Porsche Cayman GT4 Looks Like a Proper Race Car in Martini Livery
If there’s one Porsche destined for the track even more so than the 911, it’s the Cayman GT4. Its 385 horsepower and 2,995-pound curb weight make it ideal for cutting corners and tackling straights. The only thing that’s missing: a proper racing livery. That being said, the folks at Generator Design went ahead and gave the Cayman GT4 the Martini livery it was always destined for. Heralding back to the glory days of Porsche at Le Mans, the GT4 wears the Martini livery about as well as anything else we’ve seen in it. RELATED: See More of the 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4
Using a pearl white Cayman as the base, the Ontario-based design firm went with the classic striped scheme; a red central stripe, and navy and light blue accenting stripes. The finishing touches coming with the dark grey outline and the number ’22’ plastered on the doors—the same number as the 917K that won Le Mans in 1971.
“It isn’t everyday that Generator gets to design a custom wrap for a Porsche GT4,” says the firm on its Facebook page. “A client recently purchased a Porsche and wanted us to customize it with a Martini Racing flair…It has us thinking that Generator could use a cool new company car…"
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