Showing posts in the category of Porsche Cayman

White Porsche Cayman Goes Airborne During Insane Crash


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Unless you're trying out for the Chicago Bulls and you're definitely not behind the wheel of a moving car, that much hang time is going to get you in a lot of trouble.

10 Porsche Models Added To Forza Horizon 2, Including Macan Turbo [w/Video]


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Ever wanted to drive a Porsche Macan in a video game? In the unlikely case that you did, the recently-released Porsche Expansion Pack for Forza Horizon 2 includes the brand’s smallest SUV in the range-topping Turbo version.

Porsche Show Off All Their GTS Models In New Spot


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Even though Porsche's GTS line-up isn't exactly the best they can do in terms of performance, there's just something special about these cars and we think we know what it is.

Porsche Boxster And Cayman Will Get 4-Cylinder Turbo Engines In 2016


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We knew this day would come, but we chose to ignore it, thinking it will go away. Increasingly stringent emissions standards, imposed by the European Union, had determined Porsche to re-think its engine offerings.

Porsche Considering Making a Boxster Spyder GT4


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Porsche, motivated by the big success the Cayman GT4 proved to be, is currently contemplating the build of a Boxster Spyder GT4 version.

Moronic Porsche Cayman Driver Goes From Bad To Worse In 10 Seconds


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We're all human and we all make mistakes now and then, but when you make one bad decision after the other, then you deserve what you get.

Walter Röhrl Takes New Porsche Cayman GT4 For A Spin


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Porsche’s most track-focused Cayman ever, the GT4, has arrived in the hands of one of the most famous rally drivers of all time, Walter Röhrl.

There's No Way Around it: Porsche's Cayman GT4 is a Blast!


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Is the Porsche Cayman GT4 the epitome of the sports car as we currently know it? It’s had huge critical acclaim for being “the car the Cayman should have been all along,” even if it’s by no means the fastest thing on the road.

Surprised? Porsche Cayman GT4 Is Sensational On The Track


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Here’s another video review of the model that sits at the top of the food chain in the Porsche Cayman lineup, the GT4.

Watch New Cayman GT4 Do a Perfect 0-240 km/h Launch


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Not too long ago, it would have been very difficult to have a serious conversation with somebody while trying to justify buying a Porsche Cayman over its 911 sibling. Ah, good times.

Porsche May Make More Macho Cayman GT4 RS Version


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The Porsche Cayman GT4 (pictured) is already a very enticing driving machine that takes the model name tag to new performance heights. It has the full 3.8-liter engine and makes 385 PS / 380 hp and with it the car sprints to sixty in 4.2 seconds.

First Video Review Of New Cayman GT4 Contains Serious Amount Of Fun


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Chris Harris delivers one of the first video reviews of the much anticipated -and my personal Geneva hero- Cayman GT4.

Porsche Cayman GT4 Looks Eager to Prove Itself Against 911 Carrera in Geneva


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Fans have long yearned for a Porsche Cayman with as much power as its excellent chassis can take, and their prayers have finally been answered by the bosses in Stuttgart with the Cayman GT4.

New Porsche Cayman GT4 Vs. Used '997' 911 GT3 [w/Poll]


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The Porsche 911 recipe has always been simple: an iconic teardrop silhouette that possesses a powerful boxer-six engine in the rear. However, while the core recipe is unchanged, the current generation of Porsche 911 is experiencing a revolution, whether we like it or not.

Porsche Motorsport Boss Tells Everything There Is to Know about the Cayman GT4


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The most hardcore Porsche Cayman ever made, the GT4, is a dream come true for those enthusiasts who have always believed the automaker is keeping its mid-engined coupe underpowered on purpose.

Now Porsche has found a formula to build a very powerful and fast Cayman without making people give up on the 911 – or at least it thinks it has. The fact that the Cayman GT4 was developed by Porsche Motorsport, the same division responsible for the 911 GT3 and other similar products, proves that Porsche was serious about building the ultimate Cayman.

EVO’s Jethro Bovingdon talked to Porsche Motorsport’s GT car boss Andreas Prueninger about the Cayman GT4, which is described as the 911 GT3’s little brother. As you probably know by now, the Cayman GT4 features a 385PS (380hp) 3.8-liter flat-six engine derived from the 911 Carrera S mated to a six-speed manual gearbox, which allow it to sprint from 0 to 100km/h (62 mph) in 4.4 seconds and to reach a top speed of 295km/h (183mph).

It may sound simple, but there are many more changes than the engine (which at first didn’t even fit into the Cayman), and they are all detailed in the video posted below.

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Porsche Reveals New Cayman GT4 with 380HP, Priced from $84,600*


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Meet the newest and fastest member ever of Porsche Cayman family, the new GT4 with chassis components from the much-hyped 911 GT3.

Hard(er)core Porsche Boxster Here in 2016 With no Extra Power


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According to all of the positive reviews of the latest incarnation of the Boxster, Porsche really seems to be onto a winner. It and the Cayman are the darlings of pretty much all auto journos, some of which have always said the manufacturer is holding it back so as not to step on the toes of the bigger 911.

More Details on Porsche Boxster & Cayman Turbocharged Future


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Ever since Porsche's Chief of engineering, Wolfgang Hatz confirmed that turbo engines could be the solution for the brand's sub-GT3 models, we've been wondering just how far down into the range they would implement them.

New Porsche Cayman GT4 Spied Camouflage Free


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Not that Porsche was really trying to hide its Cayman GT4 testers, but the firm's new coupe has been caught without any camouflage while also wearing a production rear wing.

Next Porsche Boxster to be Called 718?


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We already know that Porsche won’t be making a sub-Boxster/Cayman model and use the 718 name for that, so its use for the next incarnation of the sub-911 model does make sense.