Meet the new Porsche 718 Cayman. The 718 bit of the name comes from races car from the early days of Porsche.
They, like the new Cayman, have four-cylinder engines and go rather quickly.
That's about all the two have in common though.
The new Cayman gets a sharper look to it. Most notably its nose.
Apparently it's almost completely new. Parts like the roof carry over from the old car, but that's about it.
Even the door handles are new.
The rear is rather fine, save for the black strip with 'PORSCHE' written across it. That looks a touch tacky.
The main story here is the engine - it's a four-cylinder turbo. In the S you get 2.5-liters to play with, the non-S gets 2.0.
Power is up for both models, the S getting 345bhp and 310lb-ft. 0-62mph, in a car with the PDK auto and Sport Chrono fitted, takes 4.2 seconds. That's as quick as a base 911.
Feeling brave? The S will hit 177mph if you've got the space.
The car rides wonderfully in normal mode, but flip a switch and it turns MEAN.
The throttle becomes more agressive, steering heavier and all-round wonderful. Apart from one thing...
It sounds dreadful. The old howl is gone, replaced by a din that's unpleasant at any speed.
A shame, because one of the reasons for buying a sports car is the sound it makes.
And because you've got a closed off roof, there's no way to escape it. You're tapped in the cabin with it. Or... is it trapped in the cabin with you?
The stick shift is fantastic. As they go, it's up there for fun. The PDK is, well, a Porsche double clutch auto. So... awesome!
Inside you now get a seven-inch touch screen interface with Apple CarPlay. It's slick and works really well.
Though you don't have to use the touch screen if you don't want to. There are buttons glore to play with.
There's loads of luggage space as well. Both the trunk and the frunk are room enough for a surprisingly large amount of stuff.
The extra power is good, the ergonimics are great, and the handling sublime...
...but will the noise put people off? Will there be a spike in used Cayman values?
Time will tell...