TechArt Reminder: Our Cayman GT Is Really Cool

Back in 2006, TechArt introduced the ‘GTsport’ refinement program for the first-generation Porsche Cayman S, a car that would plow all the way to 300 km/h (186 mph) thanks to its 385 PS engine.

That Cayman also featured a fixed wing with an adjustable gurney flap, a custom front apron with large air intakes and an air outlet at the front lid. Now, the Cayman (981) comes with its own set of sporty upgrades courtesy of the very same tuning firm.

Aside from the fixed Rear Spoiler II, you can also opt for the chassis enhancements, powerful sport exhaust systems, lightweight wheels and a whole bunch of interior refinement options helping you get the most out of your “racing experience” behind the wheel of the Cayman.

Starting with the wheels, you’re looking at a set of 21″ TechArt Formula III forged light alloys with 5 twin-spokes styling. It’s a simple yet very dynamic design that tells ups the ante for the Cayman as far as its exterior appearance is concerned.

Overall, this kit may just turn your Cayman into a car that’s just as aggressive as the flagship GT4 version, which is, as you know, one of the world’s most exquisite driver’s cars.

One thing’s for sure, no matter what you do to your Cayman in terms of exterior mods, leaving out the rear wing is a pretty big no-no. We’ve seen plenty of sleek-looking Porsche Exclusive versions of the car to know that they have nothing on the GT4 in terms of appearance.

Oh, and the active wing on the GTS doesn’t even hold a candle to this bad boy.