2013 Porsche Cayman Becomes SpeedART SP81-CR, to Debut in Geneva

The Geneva Motor Show in March will include a strong presence of the aftermarket world and we are here to show you yet another tuning project announced for the Swiss event. We are talking about the SpeedART SP81-CT, a development based on the 2013 Porsche Cayman.
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SpeedART SP81-CR based on 2013 Porsche CaymanSpeedART SP81-CR based on 2013 Porsche Cayman
SpeedART is now teasing the development by releasing two renderings of the project, as well as a part of its specs. The SP81-CT will use a body kit that brings a pretty complex visual transformation, but without taking things too far.

The pumped-up Cayman will feature an adjustable sport suspension and will ride on 21-inch wheels coming from LSC-Forged, which offer a two-tone finish. As for the cabin of the coupe, this is where SpeedART brings its own design relying on materials such as leather and Alcantara to express this.

The SpeedART SP81-CT will also receive engine modifications, such as a custom exhaust system and an ECU remap, with customers set to be able to choose between multiple output versios: 345 hp, 360 hp or 400 hp.
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