The Cayman is only average in this area – not just because of the usability of its infotainment system, but because you have to fork out for kit that should really come as standard. Just adding sat-nav to the standard 7.0in touchscreen costs four figures, although that does also bring Bluetooth. A DAB radio and voice control also cost a sizeable sum.
On the plus side, the touchscreen is within easy reach, is quick to respond to your inputs, and is logically laid out with shortcut buttons to help you find each major function. However, rivals' systems, such as MMI in the Audi TT, are simpler to use, thanks to a rotary dial that makes it easier to navigate the menus on the move.
There are no audio controls on the steering wheel unless (you guessed it) you pay extra, and, of course, you can pay to upgrade to a high-end audio system if the standard six-speaker system won’t do it for you.