New Porsche Cayman Spied High Speed Testing On The German Highway

Here we have the latest spy shots of the next-generation Porsche Cayman, that was spotted high speed testing on the Germany highway.

New Cayman rides on a new platform that has a longer wheelbase and wider track. It will be also lighter and more fuel efficient than the current model.

Engines will carryover from the new Boxster, though they will be likely retuned for some extra power. The entry-level Cayman would then get the 2.7 litre flat-six and the Cayman S will use the 3.4 litre flat six. Power is expected to range from around 270bhp in the base model to around 325bhp in the Cayman S.

New Porsche Cayman is expected to make its world debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November.

 


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