2 June 2005

Porsche has revealed more details and pictures of the new Cayman S, but only to prospective buyers. These shots are taken from the Cayman’s brochure, sent out last week. Along with the new exterior pictures there’s also, for the first time, an interior shot of the Boxster-based 3.4-litre 291bhp coupé, which goes on sale this November for £43,930.

The interior (right) is predictably similar to the Boxster’s cabin. The brochure also reveals the four optional 19-inch alloy wheel designs for buyers upgrading from the standard 18in rims, and it lists fuel consumption at 26.6mpg, dropping to 25.7mpg with the tiptronic gearbox. Official performance figures include a 0-62mph time of 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 171mph.

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