In the previous gen Cayman (987), Porsche dabbled with faster and better versions such as the Cayman R, or Cayman S Sport. In the 981, they have aligned the Cayman’s identity to join with other models in the range (ie 911 Carrera ‘GTS’). The Cayman GTS was born and firstly – it looks fantastic. The GTS stands out from previous Cayman’s, as it has newly designed large air intakes on the front end which gives it a more aggressive look, matched nicely with the smoked daytime running lights. Before this, one key design element of Cayman’s were the circular fog lights, which have been replaced with a more attractive LED strip. The GTS sits nicely on 20-inch alloys as standard to increase grip and drivability.
The Cayman GTS can get you from 0-60mph in just 4.3 seconds with the PDK and Sports Chrono. The increase in power takes the engine to 340hp and 380Nm torque.
How to spot
- Large black air intakes
- LED strips instead of circle fog lights
- 20-inch alloys
- Smoked lights
- Black decals for “PORSCHE” & “Cayman GTS” on the rear
- Dual black exhausts located centrally on the rear
Compression ratio: 12.5:1
Maximum Power: 340hp@ 7400rpm
Maximum Torque: 380Nm @ 4750-5800rpm
Brakes: Front: 318mm discs; rear: 299mm discs
Suspension: McPherson struts. Coil springs.
Wheels & Tyres: Front: 8J x 20 ET 57 with 235/35 ZR 20. Rear: 9.5J x 20 ET 45 with 265/35 ZR 20
Weight: Manual: 1345kg OR Auto: 1375kg
Did you Know?
Porsche launched Carmine Red as a colour option for the first time with this 981 Cayman GTS.