The Cayman is based around a lightweight aluminium body
Its upgraded six-cylinder engines are shared with the Boxster
Power is expected to grow to 280bhp and 330bhp in the Cayman S
A six-speed manual will be standard and an optional seven-speed, dual-clutch auto gearbox available
The new model is expected to feature a roomier cabin
French magazine has pictured the new Porsche Cayman ahead of its LA motor show reveal
The images appear to show the second-generation Cayman, which shares its lightweight aluminium body, roomier cabin and upgraded six-cylinder engines with its sister car, the Porsche Boxster.
The base Cayman engine will be a 2.7-litre flat six, downsized from the 2.9 in today’s car. It’s expected to produce about 280bhp, up from 262bhp in the 2.9. The Cayman S will get a 3.4-litre flat six with about 330bhp, up from 315bhp in today’s car.
The new Cayman will be offered with a six-speed manual as standard and an optional seven-speed, dual-clutch auto gearbox.
Full technical details and official pictures are expected to be revealed around 8pm UK time tonight.