Porsche Cayenne Convertible by NCE

By - July 26th, 2013

Porsche Cayenne Convertible by NCE

Definitely an interesting design decision from Newport Covertible Engineering: combining a convertible top Porsche Cayenne with two-tone wood trim. Proving that there truly is something for everyone, these tuners help Cayenne owners with a desire for wind-swept hair combined with a hit of ’70’s nostalgia turn their dreams into reality. NCE puts wood grain detailing onto the hood and doors and, in place of the chopped-off hood, inserts a structural bar across the top and slides in a fully collapsible rag top. Will it generate as much buzz as the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible released last year? Time will tell. Continue after the click to continue forming your own opinion.

Porsche Cayenne Convertible by NCE

via: carscoop


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