The Porsche Cayman S may look like a poor man's 911, but think again. It's the ultimate go kart driving experience, without the 911 price tag.
What makes the 911 feel old? The Cayman GT4, of course.
A GTS badge, more power and specialist touches only reinforces the Porsche Cayman as one of the world's greatest sports cars.
It's been variously belittled as a Boxster with a roof, or the Porsche that tells people you can't afford a 911 … but the Porsche Cayman emerged in 2005 to quickly establish itself as one of the great driver's cars. Named after a type of alligator rather than the tax-haven islands whose residents certainly could afford far more expensive Porsches, the Cayman arrived in 2013 in all-new form for the first time in eight years...
Is the Porsche Cayman the best all-round sports car package in the world? We reckon it is.
Second-generation mid-engined sports car should make Porsche buyers think more than twice about that 911.
You could call the Porsche Cayman a Boxster Coupe or a baby 911... Either way, it's a highly rewarding dynamic experience.
Jerez, Spain—Motoring around the Spanish countryside in the newly revised Porsche Cayman S one thing becomes abundantly clear all too quickly: There is so little room for improvement in this finely-tuned sports car, it’s almost beyond belief. It sprints away from stoplights like a greyhound (the dog, not the bus), corners like a monorail (the kind that doesn’t derail) and feels as comfortable as a pair of Isotoners (blatant Kanye West reference)...