Marshalling 385 horsepower, the new GT4 artfully combines the one of a kind Cayman chassis with the power it was born to handle.
Pulling from the 911 Carrera’s 3.8-liter six, the Porsche Cayman GT4 engine is the largest available in the Cayman lineup and 45-hp more then the GTS’s 3.4-liter six cylinder. Although it shares some of it’s bones with the Cayman S and GTS, the GT4 should see some noteworthy tightening in it’s suspension.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 has a giant fixed rear wing and aggressive front end with the suspension, according to Porsche, “consisting almost entirely of components of the 911 GT3 that and a 1.2-inch-lower ride height and dynamic transmission mounts that should improve on the Cayman’s already impeccable chassis performance.” We certainly imagine it would.
Standard Porsche options you’ve come to expect include leather and faux-suede sport seats, a sport steering wheel, manual transmission, carbon-ceramic brakes and carbon-fiber seat shells.
Look for this to hit the auto shows towards the end of 2015 with a starting price of about $80,000, add the bells and whistles and you’re looking at closer to $100,000.