Porsche Cayenne 22 Inch Custom Wheels.

Porsche Cayenne 22 Inch Custom Wheels.

Custom Forged 22-Inch Wheels for the brand new Porsche Cayenne.

Porsche Cayenne 22 Inch Custom Wheels with the LOMA TrackSpec® Technology are backed up with a 24-month warranty on finish and material. All Porsche Cayenne 22 Inch custom wheels are forged and ready for track-days or offroad adventures. A beautiful floating cap with the LOMA Monte Carlo or custom Porsche Logo will be the cherry on top. Available in 21, 22, and 23-Inches.

Porsche Cayenne 22 Inch Wheels in Diamond Cut finish.

The 2021 Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe is undoubtedly the sexiest Porsche SUV of all time. Besides the incredible 550 horsepower fired by a V8, the shape makes the car a toy for the riches. However, you have only a limited amount of wheel designs that Porsche offers. They are pretty pricey, too, especially if you want to go with the 22-Inch option. Now not only that you have to take the sport package for a staggering $13,000 and get this super ugly square like dry my dishes surface on your seats, you have a carbon roof that looks super nice for sure, but no way of getting any beauty of the excellent sky in summer through the beautiful panorama roof. Now, suppose you want to save some unnecessary spending at your local Porsche dealer. In that case, you can go with the options you really need and equip your Porsche Cayenne with a set of LOMA MCS forged wheels.

Porsche Cayenne Aftermarket Wheels. Available in 21,22 and 23-Inch sizes.

Yes, you read right. The tires measure now 295/35 R22 on the front axle and 335/25 R22 on the rear axle. Without any rubbing or extra modifications, LOMA Wheels knows exactly what offsets to do to drive the Porsche Cayenne Turbo Coupe on super wide tires. Sets are starting at 5.450 Euros / $6540, including the shown color Beluga Black Competition. We offer sizes in 21, 22, and 23-Inches. Contact us today to discuss your needs.

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The 2021 Porsche Cayenne is an SUV by design but a sports car by nature, which earned it an Editors' Choice award. This largest of Porsches provides a diverse range of powertrains that include a pair of proficient V-6s, a modern plug-in hybrid, and a thundering twin-turbo V-8. Of course, power is pointless if it isn't correctly harnessed. The Cayenne's innate athleticism and sublime handling traits ensure it lives up to the German brand's illustrious history. Its spacious interior is basically a canvas for customization, thanks to Porsche's extensive roster of available options. While these features can quickly inflate its price, and we think some should be standard, at least they're discretional. Besides, the 2021 Cayenne—and its coupe counterpart (reviewed separately)—are mid-size luxury crossovers that fully engage driving enthusiasts. That makes them our favorite choice.

What's New for 2021?

Porsche spices up the 2021 Cayenne lineup with the GTS model's return, which has a 460-hp twin-turbo V-8. It'll also benefit from a lowered suspension and other performance hardware along with more desirable standard features. The 2021 GTS is the top-of-the-line version of the regular Cayenne. Still, it's just as much a gateway to the high-powered Turbo variants (reviewed separately). The Cayenne E-Hybrid also introduces a larger battery that now boasts a capacity of 17.9 kWh versus 14.1. Porsche also says it changed the battery's state of charge to make more efficient use of the gas engine, which helps increase the pack's life.

The new GTS is a compelling option since it's the only non-Turbo variant with a V-8. However, we're very fond of the standard Cayenne, which is about $40,000 cheaper and still impressively quick. It already comes with a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 10-speaker stereo, and a Wi-Fi hotspot—among other popular equipment—and our preferred configuration would expand upon that with thoughtful options. We'd add the Premium package that includes 14-way power front seats, adaptive LED headlights, blind-spot monitoring, a more powerful Bose surround-sound system, hands-free passive entry, heated front seats, and a panoramic sunroof. We'd also optimize its on-road performance and off-road capabilities with the Sport Chrono package (expanded drive modes and launch control, the Off-Road package (extra underbody protection and additional displays), and the adaptive air suspension. Individual options that would improve its style and increase its luxury include a set of 20-inch wheels, four-zone climate control, a heated steering wheel, a head-up display, massaging front seats, and soft-close doors.


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