Sure if you wanna pay the money to get it done. But I guess if you own one of these money isnt much of a issue.
You'll have to switch out the whole motor for a turbo unit. You cannot add a turbo to the existing motor, the compression ratio is too high for a turbo.
I own a '12 Cayenne S, and a '13 911 Carrera S with power kit. I know the Porsche turbo is the best of the best, but normally aspirated is the best all round choice. Turbos are troublesome and hard to tune. Not worth the few extra few tenths of a second or so. I have yet to be bested in either car. In addition, Wastegate setting is very difficult to tune. Engine life is shorter. I doubt that even a high end garage could get such a conversion right. If you have to have a turbo, buy a factory car.
Technically it could be done, but the correct conversion would cost more than selling your car and buying a turbo model. Totally unenviable proposition to convert it
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