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2016 Porsche Cayman Walk Around


The Cayman might considered a coupe version of the Boxster by some, but not us. It’s a gorgeous car, although maybe not as stunning as the new Jaguar F-Type R. Its unique curves flow from the low nose over the rising front fenders, with aero angles that make it appear more rakish than the Boxster. The lines roll from the fenders onto the teardrop roof that slopes to the tail, while the flared rear fenders wrap around to touch an integrated rear spoiler on a deck that’s not as wide as the 911. Unlike the 911, there’s no way you can say its shaped evolved from an upside-down bathtub.

Interior

The physical distinction between the Cayman and Boxster is lost in the cabin, as the two are almost identical, while both are similar to the 911. The instrumentation is clean and focused on driving, as it should be in a Porsche.

There’s a tight grid of switches and buttons on the center stack that might seem busy, but we’ll take this design any day, over flat touchscreens, like in that gorgeous-on-the-outside Jaguar. It’s a pity the functional beauty of the Porsche can’t be seen from the sidewalk.

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