There is something about the new Porsche Cayman GT4 that we just can’t get enough of. Maybe it is the fact that it makes the 911 Carrera looks completely pointless. Or maybe it’s the GT4’s perfect blend of power, style, and handling. All we know is we want more variants of it.
Speaking of different variants, check out this Porsche Cayman GT4 RSR. Nope, unfortunately it is not real. This car is brainchild of famed car designer Jon Sibal, created by mixing some of the design elements of the 911 RSR race car with the Cayman GT4.
On the looks alone, Jon’s Porsche Cayman GT4 RSR deserves to be produced. The extra wide fenders, the lowered ride heights, semi-slick tires, those massive aero parts, and of course, that giant rear wing, they all add up to give the Cayman a magnificent look. We particularly love the wing-ducktail-diffuser combo at the back. It’s just awesome!
If produced, Porsche Cayman GT4 RSR would be the track-only version of the sports car; lightened, stiffened, and maybe with a few more horses under the bonnet. The base car uses the Carrera’s 3.8 liter flat-six, and that engine, as everybody knows, has endless upgrade potential.
Rendering by Jon SibalRendering: Porsche Cayman GT4 RSR ,