A Look at the New 718 Cayman


The 718 Cayman is Porsche’s sharp, speedy two-door coupe. Take a peek at the special features of this new model.

  • A Two-Liter Engine
  • More Horsepower than Previous Models
  • Up to 380 Nm Torque (Between 1,950 and 4,500 RPM)
  • Top Speeds of 177 MPH
  • Outstanding Agility
  • Improved Lateral Rigidity and Wheel Tracking
  • Stronger Brake System
  • A Masculine, Muscular Appearance
  • LED Daytime Running Lights
  • A Sport Steering Wheel
  • Porsche Communication Management as a Standard Feature
  • 150-Watt Sound Package

This model is important to the Porsche brand because it marks the first of many two-door coupes to be manufactured at the company’s headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany. Previously, the brand’s two-door sports cars have been assembled at the Volkswagen facility in Osnabrück, Germany. Albrecht Reimold, Executive Board Member for Production and Logistics for Porsche AG, described, “The production launch of the Cayman successor models was executed to our full satisfaction… [The team] handled this production launch impeccably. This is further proof that our employees work with perfection and passion on a daily basis to enable a very special Porsche experience for our customers.” The company is excited to bring another leg of production back to its headquarters, and it expects to produce 240 vehicles per day by August. The new 718 Cayman and 718 Cayman S can be ordered now, and they will arrive on the European market in September 2016 and on the American market several months later.

Learn more about the new 718 Cayman here and find it at indiGO Auto Group’s Porsche of Rancho Mirage on the Desert European Motorcars Campus, Porsche of North Houston, or Porsche St. Louis in the upcoming months.

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