The new Porsche Cayman GTS is the most powerful and fastest edition of the mid-engined coupe to date.
Priced from £55,397 you can order the Cayman GTS now with the first cars arriving in May 2014 at Porsche Centres.
The Cayman GTS is powered by a 3.4-litre engine as seen in the Cayman S but it has been re-tuned to produce an additional 15 hp, resulting in an output of 340 hp/380Nm. This makes the GTS model capable of 0-62 mph in 4.6 seconds (PDK with launch control) with a top speed of 177 mph.
It comes with a six-speed manual gearbox as standard (31.4 mpg) or with the optional seven-speed PDK transmission 34.4 mpg. The Sport Chrono package and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) are standard as are the 20-inch diameter Carrera S alloy wheels riding on 235/35 tyres at the front and 265/35 tyres at the rear to complete the chassis set-up.
The Cayman GTS can also be specified with the optional sports chassis configuration that lowers the ride height by 20 mm.
Core equipment includes Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), Sport Chrono package with dynamic engine mounts, black finish 20-inch diameter Carrera S alloy wheels, black finish Bi-Xenon headlights with Porsche Dynamic Lighting System, leather/Alcantara interior, Sports seats Plus with electric adjustment, air conditioning, CD audio system with seven-inch touch-screen, universal audio interface offering MP3 connectivity, automatic headlight activation, auto stop-start function, ‘Sport’ button, front electric windows, floor mats, top-tinted windscreen and a three-year warranty.
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