About Porsche Cayman

    The Porsche Cayman is a rear-wheel drive sports car that first made its way onto US roads for the 2006 model year. When it first premiered, the Cayman was available strictly as the Cayman S. It was outfitted with a 3.4L six-cylinder engine good for 395 horsepower and 250 pounds-per-foot of torque mated to a standard five-speed manual transmission or an optional Tiptronic automatic with manual shift control. For 2007, the base Porsche Cayman entered the lineup featuring a 2.7L six-cylinder engine capable of up to 245 horsepower and 201 pounds-per-foot of torque.

    For the base Cayman, drivers received a trip computer, cruise control, power accessories, a CD stereo system, and 17" alloy wheels. The Cayman S was equipped with 18" alloy wheels, bigger brakes, and a nine-speaker premium audio system. Options across the board included power seats, rear-parking assist, heated seats, a navigation system, ceramic composite brake discs, and Porsche’s Active Suspension Management (PASM), which lowered the vehicle’s height and adjusts dampers for either a "normal" driving mode or for "Sport" mode. 2008 did not bring too many changes to Cayman parts, although new carbon-fiber/leather foldable bucket seats were installed. The limited-edition Porsche Design One package became available, as well.

    In 2009, both the Cayman and Cayman S received an increase to their respective powerplants, with the base model offering a 2.9L six-cylinder (265 hp with 221 pounds-per-foot of torque) and the higher-level S displaying a new 3.4L boxer-four which got credit for 320 horsepower and 273 pounds-per-foot of toque. Engines were mated to either a six-speed manual transmission or an optional seven-speed automatic transmission. Porsche’s PDK gearbox was also offered. The Porsche Cayman did not receive too many updates for the 2010 model year, although the steering wheel was redesigned and there were other minor upgrades around the interior parts.

    It's about the adrenaline. The kick in horsepower. And of course, the razor-sharp look that sends a distinctive message. The Porsche Cayman has been credited with inventing and redefining the muscle-car image. From its incessant performance to the low-pro body style that is as sleek as it is aggressive, it's easy to see why this model has maintained such a recognizable presence on the road. And what's the one thing that keeps it in the consciousness? The fact that the Porsche Cayman holds a legacy that is still growing.

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    2012 Porsche Cayman S Black Edition
    2012 Porsche Cayman S Black Edition

    German automaker Porsche AG has recently introduced Black Edition of two models: Porsche 911 and Porsche Boxster S. On May 6, 2011, Porsche AG released the new 2012 Porsche Cayman S Black Edition, limited to only 500 units worldwide. The limited edition is offered in solid black body on black-painted 19-inch wheels sharing their design with Boxster Spyder. These wheels are one inch bigger than the standard wheels of Cayman S. The exterior package includes Bi-Xenon headlights with dynamic cornering lights, as well as LED daytime running lights.

    The black monochromatic theme is kept in the interior with stainless steel and aluminum accessories, applied as accents. The interior package includes black leather coat seats, black dashboard, the standard SportDesign steering wheel with twin aluminum-look spokes and black leather rim, and the black instrument dials versus the usual white. The distinctive touches are the Porsche crest embossed on the headrests and the limited-edition badge, decorating the glove compartment.

    Black Edition Porsche Cayman S is equipped with 3.4-liter 6-cylinder direct fuel injection engine, which, in comparison with regular Cayman S, produces extra 10 horsepower for a total of 330 horsepower. The additional power is produced at 7,400 rpm (extra 200 rpm versus the standard Cayman S), while the peak torque is unchanged at 272 lb-ft at 4,750 rpm. The 0-62 mph acceleration time is improved by 0.1 second to 5.1 seconds in tandem with 6-speed manual transmission and by 0.2 seconds with optional PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission.

    Limited to only 500 units worldwide, the 2012 Porsche Cayman S Black Edition will come in the market this summer and will be priced at $67,500 in the United States.