ENCO Gladiator 700 GT based on Porsche Cayenne

ENCO has come up with a new monstrous Porsche Cayenne which even has a scary name! It’s called the Gladiator 700 GT Biturbo and it features an insane amount of power and a crazy appearance to match it!

The Gladiator is powered by a modified version of the already hot engine of Cayenne Turbo. It is fitted with high performance parts such as larger turbo charger, manifolds, sport air filter, sports exhaust system with sports catalytic converters, and the result of this stuff is the amazing 700PS and 850 Nm of torque!


The car is now capable of doing zero to 100 km/h in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of around 290 km/h.

The engineers have also done a lot of work on the car’s chassis settings. Its suspension is modified and dropped by 50 mm, and the standard tires are replaced with ginormous 11” x 23” ENCO Jura rims with Dunlop Sport Maxx GT tyres, size 315/25R23.

Inside these wheels you’ll find high performance brakes with this specs: Front – 12-piston brake callipers and 410mm x 36mm brake disks. Rear – 4-piston brake callipers with 380mm x 32mm brake disks.


The Gladiator 700 GT also features a bodykit consisting of Front apron, carbon bonnet, side skirts, roof spoiler, rear apron with integrated diffuser, widened side panels with air vents front and back, two-tone Bordeaux red and black paintwork.


The interior is also garnished accordingly with Four bucket seats from the Porsche 911 GT3 with leather/Alcantara combination and carbon backrests, range of red carbon fittings on the dashboard, steering wheel, center console, seats, door lining and roll cage.

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