The Porsche Cayman S is among one of the best sports car made by Porsche. With the GTS version, company has added yet another refined version of a very capable machine. The letters GTS first appeared on 1963 911 Carrera model, which stands for Gran Turismo Sport. It reminds us that Porsche make sports cars designed to enjoy on both road and Track.
The Porsche cayman S is a very accomplished car with unparallel performance, quick steering and Sharp handling. The 3.4 liter six cylinder engine develops 325 horsepower and delivers loads of excitement. Cayman GTS does not differ much from regular cayman S. There are small enhancements that make it a glorious car to drive. Sport Chrono Package and PASM(Porsche Active Suspension Management) are standard on GTS version. The engine has got 15 horses more than S version. The power increase is not dramatic but throttle response is much quicker. Cayman GTS accelerates from 0-60 mph(0-100 km/hr) in 4.7 sec with optional PDK transmission. It has a top speed of 285 km/hr(177 mph).
Porsche Cayman GTS performs pretty well in everyday traffic. The car is easy to maneuver and its relatively modest dimensions make it easy to park. All-around visibility is okay which sometimes can create confusion in dense traffic. On the track GTS is much better, though a bit noisy than S version. The fine-tuned chassis makes it dive quickly into
fast speed corners and responsive steering enables driver to push it towards higher speed limits. The balance is so good that even with traction control system off, car is really a hoot to drive producing enormous fun slides. The brakes are equally good and perform well even under extensive braking.
Porsche cayman GTS weighs 1450 kilograms(3196 lbs). It consumes 8.2 liters of gasoline per 100 kilometers and produce 211 gm/Km of CO2. With the PDK, it emits 190 gm/km of CO2 and efficiency is increased to 9.0 l/100 Km. As a result of lower CO2 emission, PDK version is cheaper than the manual version due to environmental taxes. Cayman GTS will go on sale from May,2015.
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