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Porsche has introduced a new T variant for the 718 Boxster and Cayman featuring a handful of standard features that improve an already excellent chassis.
The previous GT4 is one of the best concentrations of on-track fun that money can buy; this one will be only better.
Toyo is the lead sponsor for a new race series build around the factory-built Porsche Cayman Clubsport GT4 and GT4 MR. The idea is to bring the spec platform that has been used in Pirelli World Challenge GTS and Continental Sports Car Championship GS to a series more accessible to amateur drivers. There is money involved…
Today at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, Porsche unveiled its latest addition to its track-only vehicle roster, the Cayman GT4 Clubsport. But don’t just assume this is just the road going version of the Cayman GT4 with the addition of a roll cage and the subtraction of an interior, as Porsche has made a number of revisions to the car for motorsport duty.
Not long ago, the Boxster and Cayman got saddled with the reputation as the Porsche 911 for buyers who couldn’t quite afford a Porsche 911. When the latest generation of the 911’s mid-engined little brother was unveiled two years ago, that conversation started to change – in some ways, the Boxster and Cayman were seen as even better handling cars than their 911 brethren. Still, a lack of horsepower and the sophisticated technologies offered on 911 has kept the Boxster and Cayman a notch below in the Porsche lineup. However, that line is starting to blur with the introduction of the Boxster GTS and Cayman GTS.
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TopSpeed has created this rendering of the Caterham Coupe, which could be a contender against Porsche’s Cayman.
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Porsche unveiled the heavily redone Cayman at yesterday’s LA Auto Show. The two-seat coupe, which shares its architecture with the new Boxster, looks much more like a 911 than the previous model did. That’s not a bad thing in our eyes.
The Porsche Cayman is one of the German automaker’s sweetest-handling cars and for 2013, it is receiving a few updates. Spy photographers over at Auto Evolution snagged photos of the car’s interior—Like all of the new Porsche’s, the interior is dominated by the commanding Panamera-esque center stack. While other manufacturers are moving beyond allowing drivers to row their own gears, Porsche is keeping with its heritage and has fitted this car, which may be a Cayman S, with a manual transmission.
A car that you can drive to work, drive to dinner, and drive on the track on a Saturday. That is, in essence, a brief for very high performance sports cars which automakers have been trying to make good on since the very beginning of motoring. We think that we’ve found three modern cars that do a very good job filling the needs of the road/track set, but at three very different price points.
Late last year, the Porsche Cayman R debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Today, though, we were able to get a few more photos of the car in Detroit, this time taking a peak inside the cockpit.
If the Boxster Spyder is a bit too showy for you, Porsche has a more conspicuous solution for you. The Cayman R receives a similar treatment to the Boxster Spyder, only with door handles instead of straps. The Cayman S’ 3.4-liter flat-six produces an extra 10 horsepower, and a systematic diet work together to give the Cayman R a power-to-weight ratio of 8.58 pounds per horsepower.