Waiting for the Porsche Cayman CS

Now that the Porsche Cayman RS is back on the long list of potential developments coming from the German automotive producer, our level of anticipation for the car’s release has reached the sky. Actually, that was a while ago. Now, the anticipation is already on its way to the moon.

This is why we had to find a virtual incarnation of the Cayman that shows us how a proper incarnation of the vehicle would look like. The German car received a visual treatment coming from a web user that calls himself Sicarii.

As you can see, the Cayman was brought closer to the road, in order to offer the driver a 100 percent level of confidence. This should allow the person behind the wheel to push the car past its limits through the bends.

The vehicle was also gifted with a carbon fiber rear wing that offers it the downforce needed for maneuvers like the aforementioned one. The connection to the road is established through a new set of custom rims that use high-performance tires.

The car has received a new aerodynamic kit that includes a redesigned front fascia with generously-sized air intakes, new side skirts and a special rear apron.

Of course, such a vehicle also needs a special coat, so the vehicle is dressed in a stunning shade of orange, which was also used for the outer circles of the rims. This should warn the other drivers that they are dealing with a beat that could destroy them in a race, so we could call the paint a safety feature.
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