Articles about Porsche 718 Cayman

Music to our ears
In a world of increasing complication, Porsche's boss has promised Top Gear that his firm will keep building straightforward drivers' cars as long as people want them."We will continue with our puristic sports cars-GT3, GT3 RS, GT2 RS, and
Maybe Porsche’s really listening to us after all
You certainly can't accuse Porsche of not listening. Nor being afraid of a public U-turn. We could probably do with having them in government. A decade after switching its horrid PDK button shifters for conventional paddles, it's put six-
But there is a ‘but’
This used to be a very easy review to write. Since its 2005 conception, this has been perhaps the most complete car Porsche makes. Sure, the 911 range has more breadth (arguably too much breadth), but the Cayman has always offered much
But the current one will live on and be facelifted for certain markets
Porsche is close to a decision on making a ground-up all-electric car that will eventually replace the 718.Oliver Blume, the German carmaker's CEO, told Top Gear: "In all our segments-sedans, SUVs, and two-door sports cars-we
Check out those stripes
This is the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition. A special edition that kinda sounds like it's been named by someone who doesn't really know much about cars, a person who's wildly plucked some performance-y words out
“The 718 just fits EV, doesn’t it?”
No way! Way. Over dinner on the Porsche Taycan launch event, Lutz Meschke, deputy chairman of the board, dropped the mother of all hints that the next generation Cayman and Boxster will become pure-electric sports cars."The 718 just fits EV,
Supra vs. Porsche Cayman, BMW M2 Competition, and Alpine A110. Bring it on
As racetracks go, windswept, patchy Llandow is not one of the world's greats. But it is somewhere we can cut loose. As driving roads go, Llandudno's jogger-heavy Marine Drive is not one of the world's greats. But it
Porsche gets a lot of things right here
Quite the opposite, I suspect. They got it a bit too right. The first one, launched back in 2015, was such a hit that it made the business case for this one a foregone conclusion. I suspect it'll now be a
“You would rather dance with the car than drive it”
This is the new Porsche Cayman GT4. Of course, it's now got '718' in its name, because when Porsche facelifted its mid-engined two-seater and dropped in a controversial four-cylinder turbo engine, it added the '718' bit to pay
Did Toyota build a better sports car?
Something unusual happened on the launch of the Toyota Supra in Spain a few weeks back. Tetsuya Tada, the Supra's chief engineer, openly expressed his admiration for Porsche. This doesn't happen. Representatives from one company scrupulously avoid talking about another'
Coming in 2020 and based on the 718 GT4 Clubsport race car
Good news! The Porsche Cayman GT4 rally car has definitely made production. After Porsche told Top Gear that the model needed 100 sales to get the green light, it appears you've stepped up and bought them. Well done.While the concept
Positive spin: It turns out a lot of SUVs are funding the next GT3
Porsche has been making an SUV for almost two decades now. The German carmaker's lineup currently has two SUVs, as well as a sedan and a wagon (well, a pair of posh hatchbacks that pretend to be a sedan and a
With base engine but top-end features
Anyone struggling to get their head around Porsche's range, look away now. There's a new 718 Boxster and Cayman, and it'll likely confuse the heck out of you.For the rest of us, welcome to potentially the best mid-
A very sensible sports car
Following in the footsteps of the 911 Carrera range, the 718 model range has gone turbo, and has moved to two pairs of opposed cylinders-a pair short from what we normally know. But hey, we're talking about Porsche here, a
Equal amounts of power
Following the footsteps of the smaller displacement turbocharged 911 Carrera range are the new Boxster and Cayman-now called the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman. PGA Cars, the authorized distributor of Porsche in the country, unveiled the new duo at Whitespace Manila
Now with 4-cylinder turbo engines
Safe to say we saw this one coming. Like the Porsche Boxster, the Cayman has also been given the 718 treatment.That means a thorough round of styling updates in line with the 718 Boxster, tweaks to the chassis, and a pair
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