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Porsche Cayman S Black Edition

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Following the 911 and Boxster, now Porsche Cayman S too gets the Black Edition treatment which offers more style and performance.

Limited to 500 units worldwide, Porsche Cayman S Black Edition is powered by a 3.4-litre flat-six engine tuned to deliver 330 hp and 370Nm at 4,750 rpm. As you expect this slight power upgrade doesn’t have a dramatic effect on the performance, as 0-60 time is improved by a tenth of a second to 5.1 seconds. That’s with the manual gearbox, with the PDK you can do it in 5.0 seconds.

The PDK Sport Chrono package option also comes with a launch control that can lower the acceleration time to 4.8 seconds. Top speed of the car is 173 mph with the manual transmission and 172 mph with PDK. As for the fuel consumption, it does 29.7mpg Combined with manual, and 30.1mpg Combined with PDK.

The visual effect of the Black treatment is visible through the lightweight Boxster Spyder 19-inch wheels finished in black with tires of size 235/35 ZR 19s on the front axle and 265/35 ZR 19s on the rear axle. It also gets standard Bi-Xenon headlights with dynamic cornering lights and LED daytime running lights, together with automatic anti-dazzle interior and exterior mirrors with integrated rain sensor.

Other features include lack leather seats with Porsche crest on the headrests, as well as a Sport Design steering wheel. The Black Edition is fitted with Porsche Communication Management (PCM) incorporating satellite navigation, MP3 compatibility and Blutooth. Last but not least you get brilliant black exterior paint, black dashboard and instruments, “Black Edition” lettering and a special badge on the glove box lid.

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