Porsche Cayman GT3 Under Consideration
The good folks at Porsche seemed pretty excited when they rolled out the all-new Cayman at last year's LA Auto Show. And why shouldn't they be? The company set out to prove that it was more than just a one-trick pony, with cars like the Cayman, the Panamera and the Cayenne- and for the most part, succeeded. Building off the momentum of the new Cayman then, Porsche engineers told Caradvice.com.au that an even faster, more hardcore Cayman GT3 was "under discussion".
While the top-spec Cayman S does clock in at an impressive $63K, 325-hp and a 0-60mph time of 4.4 seconds, the idea of a more track-focused Cayman is something that 911 chief engineer Andreas Preuninger admittedly says they have been testing. With the 911 GT3 ditching the manual transmission in the form of a PDK gearbox, this could be Porsche's opportunity to corral back in loyalists with a track-bred, manual Cayman GT3. If they so choose.