Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo front 3/4 view

Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo is No Angel

Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo front 3/4 view

After years of all-black this and murdered-out that, it seems like the monochromatic tuner car pendulum is starting to swing the other way. We’ve been noticing quite a few choice custom vehicles that are all or mostly white lately. And now it looks like even Anderson Germany is getting in on the action.

Yeah, we know, this German tuner isn’t exactly a stranger to snow-hued rides, but it seems like most of the recent stuff from Anderson Germany that we’ve reported on has been black or gray. That streak ends in stunning fashion with the White Dream, a current generation Porsche Cayenne Turbo with a sizable infusion of attitude.

Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo rear 3/4 view

The already imposing snout of Porsche’s SUV has been made even more fearsome thanks to a new bumper with LED running and fog lights. A vented hood and headlight trim rings round out the changes to this super SUV’s face. On the sides, Anderson Germany added wheel arch extensions and rocker panel extensions, while the rear features partial taillight masks, dual rear spoilers, and a deep new bumper with a diffuser and center-exit triple tailpipes. A lower ride height, 22” wheels, tinted windows and LED underbody lighting round out the exterior changes.

Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo dashboard view

Revisions to the interior are also comprehensive. The seats are upholstered in white leather made from cow and crocodile hides with black piping, with matching upholstery on the dashboard, door panels and other areas. Black croc skin covers the top of the dash, center armrests, and the floor in both the passenger and cargo areas. Other mods include red seatbelts, white-faced gauges, dual headrest-mounted LCD monitors for back seat occupants, and a sport steering wheel with carbon fiber accents to match the ones on the dash and console.

Anderson Germany White Dream Porsche Cayenne Turbo rear seat view

However, you’re going to forget all about the attention Anderson Germany lavished upon the exterior and interior when you stomp on the gas pedal. A remapped ECU and sport exhaust system (capped by the aforementioned three tailpipes) help the 4.8L twin-turbo V8 under that snazzy new hood make 600 horsepower (up from 500 in the stock Cayenne Turbo). No word what that increase does for performance, but we’re guessing the White Dream is (by SUV standards, at least) stupid quick.

It’s also unclear how much money you’ll have to send Anderson Germany in exchange for your own White Dream Cayenne Turbo. However, whatever the asking price is, we’re pretty sure it will include being able to substitute the “Marko” script on the tailgate and croc skin “carpet” with your own name.

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