Our Auction Picks: Porsche Cayennes from 2008-2009 on Bring a Trailer

Two modified Porsche Cayennes are currently up for auction on Bring a Trailer, and both are sure to grab attention on your social media feed. For racing enthusiasts, a 2009 Porsche Cayenne GTS with a Martini livery wrap is a sight to behold, while a modified 2008 Cayenne S offers a lower-priced option for those looking to join the modified SUV movement.

Modified off-roading Cayennes have gained popularity across the globe, making them an enticing option for those looking for adventure. The 2009 Porsche Cayenne GTS up for auction on Bring a Trailer has already been fitted with an 18-inch OZ racing-style wheels, an aftermarket air suspension, front skid plate, and a roof rack with recovery gear. The multicolor vinyl wrap of the Martini livery over Crystal Silver Metallic paint is sure to catch people’s attention, as are the bi-xenon headlights and sunroof. The black leather interior uses Alcantara upholstery on the heated front seats, and includes navigation and a Bose surround sound system.

The listing does not specify who carried out the modifications, or who worked on the original 4.8-liter V-8 engine that produces 405 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque. The Cayenne GTS also features all-wheel drive, a dual-range transfer case, and a variable center differential. With 121,000 miles on the odometer, the current bid for the car is just over $18,000, and the auction ends on May 3rd.

The second modified Cayenne currently up for auction is a 2008 Cayenne S, featuring a three-inch lift from a Eurowise kit with Bilstein shock absorbers, 32-inch Falken tires (without tire-pressure monitors), and 18-inch Sparco Terra wheels. The Cayenne S has bi-xenon headlights, a roof rack, a rear wiper, and a swing-away rear tire carrier. The Sand White paint job is complemented by Sand Beige leather interior with Gloss Light wood trim accents and heated front seats, as well as navigation and a Bose sound system.

As with the earlier auction, the listing does not provide information on who carried out the modifications or worked on the original 4.8-liter V-8 engine and six-speed transmission. This Cayenne S has some issues, however, such as parking sensors and a windshield washer pump that do not work, as well as some scuffs and blemishes on the exterior. It is unclear whether the odometer reading of 121,000 miles is reliable. The auction ends on May 4th, and the current bid for this Cayenne S is at $7,000.

For those who prefer the DIY approach to modifying their Cayennes, BaT has a fair number of them regularly available. To see all Cayennes on the auction site, simply visit the BaT website. Overall, whether you’re looking for a Cayenne to modify for off-road use or simply enjoy racing, these options represent great value for money for fans of the marque.

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