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2020 Porsche 718 Cayman 4.0 GT4

Arguably the finest driver’s car of its generation

Vehicle Features
  • 6 Speed Manual GearboxFull bucket seatsLight design packageSports exhaust system in blackWheels painted in satin black (complete)Steering wheel rim with top centre marking in redFront PPF
  • BOSE Surround Sound System
  • Cruise Control
  • Park Assist - Rear with Reversing Camera
  • Bi-Xenon Main Headlights in Black with Porsche Dynamic Light System - PDLS
  • LED Headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus - PDLS Plus
  • Electrically Folding Exterior Mirrors
  • Wheels Painted in Satin Black
  • Automatically Dimming Mirrors with Integrated Rain Sensor
  • Decorative Stitching in Contrasting Colour - Red
  • HomeLink - Programmable Garage Door Opener
  • Light Design Package
  • Seat Belts - Guards Red
  • Sport Chrono Stopwatch - Guards Red
  • Two-Zone Automatic Climate Control
  • Chrono Package and Preparation for Lap Trigger
  • Sports exhaust system in black
  • Full bucket seats
Vehicle Description
2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Manual

Black gloss / Black leather, contrast stitching in red, red seatbelts. Front PPF

You’re looking at the second-generation Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, and its transfer into the big-winged world of Porsche’s quickest and sweetest creations.

The original Cayman GT4 was the first time the brains behind the 911-based GT3 and GT2 track day specials were allowed a proper go at a mid-engined model, and they built a near perfect driver’s car. For this second generation the basic recipe was hardly changed.

The engine remains paired to a short-throw six-speed manual gearbox, with drive delivered to the rear wheels through a mechanical limited-slip differential. You get semi-slick tyres in the form of Michelin’s Pilot Sport Cup 2 and a huge rear wing, although the new item makes a fifth more downforce than before and works in tandem with a pretty beastly diffuser carried over from the GT4 Clubsport race car.

Aero was a significant element of the new Cayman GT4, which can somehow lap the Nürburgring quicker than the Carrera GT ‘super sports car’ did back in 2004. ‘Progress’ hardly does it justice.

The engine in the GT4 is a 4.0-litre flat six that spins to 8000rpm, making 414bhp and 310lb ft along the way – an improvement of 34bhp over the old GT4. The chassis is phenomenally good, and the braking, gearshift and steering are also all out of the highest drawer. For a similarly engaging mid-engined experience on track, you need to look to the likes of the McLaren 600LT and Ferrari 488 Pista.

Ultimately, though, there’s nothing to match this level of precision, balance and feel at this price point, and little beyond it in terms of pure behind-the-wheel appeal. And we’ll say it again: this chassis is nothing short of sensational. It’s simply joyful on a charge.

1 owner. 2,785miles. Full Porsche history. This car is available for immediate delivery.

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