The modelRead full Porsche Cayman review
The Cayman is a joy to drive and, if you go for the GTS version, has a fantastic, sweet-sounding six-cylinder engine to match its superb dynamics. If your budget doesn't stretch to the GTS, don't worry: the Cayman 2.0-litre is a fine alternative that still handles superbly (it just doesn't sound very good).
The trimSee full equipment
The GTS adds bigger brakes, a sports exhaust, the Sports Chrono Package, PASM adaptive dampers with 20mm lower suspension and 20in alloy wheels. You also get a bunch of styling add-ons inside and out.
The engineSee full engine specs
The GT4's 414bhp means plenty of performance to get you from 0-62mph in just 4.4sec, but the best thing is the glorious-sounding, naturally aspirated, flat-six 4.0-litre engine and slick six-speed manual gearbox. The only negative is the GTS is almost as good, more readily available and cheaper.
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