Sollte der geneigte Käufer eines Cayman GT4 tatsächlich versuchen, seinen Familienmitgliedern dieses – zugegeben: nahezu perfekte – Fahrzeug durch die von Ihnen nahegelegten Vernunftargumente näherzubringen, so werden ebendiese auf eine kleine (aber historisch bedingt sensible).
Another Flipping Porsche Spy shots of the upcoming new Porsche 718 GT4 and Spyder models have been proliferating on the web. These days, of course, with that comes the inevitable matters of allocations, values, resale and so-called flipping. Who is going to get one and how much do they stand to make if they flip the car overnight?
Last hurrah for Porsche’smid-engine pairing
Hottest Cayman gets naturally aspirated flat six derived from 911 Carrera 991
A new naturally aspirated flat-six has made its way into Porsche’s latest Cayman GT4 and Spyder. And this time around you may even be able to buy one, too… Words by Richard Meaden.
Two distinctly sporty models enter Porsche's mid-engined product range
Boxster and Cayman to get hybrid and full EV options. Porsche plots full range of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and pure-electric 718 models.
Following the success of its ‘back to basics’ 911 T, Porsche has unveiled two 718 T models that follow the same principles. The ‘T’ typically stands for ‘Touring’ in Porsche speak, which translates to mean that these new models are focused on driving pleasure above and beyond anything else. The new 718 T models of Boxster and Cayman will run the same 300hp 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder flat boxer engine found in the entry-level 718. Utilising 280lb ft torque, a 718 T will accelerate from 0-62mph in 5.1 seconds (4.7 secs with PDK) before going on to reach a top speed of 171mph.
The most powerful Cayman ever and just possibly a swansong for Porsche’s mid-engine model
Porsche has now released second-generation iterations of the Type-991 GT3 and GT3 RS. It has also cooked up a Type-991 GT2 RS with 700hp and most recently confirmed the 991 will also be given a swansong in the form of Speedster treatment. The Paris motor show has likewise just been and gone. And, still, there’s no sign of a follow up to the smash hit that was 2016’s Cayman GT4. Nor has the closely related Boxster Spyder received an update.