Porsche Cayman S Sports on sale in Europe next month

Porsche Cayman S Sports on sale in Europe next month

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Porsche is introducing a new model in the Cayman range. The Cayman S Sport, develops over 300 bhp from its tuned 3.4-litre flat-six engine and goes on sale this spring in Europe.

Originally launched in November 2005, the Porsche Cayman S quickly became the benchmark sports car in the coupe segment.

The latest Sport version combines the mid-engined dynamics of the Cayman S with the visual impact of the iconic 911 GT3 RS. In addition to a more powerful engine, the Cayman S Sport offers a high level of sports driving features and a bespoke range of colour combinations.

With its black-painted alloy wheels, exterior mirrors and air intake grilles, the Cayman S Sport proudly displays its sporting credentials, which are underlined by the black interior design package and a unique, circular instrument display without the usual binnacle above. The alcantara finish on the gear shift, the handbrake lever, and the rim of the steering wheel also creates a purposeful ambience.

Over and above the 303 bhp (223 kW) power unit, the sporting character of the Cayman S is further emphasised by offering Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) as standard, which lowers the car by ten millimetres. Five millimetre spacers push outwards the 19-inch SportDesign wheels in the wheel arches, providing further visual appeal and boosting cornering performance.

Bi-Xenon headlights, the Sports Chrono Package and sports seats in leather as standard enhance the appeal of the car, and a sports exhaust system combined with twin tailpipes completes the picture.

These versions of the Cayman S are limited to an exclusive series, each one proudly bearing their edition number on a plaque on the glove box.

The Cayman S Sport goes on sale in the UK and Ireland in September. Production of the Cayman S Sport will be limited to 700 units worldwide. Customers will also be able to explore the potential of their new car on a Porsche Driving Experience course.

porsche-cayman-fq

Porsche is introducing a new model in the Cayman range. The Cayman S Sport, develops over 300 bhp from its tuned 3.4-litre flat-six engine and goes on sale this spring in Europe.

Originally launched in November 2005, the Porsche Cayman S quickly became the benchmark sports car in the coupe segment.

The latest Sport version combines the mid-engined dynamics of the Cayman S with the visual impact of the iconic 911 GT3 RS. In addition to a more powerful engine, the Cayman S Sport offers a high level of sports driving features and a bespoke range of colour combinations.

With its black-painted alloy wheels, exterior mirrors and air intake grilles, the Cayman S Sport proudly displays its sporting credentials, which are underlined by the black interior design package and a unique, circular instrument display without the usual binnacle above. The alcantara finish on the gear shift, the handbrake lever, and the rim of the steering wheel also creates a purposeful ambience.

Over and above the 303 bhp (223 kW) power unit, the sporting character of the Cayman S is further emphasised by offering Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) as standard, which lowers the car by ten millimetres. Five millimetre spacers push outwards the 19-inch SportDesign wheels in the wheel arches, providing further visual appeal and boosting cornering performance.

Bi-Xenon headlights, the Sports Chrono Package and sports seats in leather as standard enhance the appeal of the car, and a sports exhaust system combined with twin tailpipes completes the picture.

These versions of the Cayman S are limited to an exclusive series, each one proudly bearing their edition number on a plaque on the glove box.

The Cayman S Sport goes on sale in the UK and Ireland in September. Production of the Cayman S Sport will be limited to 700 units worldwide. Customers will also be able to explore the potential of their new car on a Porsche Driving Experience course.

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