Cayman S by Porsche Exclusive Is a Yellow Delight

Porsche is well known for its list of options, which are basically endless pits where you can get trapped for eternity. No, really, anybody who’s tried to passionately configure a Zuffenhausen machine knows what we’re on about here.
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Instead of a bottom, this vortex of indulgence has yet another portal at its end - Porsche Exclusive. This is the carmaker’s division that allows you to have color-coded air vents. We’re not kidding, each of the elements that make up the dashboard air vents receive special attention.

Sure, this isn’t anything new, but what the Cayman S in the adjacent images is as fresh as fresh can be. This is Porsche Exclusive’s latest creation and, despite the bright aura, it’s not the only one that comes in such a form. Cool.

While most examples come with a contrasting rear diffuser, this Cayman went all-Yellow - in case you’re wondering why the Yellow calipers of the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake are missing, the $7,400 (it's about the same in Euro) price of the option may be a hint.

And while the exterior of this Porsche Exclusive Cayman S has tons of Yellow and a tad of Black, the proportion is reversed inside the cabin. The aforementioned colored air vents are here, while the bright hue is also found on the the PCM (Porsche Communication Module - infotainment) display surround, as well as on the entire center console trim.

The most important instruments inside this Cayman S, namely the rev counter and the chronograph (signalling the presence of the Sport Chrono Package) also come in the eye-catching shade.
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