SpeedART SP81-CR Based on New Porsche Cayman Coming to Geneva

Porsche tuner SpeedART has released first details about the SP81-CR, ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.

Based on the new Porsche Cayman, the SP81-CR features a new body kit that includes a new hood, a front spoiler, new rear bumper, a rear diffuser, fixed rear spoiler and carbon fibre accents.

Other updates include adjustable sports suspension, a center-mounted dual exhaust system and 21-inch LSC-FORGED wheels.

Of course customers can also customize the interior with fine leather and Alcantara upholstery.

SpeedART also offers engine tuning for the flat six engine with three power outputs: 345bhp, 360bhp and 400bhp.

As a reminder, the new 3.4-litre flat six in the Cayman S produces 325bhp, enabling it to reach 0.62mph in 4.7 seconds with Sport Chrono package.


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