2019 Porsche 718 Cayman T
2019 (69) Porsche 718 Cayman T. First registered on 31st October 2019, Specified in Carrera White with Black Leather/Alcantara and delivered new with the following Porsche options:
- Full Bucket Seats
- Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)
- GT sports steering wheel and gear lever in alcantara
- Auto dimming mirrors with integrated rain sensor
- Sport Crono stopwatch instrument dial in white
- Speed Limit Display
- Light design package
- Smoking package
- Digital Radio
Having had 2 owners in total from new and covering just 3873 Miles this immaculate Porsche Cayman T example is priced at £52,450
With the new 982-generation, the marketing designation of the Boxster and Cayman was changed to Porsche 718, a nod to Porsche’s racing heritage that won the Targa Florio race in 1959 and 1960. Because the 718 Cayman / Boxster has lost two cylinders, going from a naturally aspirated flat-6 engine to a turbocharged flat-4 engine, the name is meant to evoke a racing series that was won by a light car which out maneuvered the cars with more powerful engines.
Evo Magazine review:
“Few cars offer such a compelling out-of-the-box package as Porsche’s 718 Cayman, but tick a few option boxes and you can turn a great car into a brilliant one. This is the path Porsche has headed down in creating its new ‘enthusiast-focused’ 718 Cayman T. Revisiting the similarly named 991 Carrera T, this latest Cayman mixes and matches a number of options to create a bespoke model positioned between the entry-level 2-litre model and the 2.5-litre S.
You can of course go to town with more interior and trim options, with no-cost colour packs to brighten things up. The Cayman we drove was fitted with the excellent optional RS-style full bucket seats, which are lower and more supportive, but also cost an additional £3788. The optional GT sports Alcantara steering wheel and gear knob also helped to add a touch of RS to the ambience”
As luck would have it, ours has all those options and much more.