Starting with the visuals, Porsche is presenting the limited Cayman in distinct black paintwork with matching shadow chrome 19-inch alloy wheels, Cayman badging and dark exhaust tips. There's also a number of contrasting stainless steel and chrome trimmings, including stainless steel 'Black Edition' sill plates and a chrome-highlighted rear spoiler.
Behind the passenger compartment sits the 3.4-litre flat-six engine from the Cayman S, only it has been retuned to produce 243kW over the standard 235kW. The torque figure remains unchanged at 370Nm. Acceleration from 0-100km/h can now be achieved in 5.1 seconds in manual form, one-tenth quicker than the standard Cayman S.
Other unique features of the Black Edition include Bi-Xenon headlights, black leather interior featuring the Porsche logos embossed on the front seat headrests, as well as a special Sport Design sports steering wheel.
The Porsche Cayman S Black Edition will go on sale exclusively in Germany in July with prices starting at €67,807 (around $90,890), including Porsche's Communication Management (PCM) system - the Sport Chrono Pack is an optional extra. Just 500 units of the limited edition will be made.