We have got spy pictures of the 2013 Porsche Cayman, one of the exciting cars on testing at Nürburgring Nordschleife. The highly anticipated machine was spotted in thick camouflage. But from the pictures we can guess the model’s evolutionary design.
Following realization that Porsche’s current assembly plants in Zuffenhausen, near Stuttgart, and Leipzig are too small to meet their high demands, the company is now looking to start production from North America and China. The plan is aimed at hitting the predicted global sales of 200,000 units.
You might remember, Porsche was planning to introduce a 4-cylinder engine on its new small roadster. Latest buzz indicates that the carmaker is indeed developing a flat four engine for the mini roadster, Boxster, Cayman and even the 911.
The Italian tuning house TECHART has revealed a tuning package to facelift the Porsche Cayman and the Boxster. The tuning kit includes a pair of TUV certified aerokits with LED daytime runners, carbon fiber interior touches and sport springs. Talk about the bodywork, the facelift package comes with a front spoiler, a body colored spoiler lip, side sills and a new-looking rear end. The down-force has been improved at multiple points on the car especially the rear where a rigid rear spoiler and apron together ensure that the car stays on road even at extreme speeds. On the inside there is a combination of carbon interiors and aluminum pedals along with a three-spoke steering wheel and lit entry sills.
If a couple of months ago we showed you the (speculated) 2010 Porsche Cayman, we’re back with a few spied images of the new Porsche Cayman RS. Wearing the recently announced Cayman S Sport trim package, we really think this is how the new RS is going to look, with a fixed rear wing, a modified front lip spoiler and making 30 – 40 horsepower more than a Cayman S (295hp).. We will probably know more in March next year during the Geneva Motor Show. It looks sporty and fast, but definitely not good. Do you like it, because I’m not impressed. – via WCF