Newport Convertible Engineering – NCE will Design and Engineer your Porsche Cayenne to a Porsche Cayenne Convertible!
Luxury SUV Porsche Cayenne Convertible by NCE.
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Newport Convertible Engineering was the first US coach builder that designed, engineered and distributed limited Porsche Cayenne Convertibles throughout the world!
Newport Convertible engineering is currently the only US coach builder that designs, engineers and distributes the Porsche Cayenne Convertibles throughout the world.
by Andrew Wendler
If you’re like most Americans, your daily routine serves merely as a minor distraction from the weight of life’s most pertinent and urgent question: How can I turn my Porsche Cayenne into a sweet-ass convertible, possibly including faux-wood paneling? Thanks to the efforts of California-based Newport Convertible Engineering, those with a spare Cayenne and a presumably tall stack of cash will no longer have to carry such a burden.
While images of both first- and second-generation Cayenne ragtops appear on NCE’s website.
C/D’s exposure to NCE dates all the way back to 2002, when we checked out the company’s and examined the SoCal-based shop’s conversion process. all things considered, it was a rather pleasurable experience.
By Patrick Mallory
Official: Porsche Cayenne Convertible by Newport Convertible Engineering
Just a few days after Newport Convertible Engineering emerged on our radar with its 2013 Range Rover Autobiography Convertible,
the company has released the first images of its brand new convertible variants of the Porsche Cayenne.
Two of the following images showcase the most recent generation Porsche Cayenne, while the other shows a first-gen
Porsche Cayenne which underwent this dramatic and god-awful surgery.
Not long after releasing its looking 2013 Range Rover Convertible,
Newport Convertible Engineering announced that 47 orders for the car had been received and from a business standpoint,
it certainly seems to make sense to expand the firm’s convertible SUV range and the Porsche Cayenne is the perfect car to do that with.
Additionally, because the Porsche Cayenne isn’t a very attractive car to begin with, especially the first-generation model,
chopping the roof off just makes it that little bit more ugly.