The new Porsche Cayman GT4 was revealed about a week ago, and since that day all we were trying to do was wrap out heads around it specs, and how they render the 911 Carrera completely pointless. That prevented us from having a deeper look at some of the car’s finer details like the aero kit, or the interior.
The latter is the subject of this post, and before we get into its details and what makes it so special, first let’s check out the pictures:
The Porsche Cayman GT4 being a true driver’s car, the cockpit is built around the driver. Everything is within his easy rich, while the passenger is left only with grayness of the dashboard in front of him, interrupted only by a strip of polished aluminum (or optional carbon fiber).
The seats and the steering wheel are inspired by those of the Porsche 918 Spyder, both wrapped in a blend of Alcantara and leather. Yellow decorative stitching – on this model – adorns pretty much every surface that’s covered in leather. The seat belts are also yellow which add to the sporty feel of the cabin.
In true Porsche fashion, the dials and instruments are pretty sober in design and easy to reap, while the six-speed manual gear lever features a cold metal ball on the top that encourages high-spirited driving. Another highlight of the GT4’s interior is a large infotainment screen that works in tandem with the Sports Chrono package for recording lap times and stuff. The embossed Porsche logo on the center armrest is also something to appreciate.