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.
The midengined twins will henceforth collect under the 718 moniker, which is a nod to the four-cylinder Porsche racer from the late 1950s.
Porsche just kicked the already-insane Cayman GT4 up another notch with the insane Clubsport, a $165,000 race-ready monster.
With a big wing and a full roll cage, Porsche homologates the Cayman for a variety of club racing series.
With the GT4, Porsche have finally made the Cayman we've all been waiting for. But does that mean it's better than a 911?
For those would-be Cayman owners looking for more power and handling prowess, Porsche is introducing the race-ready Cayman GT4.
Porsche is turning up the wick on its Cayman -- the company's purest sports car -- to create this, the Cayman GT4.
Porsche have released GTS editions of the Boxster and Cayman, the top spec versions available. Both have more power, adjustable rides and are pretty amazing. But which is best?
I'll admit it, I was wrong about the Boxster. The Cayman is best car Porsche makes.
After the brilliant Boxster we wondered whether Porsche could get any better. It turns out that yes, it most certainly can.