Porsche reveals add-on spoilers for mid-engined sportster
26 February 2007

Porsche's giving its mid-engined Cayman sportster a little touch of GT3, with a new Aerokit.

Available for both the Cayman and Cayman S, the kit consists of add-on spoiler lips for the standard front-end apron and a new, fixed rear spoiler.

As well as giving the Cayman a slight bit more aggression (though we have to say we prefer the standard car's looks), the Aerokit reduces lift at the front and rear axles and provides greater high-speed stability.

The Aerokit will be available from March 2007 for €2950 (£1980) excluding VAT, installation and spraying.

Our Verdict

Porsche Cayman 2005-2013

Is the Porsche Cayman a Boxster with a fixed roof or a mini 911?

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