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Alfa 4C vs Porsche Cayman – Chris Harris

Published by on Mar 6th, 2014, No Comments

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The man is back, and this time around Chris Harris compares two equally lovely yet totally different cars.

Chris Harris takes on the Alfa 4C along with the popular Porsche Cayman. He takes these two beauties for a ride around the UK, bumpy roads and all.

Which one will handle the UK roads better? Well check out the video below and see for yourself:

Source; YouTube

Porsche Boxster and Cayman get the TECHART treatment

Published by on Aug 24th, 2009, 1 Comment

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The Italian tuning house TECHART has revealed a tuning package to facelift the Porsche Cayman and the Boxster. The tuning kit includes a pair of TUV certified aerokits with LED daytime runners, carbon fiber interior touches and sport springs. Talk about the bodywork, the facelift package comes with a front spoiler, a body colored spoiler lip, side sills and a new-looking rear end. The down-force has been improved at multiple points on the car especially the rear where a rigid rear spoiler and apron together ensure that the car stays on road even at extreme speeds. On the inside there is a combination of carbon interiors and aluminum pedals along with a three-spoke steering wheel and lit entry sills.

2010 Porsche Cayman – Rendered Speculation Leaked

Published by on Jul 18th, 2008, 4 Comments

Hey there petrol-fueled-heart people. Did you hear that Porsche is planning to hit us in the near future with a new Cayman and a new Boxter S? If you didn’t, here’s the news.

We all knew Porsche was up to something, but we didn’t know what exactly. Apparently the new Cayman and Boxter will get direct injection, the new seven speed PDK transmission for faster shifts than the conventional six-speed manual box and a limited slip differential. Now stop your WOWs because there’s more. Because of all these, the Cayman is getting a 25 hp boost up to 320 hp and a 273 lb-ft torque.The other models won’t get direct injection, but something else. A displacement bump from 2.7- to 2.9-liters and a corresponding jump to 265 hp. The Boxster and Boxster S each will come with 10 fewer horsies under the hood, than the Cayman.

There’s also a Sport Chrono package included, that will be available along with Launch Control.

Seems like a good change under the hood, but do you have anything for us on the outside? Guess not now!

Cayman Club via Jalopnik

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