These are the latest pictures of the second-generation Porsche Cayman. The new model's development programme is understood to be at an advanced state. Our pictures show the Cayman high speed testing on German autobahn.
Previous images, also shot during the car's development programme, captured a model showing almost 90,000 miles on its odometer. The new Porsche Cayman will be unveiled at the Los Angeles motor show in November.
The mid-engined two-seater gets the same lightweight aluminium body, roomier cabin and upgraded six-cylinder engines as its sister car, the new third-generation Boxster.
The base Cayman’s 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.