Porsche Cayman

The Porsche Cayman is a mid-engined, rear wheel drive 2-seat sports car produced by Porsche AG of Germany. First launched in the 2006 model year, the Cayman is a coupé derived from Porsche’s second generation Boxster convertible. Like the Boxster, most Caymans were assembled in Finland for Porsche by Valmet Automotive (the rest are assembled in Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart, Germany). Porsche’s Deputy Chairman, Holger P. Haerter stated that their contract with Valmet Automotive will end in 2012, and the Cayman’s production will be outsourced to Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik of Graz, Austria. (Panorama, 2008). More recently, as Volkswagen assumed ultimate control of Porsche AG, that agreement fell through, and the production of both Caymans and Boxsters after 2012 will be in the former Karmann plant in Osnabrück, Germany, now owned by Volkswagen and used for production of the new 2012 Golf Cabriolet.

The Porsche Cayman sits on a wheelbase of 95 inches (2,416 mm), with an overall length of 172 inches (4,372 mm). The vehicle belongs to the Sports Cars class. The milage per galon of this car is 0 mpg in the city and 0 mpg on a highway. The Porsche Cayman is 2,954 lbs (1,340 kg) heavy and the starting price was set to 0 USD (which compares to 0 €) when the car was introduced. The best trim of the car will cost you around $0.

Porsche Cayman (2005-2012) specification

Class: Sports Cars
Wheelbase: 95 in / 2,416 mm
Length: 172 in / 4,372 mm
Width: 71 in / 1,801 mm
Height: 51 in / 1,305 mm
Curb Weight: 2,954 lbs / 1,340 kg
Cargo Capacity Min: 14 cu.ft. / 410 l
Cargo Capacity Max: 14 cu.ft. / 410 l
Starting price: $0 (≈ 0 €)
Fuel economy (city/highway): 0 / 0 mpg

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