Any new Porsche is very desirable by definition, but once a model goes through the company’s division in charge of customizations, the level of appeal increases even further. Case in point, this white Cayman S has been pampered with plenty of special tweaks both inside and out which have made the high-performance coupe even more attractive.
It features an appealing all-white body contrasted by the black accents applied onto the headlight washer and on the bottom half of the side mirrors while the rear side section also has a similar black appearance. Porsche Exclusive has applied a black tint on the taillights and they also installed a 20-inch set of SportTechno wheels featuring black center spokes.
If we move inside the cabin, you will notice the high-end Espresso leather upholstery which has also been applied on the rearview mirror, steering column and even on the center air vent slats. The body’s white finish has been color-coordinated inside where the Sport Chrono stopwatch dial, instrument dials and the center console adopt a white look, just like the trim on the dashboard and doors. As a final touch, Porsche Exclusive embossed the company’s famous crest onto the storage compartment lid as well as on the seats.
There aren’t any mechanical changes which means this Porsche Cayman S has the same flat-six 3.4-liter engine with 325 bhp which grants the vehicle with a 0-100 kmph run in 4.7 seconds (with the Sport Chrono package). This car has the optional PDK transmission which means it has a top speed of 281 kmph whereas the manual version can do 283 kmph.
This naturally aspirated engine will soon be history as next year’s facelift for the Cayman S is believed to bring a newly developed 2.5-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged gasoline unit developing somewhere in the region of 300 bhp.