The 2012 Porsche Cayman R is an excellent car for fast driving on winding roads, but in daily use it can prove a little uncomfortable.
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After the brilliant Boxster we wondered whether Porsche could get any better. It turns out that yes, it most certainly can.
I'll admit it, I was wrong about the Boxster. The Cayman is best car Porsche makes.
Continuing with their model redesigns, Porsche unveiled the new Cayman at the Los Angeles Auto Show 2012. Sleek and stylish it can also be optioned as a fuel sipper as well.
Remember when Porsche launched the Cayman? It was smaller and more sporty than the 911, yet felt slightly more grown up than the open top Boxster. It's now gone, but certainly not forgotten.
The Cayman R is the Porsche you want when less is more.
The R version of the Cayman pretends to be a stripped-down racer, but it can be optioned up with most of Porsche's cabin tech. Leave that off, though, as this car is built for the track.
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The R version of Porsche's Cayman shows that an incredibly rigid body leads to excellent handling. CNET reviews the 2012 Porsche Cayman R.