Porsche Cayman GT4 Configurator Launched

The first Cayman that has ever been allowed to be faster than a 911 can now be configured to your specifications. We are talking about the GT4, honed on the Nurburgring, infused with motorsport heritage and priced from €85,776 in Germany.
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That is a lot of money for a Cayman, but it's only the beginning. There are 4 free non-metallic colors, 6 metallic ones costing €820 and two special colors costing over €2,000. No wheel options here, but you can go crazy and add €2,800 sports seats from the GT3 or spend €2,000 on color matching. In fact, the list of interior options is really long and includes air vents covered in leather, various carbon fiber trim pieces that cost as much as a second-hand car and alcantara.

The car should also be optioned out with carbon ceramic brakes, and the Sport Chrono Package with a special Track Precision app or lightweight clamshell bucket seats made from CFRP. Both are crucial to getting the most out of the chassis and engine.

The Cayman GT4 is a really impressive mid-engined coupe, powered by a 3.8-liter flat-six that delivers 385 PS. It's capable of reaching 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds and reaching a top speed of 295 km/h (183 mph). A conventional 6-speed manual is the only gearbox available and you can even ask Porsche to get rid of the navigation and air conditioning systems… at no extra cost.

Designed for track day enthusiasts and keen Porsche fans, the GT4 is the fastest Cayman ever to lap the Nurburgring, where it set a blistering time of 7 minutes and 40 seconds.

The same car is also available in the US from $84,600, while in Britain prices start at £64,451. Whichever way you look at it, this is also the most expensive Cayman ever built. However, any car that can keep up with the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG at the Nurburgring is a good car.
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