Trust Porsche Tequipment to Add That Extra Something to Your Cayenne

October 27th, 2015 by

If you’re in the market for a new vehicle from Porsche Orland Park, you’re probably already sold on the fundamentals—what these amazing cars do, what they look like, etc. If that’s the case, it’s time to get a bit more granular with Porsche Tequipment. Porsche Tequipment is a way to add accessories to your vehicle, finding and equipping your vehicle with all the best little amenities you never even thought of. Today, we’re going to discuss some of the best Porsche Tequipment available for one of the most exciting 2016 models, the Porsche Cayenne.


Let’s start with some of the exterior accessories. Trick out your vehicle’s façade with a twin-wing profile roof spoiler, or add stainless-steel rear trim for a sharp, modern look. Upgrade the tail lights with LED bulbs, add on extended painted mirrors, and add running boards for that sports car aesthetic. Accessories can help you reshape the exterior of your Cayenne to your liking.


You can use Tequipment to spruce up your ride’s performance, too. The Cayenne is compatible with a chrome-plated sport exhaust system or sport tailpipes to manage your exhaust efficiently and in style. You can also add the SPORT PLUS button for even sportier tuning of the engine and chassis, including a performance display in the PCM and instrument cluster to give you that real racecar feeling.


It’s on the inside where Porsche Tequipment really shines, though. The options here are massive, from all-weather floor mats for extreme dirt control to a number of high-quality whole interior packages in colors like carbon or dark walnut. Try a rear footrest to give your passengers a cushy ride, or go with door entry guards for security and style.

Tequipment Has What You Need

That’s only scratching the surface. If you want to make your new Porsche the best vehicle it can be, you owe it to yourself to check out the whole line of Tequipment on offer though Porsche Orland Park: A Joe Rizza Dealership. When it comes down to it, it’s often the small things that add up to create the whole experience. So don’t skimp on the small stuff.