Porsche is allegedly working on a range-topping version of the Cayman called GT4 which will come out in the next three years.

It was only a couple of months ago at the Geneva Motor Show when Porsche introduced a hotter Cayman dubbed "GTS" and the engineers over in Stuttgart are already cooking up a more desirable version that will reportedly receive the "GT4" moniker. Set to come out in the next three years, the flagship Cayman will carry an estimated starting price of 125,000 USD.

In return for this considerable chunk of change, owners will be rewarded with a PDK gearbox derived from the flaming GT3 while the engine's identity is not known at this moment. The Boxster is expected to receive the same treatment but will probably receive the RS Spyder nameplate.

The same report also talks about 700+ bhp hybrid versions of the Panamera and 911 Turbo S with technology taken over from the 918 Spyder. A similar setup will also find its way inside the next-gen Cayenne Turbo S while a Panamera Sport Turismo and Cayenne Coupe have apparently been green-lighted for production.

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Gallery: Porsche working on Cayman GT4 to slot above GTS - report

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