Let’s be clear, I said LOWER, not low. At $95,000 and up this is not an economy car, but considering how the Cayman has shaped up against its older siblings, I’d say you’re more than getting your money’s worth.
The new Cayman GTS has a new look. it’s gotten a slight nose job (emphasis on breathing as the intakes are more pronounced.) With LED running and position lights as well as Bi-Xenon headlights, it gets looks. Choose sport exhaust for some serious resonance, and SPORT PLUS to give you that direct steering response you’re looking for. There’s no shortage of options from wheels, colors, interior and tech, for good measure.
In the power department a 3.4-liter flat-six with DFI gives you 340HP through a transmission that can toggle from automatic to manual and back. Stopping power and dynamic chassis control keep you grounded. Click through and have a look. Guaranteed to get the blood pumping.