TechArt revised Cayman to be revealed in Frankfurt

Posted on Wednesday, 4 September 2013 , 23:09:01 byEmil

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TechArt revised Cayman to be revealed in Frankfurt

The 2013 TECHART revised Porsche Cayman is prepared to show-off at the Frankfurt Motor Show. With its dynamic low-based mid-engine, a modified power-to-weight ratio, and the flat outline with increased wheelbase and short overhangs, this version of Cayman is assured to steal a few glimpses from Porsche fans who will be present in Frankfurt.


Porsche also shows their new Panamera for the first time.


TechART will take Frankfurt as an opportunity to show everyone the endless possibilities with the refreshed Panamera and with the Cayman. The bodykit is slightly changed compared with the old GrandGT.


 The customized front will receive a new two-part spoiler and a wider air intake, whilst the rear will get a fixed wing plus a new diffuser and tailpipes. These are a visual evidence of the newly designed sports exhaust, whcih has a valve-control system that boosts the flat-six engine’s soundtrack at the push of a button.


 


The interior offers room for detailed personalisation, with the choice of carbonfibre trim, coloured stitching and either paddle shifters or PDK buttons should you have specified Porsche’s seven-speed twin-clutch gearbox


The TechArt 2013 Porsche Cayman sits on a set of 21-inch alloys with a 5-spokes design and a sport spring kit which reduces the car's ride height by 35 mm when put head to head to a standard suspension. Three inches larger than a standard Cayman, the wheel can come in lighter fform, with a ceramic polishing or a two-tone design.


From an 'aggresivness look' point of view, Techart’s Cayman makeover isn’t as hardcore as some rivals’, but it’s assertive and you would have no problems in spotting the differences over stock.


 

With the Frankfurt International Motor Show just around the corner, TechArt will have a chance to prove their worth in providing a better, more powerful and stylish choice for Porsche enthuziasts. As usual, some Porsche lovers claim this will take away a couple of points in the originality department. For the rest though, the upgrades look quite exciting.


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