The Porsche Cayman GTS has just made its world debut at the ongoing Beijing Motor Show 2014. Debuting alongside the Boxster GTS, the brand new Cayman GTS features a host of changes to differentiate it from all other Cayman variants. As we’re attending the show, we went in for a closer inspection!
Beneath the body, the 2014 Porsche Cayman GTS features the 3.4-liter six-cylinder engine currently also used in the Cayman S. However, it has now been tuned to deliver an impressive 15 hp extra resulting in the Cayman GTS delivering a total of 340 hp. Torque has also risen by 10 Nm and with the Sport Chrono package as standard, the Cayman GTS can sprint to 100 km/h in a brisk 4.6 seconds.
Importantly, the car comes standard with a six-speed manual transmission. When equipped with this gearbox, the car tops out at an impressive 285 km/h. Despite the extra performance and power, when optioned with the PDK gearbox, it returns an impressive overall fuel consumption of just 8.2-liters per 100 km.
Visually, the 2014 Porsche Cayman GTS features a more aggressive front bumper with prominent darkened air intakes surrounds and lower front splitter with GTS decals being found on the sides. At the rear, it comes with a prominent bootlid spoiler, dual centrally exiting exhaust pipes and a more aggressive rear diffuser.
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