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British Racing Green Porsche Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Shows Stunning Spec

If you're looking to adorn your garage with Porsche's brand spanking new 718 Cayman GT4, you're in luck, since the order books are already open. Nevertheless, customer deliveries aren't scheduled to kick off until spring next year, so you'll still have a bit of waiting to do. Well, I've brought along something that might help Porschephiles pass the time.
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Disclamer: this is the type of matter that might actually boost the anticipation for the real-world arrival of the 718 GT4 and make your short-term relationship to the calendar even more difficult. You've been warned.

This example of the mid-engined special has been spotted at the factory in Zuffenhausen, with the 2020 GT4 sporting a glorious spec.

Heck, we might have discussed this very car before, but, back them, we couldn't see all that much of it. For instance, we can now check out those brilliant Satin Aurum wheels.Nevertheless, I'll once again remind you that the hue covering the toy is more likely to be BRG than other shades, such as Brewster Green (you'll find a comparo behind the link).

Keep in mind that the rumors about the German carmaker offering a PDK for the GT4 this time around are still floating around. Then again, the mid-engined machine can already lap the Nurburgring in around 7:30, which places it just five seconds behind the 992 Porsche 911 Carrera S, so removing the manual might just blow that gap away, which is something Porsche probably wants to avoid.

Regardless, we're still extremely happy about the new naturally aspirated 4.0 boxer of the 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Spyder, which, as you know, is based on the twin-turbo 3.0-liter mill of the Carrera S.

In fact, we'll have to wait and see if and how this new N/A engine is connected to the atmospheric mill of the 992 911 GT3. That Neunelfer isn't expected to land until next year, by the way, but you can listen to it right now.



 
 
 
 
 

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