Here's what can be done with various modifications.
Agree 100% on the light pod on a Cayenne. I think in the next few years there will be a ton of aftermarket support for Touareg, Cayenne, and Q7.I’d love to see the hood light pod on the Gen 1 Cayenne... just think it looks bad ass. Wondering if I can get the adjustable upper A arm for my T3.
I'm with him.... not only are there not a lot of Touaregs roaming around NA, but most owners are too busy\overwhelmed keeping them running or serviced properly, so there's only a very small percentage who are actually in possession of a well running specimen, who are willing to incur additional expenses to modify them with costly aftermarket (most of the time useless and only for cool points) parts.I fear rhat is wishful thinking so don't hold your breath!
The Eurowise parts on one of the Caynenne's in the video are new. If we make enough noise about wanting parts, I don't think its outlandish to think that a company like Eurowise would develop stuff. I've already pointed them to the many intercooler conversations we have around here. Will that turn into a different intercooler solution for us, who knows but the noise is being heard.LOL the cayenne and toureg have been important for 17 years now, if you think they are just now going to start building parts for it you are on something else
People started over landing in Land Rovers in 1955 - London to Singapore - and the Landy still exists today. Not sure anyone will be seeing tricked out 65 year old Touaregs!Overland type stuff has been cool since the late 70s, early 80s.. as evident by the Land Rover Defenders, Land Cruisers etc of the time