Porsche Cayman S (type 987)
The Cayman S, which has been available since model year 2006, is the first Cayman generation produced in Porsche history. Positioned above the Boxster S, the new mid-engine coupe closes the gap between the Boxster S and the 911 Carrera in terms of both price and performance. The Cayman S, which is equipped with a 3.4-litre engine, has design features of the 550 Coupe from 1953 and the 904 Carrera GTS Coupe and differs significantly from the 911 Carrera in terms of design and proportions.
In April 2006, the Cayman S was voted World Performance Car of the Year 2006 at the New York International Auto Show for its perfect combination of handling, looks and performance.
Cayman S (2006-08)
H7 clear-glass headlights with projection technology // 4-piston monobloc aluminium fixed callipers painted Red // 18-inch aluminium wheels // Front lid made of aluminium // Porsche Stability Management (PSM) // Wing element, which is extended by 80 millimetres at a speed of 120 km/h // Acceleration from 0 to 100 in 5.4 seconds // Top speed 275 km/h
Cayman S Porsche Design Edition 1 (2007-08)
Black special model that comes with a briefcase containing selected Porsche Design products (sunglasses, a pen, a key ring, a pocket knife, a Flat Six chronograph) // Limited to 777 vehicles // Painted Black/three Medium Black vertical stripes, of which the middle one is slightly narrower/right stripe on the bonnet has PORSCHE DESIGN inscription // 3.4-litre boxer engine with a power output of 217 kW (295 PS) // 19-inch Turbo wheels // Interior features in leather/Alcantara // Porsche Crest embossed on the seat headrest // 3-spoke sports steering wheel // Aluminium plaque on the glove compartment with 'Porsche Design Edition 1' inscription and the vehicle number out of the 777 units // Dial of the instruments based on the design of the first Porsche chronograph // Only high-quality materials were used, such as steel, titanium, aluminium, and leather
Cayman S (2009-12)
Round twin tailpipe // 3.4-litre engine with new direct fuel injection (DFI) // Unloaded weight of 1350 kilograms // Optional 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) // Red brake callipers // New 18-inch Cayman S II wheels with a turbine-like arrangement of the 5 spokes
Cayman S Sport (2009)
Special model limited to 700 units // Available in the bright Orange or brilliant Green of the 911 GT3 RS // Black 'Cayman S' wrapping adhered to the sides // Standard Bi-Xenon headlights // 3.4 litre engine with 223 kW (303 PS) // Optimised exhaust system and sports exhaust system with two round tailpipes // 19-inch sport design wheels // Interior: features in Alcantara/leather // Aluminium plaque on the glove compartment with 'Cayman S Sport Limited Edition' inscription and the vehicle number out of 700 // 'Sport Chrono Package' with round chronographs on the dashboard and footrests in sports design
Cayman R (2011)
10 PS more power and 55 kg lighter than the Cayman S // Revised, 20 mm lower sports suspension // Black border around the headlights // Fixed rear wing // More pronounced front spoiler lip // Lighter doors from the 911 Turbo with Porsche logo // Lightweight equipment // Standard sports seats
Cayman S Black Edition (2012)
Special model limited to 500 units // Performance-enhanced engine from the Cayman R // Painted Black, Black interior and Black rims
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