- Nov 28, 2004
- Oslo, Norway
- Mostly my feet, occasionally a Tesla
I mean in terms of sportiness level.
Any pictures of the rear? That's been the really fugly part in Coxsters and Caymans in the past.
For the Boxster and Cayman however it only goes:
Regular base model -> S -> GTS
I doubt they will make anything quicker than that, to avoid cannibalising the 911's
Read the rest on EVO.We drive the new Porsche Cayman GTS. Sharper than the Cayman S, is it Porsche's best sports car?
What is it?
The new Porsche Cayman GTS. On the surface Porsche?s GTS formula isn?t particularly revolutionary, it just seems to play the ?ideal spec? game very well, cherry-picking all the best bits from the options list. Yes the Cayman GTS gets power and torque increases to lift it above the Cayman S, but they?re hardly earth-shattering numbers, adding just 14bhp and 7lb ft to the totals, giving 335bhp and 280lb ft. However, the end GTS result is somehow more than the sum of its parts. Prices start at ?55,397.
Read the rest at Pistonheads.The Cayman GTS isn't an R replacement, or a GT3-lite. It is, however, really rather good
In the same way that we can reasonably expect the child of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis to be fairly beautiful, there's was a sense of inevitable greatness about the Cayman GTS. How could it not be? Take the already superb Cayman S, cherry pick the best from the options list and give it a few styling enhancements then, voila, another excuse to talk about the 904. Plus a rather excellent Cayman, even if a good story would have preferred the opposite.
Read the rest at Carmagazine.If you?re after a base Cayman to take to the hills, the GTS is probably too much extra coin for you. Yet a large chunk of Cayman buyers tick the options box for larger alloys, Sports Chrono, etc, and have been urging Porsche for a model with a bit of added kick ? and this is the car for them. The fact that it?s the best value Cayman ? an S with added lustre ? makes this the best Cayman. That makes it one helluva car.
[...]Seeing this it's hard to see why (objectively) you'd want a standard 911 Carrera (or 911 Convertible in the case of the Boxster GTS), the appeal of that cramped rear seat bench can't be that great.