Porsche Cayenne Balrog by Jeremie Paret


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The name Jeremie Paret might ring some bells if you follow CarZi. Last September of 2008 we introduced Jeremie’s first project the Jeremie Paret Lamborghini Gallardo LP560. Jeremie has now produced and released this pictures and details of his own modified version of the Porsche Cayenne called the BALROG and I must say it looks BAD ASS!

The Porsche Cayenne Balrog Pictures is an aggressive wide bodied update package for the Cayenne. Jeremie spent 8 months researching the market as well as his potential clients in order to deliver you this elegant yet aggressive design package. The update includes a new bold “in your face” front clip which is not only form fitting but also functional which allows for improved cooling of hte Cayenne’s intercoolers and front brakes. It has Turbo side lights and BMW’esque angel eye/corona style fog lamps to further increase it’s sexyness.


The wide body kit allows for some large wheels which would further improve road stability and most likely ride comfort, even if you are sacrificing some fuel economy. On its ass end are a spoiller and diffuser increasing aerodynamic downforce keeping you securely planted to the pavement. (Or concrete roads for that matter).

Custom interior, engine tuning and new wheels are also available custom designed via Jeremie per your request. For more information contact Jeremie at BalrogsGarage.com.

porsche cayenne balrog jeremie paret

porsche cayenne balrog jeremie paret

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[Source: JeremieParet.com, Photos by Arnaud Taquet and Guillaume Janvier.]

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2 Responses to “Porsche Cayenne Balrog by Jeremie Paret”

  1. TAQUET Arnaud said on July 28th, 2009 at 12:49 pm

    Please include the photos credits: Arnaud Taquet!
    These are my pictures…!
    Thanks 😉

  2. WhipDaddy said on July 28th, 2009 at 1:09 pm

    Done, thanks!