Creating an uncompromising sports car takes conviction. Giving it an unmistakable design takes flair. Driving a car like this takes both – as well as an interior that helps the driver to concentrate on the essentials.
In the new Cayman, this has been made possible by a newly developed and clearly presented interior architecture that gives a feeling of open space and offers plenty of freedom of movement around the low-positioned standard Sports seats. At the centre of this development is the driver.
An imposing feature of the interior is the redesigned ascending centre console. We believe that the gear lever should be positioned close to the steering wheel to enable fast, sporty and ergonomic gearshifts. It’s just one of many principles that we’ve transferred from the racetrack to the road. As you would expect, the ignition lock is on the left. The three-spoke sports steering falls perfectly to hand. Behind it are the three central circular instruments, which give you all the important information you need.
The new and generously proportioned luggage compartment is located underneath the wide rear screen. The large rear hatch above the exquisitely styled luggage compartment has a wide opening angle. The luggage protection bar is finished in brushed aluminium just like the inlay between the upper and rear luggage spaces. Storage compartments on both sides offer additional stowage room.