Evolving a sports car can be a risky business—how do you improve upon an already successful design without taking away its greatness? Fortunately, Porsche has perhaps the most experience in the industry through its 40-plus-year run with the 911. That knowledge and skill has extended to the Cayman.
In its latest iteration, the 2014 Porsche Cayman is better than ever. It’s still light, it’s more powerful, and the technology it has gained has made it both faster and more fun to drive. It’s one of the most engaging sports cars at any price point, and, while it’s still no outright bargain, a strong case can be made that it represents tremendous value.
Why is that? Because it looks stunning, both inside and out; because it’s very quick, but more importantly, very rewarding to drive; and perhaps most of all, because it manages to carve out a place for itself in a world where it could easily be overshadowed by its bigger, older brother, the 911.
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