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Firm doesn't rule out an even hotter version of its baby sports coupe
Autocar
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8 December 2010

Porsche could add an ever hotter Club Sport version to its Cayman range, according to the firm’s boss of mid-engined cars.

Hans-Jurgen Wohler told Autocar that although a Cayman Club Sport was not currently on the cards, “anything is possible” in the future.

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“We now have a new CEO in Matthias Müller and he has some ideas,” said Wohler. “This is the decision of the board: which car line, which direction.

Wohler also explained why the latest Cayman model, revealed at last month’s LA motor show, is an R and not a Club Sport.

“Use the example of the Boxster Spyder,” he said. “It’s very ‘sharp’, and you only reach certain volumes with the positioning of that car. With the Cayman R, the day-to-day usability is really another world compared with the Spyder.

“But a CS version of the Cayman would be like the Spyder in the positioning.”Read the full story on the new Porsche Cayman R

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thebaldgit 9 December 2010

Re: Porsche Cayman CS 'is possible'

If Porsche think that a Cayman CS is possible does this mean that they will then run through the whole 911 limited edition range to cover every possible angle with the Cayman.

evile 8 December 2010

Re: Porsche Cayman CS 'is possible'

manicm wrote:

Yeah the R is supposed to be the practical Cayman, yet they charge extra for aircon. Which you need no matter how 'purist' you might be.

What a joke, except it's not funny.

I thought the standard radio and A/C are free options in the US. The automatic A/C and higher end radio are charged.

david RS 8 December 2010

Re: Porsche Cayman CS 'is possible'

They should rather make a Cayman TDI.