Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 got a stylish “racing” special versionOctober 14, 2019
This edition of the popular model, which received a limited edition, was dedicated to the 15th anniversary of the Porsche Sports Cup Germany club series. The novelty is similar to track cars with bright livery and low active suspension.
Porsche decided to celebrate the next anniversary of the Porsche Sports Cup Germany club racing series with the launch of the limited edition 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition coupe. Such a two-door with contrasting livery (red graphics organically complements the white or black body color) resembles racing cars. She also relies on a fixed wing with brackets painted in one of the shades of red called Guards Red, and 20-inch black wheels with a red rim. In black painted brake calipers and nameplates on the stern.
Also complete with this “racing” coupe is a special black cover with two red stripes.
At 718 Cayman GT4 Sports Cup Edition, we see a combination of black leather and Alcantara trim. The manufacturer decorated the doors and the front panel with a special decorative stitching, seat belts and door hinges sport a Guards Red shade, and a special “anniversary” logo, an Alcantara-covered steering wheel with a 12-hour mark and decorative panels made of brushed aluminum complement the “racing” image.
As a motor for the novelty, a four-liter boxer engine with a capacity of 420 hp was selected, combined with 6 speed manual transmission. As well as all 718 Cayman GT4s, such a special two-door gets a 3 cm lowered suspension with adaptive PASM shock absorbers, a mechanical differential lock, etc. Recall that the 100 km/h 718 Cayman GT4 accelerate in just 4.4 seconds, and its maximum speed reaches 304 km / h.
A coupe in a limited “racing” special version will be available at more than 80 German Porsche dealerships. At the same time, sales will be limited.
Meanwhile, it became known that Porsche decided to try his hand at creating a flying car. While the future novelty is at an early stage of planning.
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