The first generation Cayman models were created in what seemed almost an afterthought - Porsche had launched the Boxster to a fantastic reception, but some customers wanted a hard top version, and when it was seen just how well the Boxster handled then the Cayman was pushed towards being more of a handling focused car in the mould of a small 911, and was priced significantly more than the Boxster, even though in most other manufacturers ranges the hard top was considered significantly cheaper than a convertible version of the same car. This was rectified with pricing being realigned in the seconds and third generations and now on the fourth generation Cayman model called the 718 they are more similarly priced, though the Cayman is still known by reputation as one of the most enjoyable drive focused cars you can buy at any price, and more suitable for the smaller winding B-roads you find in the UK than almost anything else, which has seen its purchase as the ideal second "weekend" sports car boom.
Several versions of the new 4th Generation 718 Cayman are offered - the standard car has a 2.0 litre turbocharged engine with 300 horsepower and with the addition of a few well-judged options is all of the car most will need. The Cayman T is an extension of this - basically taking the standard car and adding all of the handling-based upgrades you could spec and including them into one car at a cost much less than just adding them individually. Then we have the Cayman S which uses a larger 2.5 litre turbocharged 4 cylinder engine giving 350 horsepower making the car feel significantly faster, plus adding a host of upgrades with bigger alloys etc. Then we have the fabulous track focused GT4 model with a massive 4.0 litre normally aspirated engine, created to truly optimise everything good about the car and make it perform flawlessly on a racetrack, and if you want to take your new Porsche on the occasional track day then this the model for you. finally we have perhaps the pick of the range - the Cayman GTS - this, like the T model takes all of the road focused suspension and handling upgrades and adds them in but also with a slightly detuned version of the GT4's 4.0 litre engine creating what for many is the perfect Cayman for the road, and perhaps one of the best sports cars on sale anywhere at the moment.
The new 2021 Porsche Cayman is available to lease in the following colours: solid black, Guards Red, Solid White, Racing Yellow, GT Silver, Jet Black, Agate Grey, Night Blue, Carrara White, Dolomite silver Aventurine Green, Gentian Blue, Miami Blue, Carmine Red, Lava Orange and Crayon.
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