Outstanding acceleration figures are one way to express performance. We focus not only on the positive, but also the opposite values of acceleration. This is how Porsche has traditionally succeeded in setting standards for deceleration and stability.
The Cayman models are equipped with four-piston...Learn more
From the start, Porsche has been synonymous with motorsport. Ever since 1948, when we found our identity on the racetrack, we have taken the experience we have gained and applied it to the road. The optional Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB) is a fine example. This brake system has already had...Learn more
Enhanced Porsche Stability Management (PSM) is fitted as standard. This system automatically maintains stability and traction even at the limits of dynamic driving performance. Sensors continuously monitor the direction, speed, yaw velocity and lateral acceleration of the car. Using this...Learn more
To protect the driver and passenger, the Cayman models are equipped as standard with full-size and knee airbags, which are inflated in two stages depending on the severity and type of accident (e. g. frontal or offset frontal). In less serious accidents, the airbags are only partially inflated,...Learn more
The bodyshell of the Cayman models is based on an intelligent lightweight principle involving the composite construction of aluminum and steel. The use of dissimilar but precisely combined components makes it possible to utilise specific material properties exactly where they are needed. Not only...Learn more
The Cayman models are equipped as standard with an immobiliser with in-key transponder. In addition, the Cayman S has an alarm system with contact-sensitive exterior protection. A radar-based interior survaillance system is fitted as standard. For the Cayman, a combined alarm...Learn more