The eyes see things in an instant that took decades to evolve. The Cayman is the embodiment of beliefs long held in esteem by the engineers of Porsche—ideas first developed in mid-engine racing machines such as the 550 Coupe from 1953 and the 904 Carrera GTS from 1964. From its sweeping front shoulders to its roofline arc and sloping rear hatch, every line of the Cayman leverages the accomplishments of its predecessors—sports cars victorious on racetracks from Le Mans to Sebring and Laguna Seca. Just as with these racing forebears, the Cayman finds inspiration in dynamic engineering.
Behind the wheel, you’ll notice a natural reflection of the Cayman’s mid-engine balance throughout the interior. Every feature is designed around the driver, coalescing into an engrossing sensory experience. A surprisingly spacious cockpit and cleverly conceived hatchback design also prove that sensational performance can make perfect sense. Overall storage capacity in the Cayman eclipses that of some of today’s popular sedans, proving its ability to perform as well on errand-filled weekdays as it does on adrenaline-fueled weekends.