Dortmund-based small-series manufacturer 9ff has created this decidely different Cayman. Elegant, aerodynamically efficient and with increased precision this two-seater hits on all fronts: lightweight disc wheels with patented central mounting through to the add-on parts, some of which are made from carbon fibre.
But the real highlight of the 9ff CR-42 mid-engine sports car kept under wraps: a 4.1-litre Boxer engine featuring an impressive 420 bhp and a powerful 435 Nm torque. This engine enables the vehicle to achieve breathtaking driving performance and superior power development that blow all the benchmarks in this segment out of the water.
The 9ff Cayman can achieve that all-important sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds, and around just 10 seconds later the CR-42 even reaches the 200 km/h mark.
These performance statistics make the 9ff CR-42 a high-performance sports car, boasting an excellent power-to-weight ratio and extreme driving performance, that is ideal for everyday use.
The CR-42 costs a total of EUR 129,000.00 incl. VAT and is available now in small series. All individual components are available for sale separately.
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