugly beast. And there's only one way to fix that: make it even uglier. That's apparently why we've seen so many widebody kits for the Porsche sport-ute – this be-gilled creation being the latest.

Made by Romanian tuning house MAFF, the Muron package adds all manner of fiberglass and carbon-fiber body panels to help accentuate the Cayenne's natural lines. But the Bucharest-based aftermarket garage doesn't stop there, giving the full treatment to the interior as well. Buyers can choose from a variety of cabin trim options, with various leather and alcantara choices available along with carbon fiber accents and plenty of info-tainment choices to make your Cayenne stand out at the soccer field.

Fortunately, there are engine upgrades available too, topping out at 700 horsepower, all of which you can read about in detail in the press release after the jump and view in the high-res image gallery below.



[Source: MAFF]

PRESS RELEASE
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MAFF Tuning Muron Porsche Cayenne

* "Muron" wide body kit for the entire Porsche Cayenne range
* Custom styled cockpit with Alcantara leather and carbon fiber inserts
* Multimedia system and sound system configured after a MAFF concept
* Power kit for the engine and sport exhaust tips designed by MAFF
* Retuned electronic suspensions and especially designed MAFF alloy wheels

Popularity turned the Porsche Cayenne into quite a common presence on the roads. This explains why the german model features in the portfolio of so many car tuners. Unfortunately, the big sales volume made the aftermarket industry follow in the foot steps of the stock car manufacturers. And this is because they started producing the so called exclusive, unique body kits in large series.

For all these reasons, MAFF Tuning developed the Muron project such as to offer the alternative of a truly custom interpretation of the super SUV. Thus, the Muron package represents a complex stylistic approach, which makes it more than sufficient for seriously amplifying the already powerful personality of the Cayenne.

But what really sets Muron apart from other tuners' body kits is that MAFF proposes it as only the base on which the clients can build their fantasies. This is what actually means to offer custom services. This is what defines MAFF Tuning.

The Muron body kit is built of fiber glass components, in which elements of carbon fiber can be implemented. The package comprises of the following: front and rear spoilers, front grille with integrated LED daytime running lights, side skirts, roof spoiler, bonnet with dramatic scoops, masks for the head lights and tail lights, a discreet adornment for the boot lid, inserts of carbon fiber for the door handles, rear view mirror carcases with integrated LED signal lights and exhaust tailpipes covers. Each of these elements are a MAFF design and this is why the cars are adorned with the MAFF and Muron logos.

Even the light alloy wheels are a special MAFF design. And their dimensions vary according to the request of each and every client.
Also dedicated to the exterior of the car, the clients can choose a unique color or nuance for the paint, under the assistance of the specialized MAFF painters. The color mix and the painting process itself take place in the MAFF workshop, which is equipped with a high class painting booth.

For the interior of the car one can configure a virtualy unlimited number of layouts. This is possible due to the liberty MAFF gives to its clients regarding the choice of color, combination of materials, stitching design, embroiderments and inserts (carbon fiber among others). Only the finest leather types, like Alcantara, are used to tailor the cockpit. Even exotic alternatives like leather with a surface that imitates the carbon fiber texture have been selected by our customers. And the design, as well as the entire tailoring process are the work of the specialized department of the MAFF workshop.

The general feel of the lavishly styled cockpit is further nuanced with the help of ambiental lights, like the ones in the door sills which light up the Muron name.

And because every MAFF concept is meant to flatter each of the human senses, the configuration of the sound system is as elaborate and quality focused as the rest of the Muron project. So, depending on what the clients desire, there can be installed varied sound systems with first class components from brands like Alpine. MAFF tunes them and incorporates them in the cockpit's design with great attention to detail and in a very elegant manner. For example, the subwoofer placed in the boot of the car is inside a resonance box upholstered like the rest of the cockpit. This box may even include a hidden storage aria.

There is also a multimedia kit, which includes the navigation system and is compatible with any audio or video format. On its main display, which can retract in the dashboard, are also shown the images captured by the video cameras integrated in the front and rear bumpers. Of course, the multimedia unit is correlated with the auxiliary displays, which can be implemented in the head rests, in the ceiling or in any other place, if the client's fantasies dictate so.

The Muron project means personality, refinement, fantasy but we can not omit the fact that our object of work is a Porsche, a name acknowledged as being synonymous with performance and racing. Thus, MAFF set free even more of the potential this massive sports car has. Regardless of the engine version we work on, we can raise the power with up to 100 HP, without affecting the endurance of the engine. The power bonus is the result of the reconfigured electronic management of the engine, the fitting of bigger turbines and sportier admission systems and all the additional components for these.

The MAFF portfolio includes some unique models able to develop over 700 HP. This is why MAFF engineers also adjust the suspension of the car, aiming to improve its dynamic behavior. The ride height is consequently reduced by up to 8 cm. This is done by tuning the electronic management of the stock suspensions.


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      • 5 Years Ago
      I think they need to put a few more louvers in the grille.
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      • 5 Years Ago
      The front end looks like it would take off 20mph from it's top speed.
      • 5 Years Ago
      i am not proud to be romanian right now. but i do like their kit for the 5-series bimmer.
      • 5 Years Ago
      I know I'm not supposed to like this, but I do.

      However, I would prefer a darker and more colorful interior.
      • 5 Years Ago
      A: Holy Cow that's evil/agressive looking. Me likes.

      B: I think that's the worlds longest link.
        • 5 Years Ago
        Yes to the link, no to the looks. The front end is pretty ugly if you ask me.
        • 5 Years Ago
        looks alright inside. Outside? meh. The cayenne at gumball looked a bit nicer
      • 5 Years Ago
      Ba-Ba Booey!!!!
      • 5 Years Ago
      Meh
      • 5 Years Ago
      Isn't Transylvania in Romania? Dracula would approve! I do too! I actually like it, unlike some of the other Cayenne tuner attempts.
      • 5 Years Ago
      We are all clear that the exterior shots of the vehicle itself are renders correct? Not an actual car? Why isn't this specified anywhere??
      • 5 Years Ago
      Good Lord that front bumper is ugly! Does that thing eat pets and small children or something?!?
      • 5 Years Ago
      It kind of reminds me of the window air conditioner from The Brave Little Toaster.
      • 5 Years Ago
      That is some nice work.Good job guys.You did a fantastic job
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