We have already looked extensively at the new Porsche Cayman GT4 and reported on all its details. But as always, it is better to hear it from the people who have been involved in the development of the car. They can tell you why they chose the 911’s engine for this Cayman, and what’s deal with that huge rear wing.
So here’s EVO’s Jethro Bovingdon chatting with Porsche Head of GT cars Andreas Preuninger, who has the swagger of an SS colonel!
Just to recap, the Porsche Cayman GT4 is powered by a 380 horsepower 3.8 liter flat-six engine and comes only with a six-speed manual gearbox. It is a back to basics car in that sense, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t benefit from Porsche’s brilliant driving aids. You get Torque Vectoring and optional Ceramic Brakes, plus a bespoke aero kit that gives the GT4 the appearance of a full-blooded racing car. The car is intended for heavy track work, but it is still a very nice car to drive on the road as well.