After the new Porsche Exclusive 911, offering completísimas customization options for the 991.2, the division of the brand from Zuffenhausen, puts the focus on your “little brother”. new Porsche 718 Cayman and 718 Boxster want you to stop to consider them as well: their four cylinder engines do not have to be any shame for a sporting mid-engine offering 350 HP in this version ‘S’.
The aesthetic changes of the Porsche 718 Cayman look even better with the accessories and customization that will offer from now Porsche Exclusive in your catalog. Almost a model to your liking, and the unit that you see in these images is only an example, with your body in ‘Race White‘, logos of the model on its side, sports exhaust chrome or a beautiful alloy wheels Race Sport 20 inch diameter.
There are more new features in your interior: style 100% Porsche thanks to the foot pegs metal entry illuminated instrumentation with spheres, white in color, gear lever in polished aluminium, seat belts in gray, headrest of their seats with the logo of the brand or aluminum trim to your dashboard. And even the smallest of details to care for, as a key in the same color of his body and leather case.
In this way, the Porsche 718 Cayman S can boast of a look even more sporty, even if there are changes in your chassis or engine: the 2.5-liter boxer four-cylinder maintains its 350 HP turbo-charged, along with about 420 Nm of maximum torque. In conjunction with the gearbox PDK double-clutch, you can speed up from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds, reaching 285 km/h. The price of the Porsche Cayman S starts from the 71.040 euros in Spain, but if you go to Porsche Exclusive-the bill would considerably…
Your brother convertible also receives the identical improvements on the part of Porsche Exclusive. We refer to Porsche 718 Boxster S: in this case, the roadster dresses of color ‘Racing Yellow‘, next to the Sport pack Design which includes details of his body in black color and the alloy wheels Race Sport finished in dark, also at 20 inches. The choice is… do you coupe or convertible?