Are you a purist who believes Porsches should have two or three doors and no more? Not convinced by DC Design's take on a two-door Cayenne? Not impressed by some of the chop-jobs perpetrated by Xenatech? Then have a look at this conversion job by aftermarket firm Merdad.
Starting with either the current- or previous-generation Porsche Cayenne, Merdad has chopped the rear passenger doors right off and replaced them with an aggressive body kit. But the British tuning house didn't stop there: based on the Cayenne Turbo's twin-snail 4.8-liter V8, Merdad has boosted output by nearly 250 horsepower to bring it up to a prodigious 740 overall, tipped to rocket the coupe-like sport-ute to 60 in under 4.4 seconds. That's about all that's available at the moment, but you can check out the renderings in the gallery below for a closer look.