Ever Since 2006 Porsche Has Given Us The Cayman Model As Part Of Their Company Line Up, With The Cayman Being A Coupe Derivative Of The Successful Porsche Boxster. This Design Creation Was The Brain Child Of Chief Designer Pinky Lai, With The Name Cayman Being An Alternative Spelling Of Caiman, A Reptile In The Same Family As The Alligator And When Porsche Released This Ultra New Model, They Even Adopted Four Caimans At Stuttgart's Wilhelma Zoo, As Part Of Their Marketing Strategy. The Cayman Was Always Viewed As Being The Ideal Stepping Stone From The Porsche Boxster To The Porsche 911, With Many Clients New And Old Seeing This Brand New Offering As Being An Excellent Alternative To Either One, As This Small Two Seat Performance Car, Gave Capable Road Going Handling, Staggeringly Beautiful Exterior Detail And A Varied Mixture Of Engine Choices To Please Any Driver. In The March Of 2012 At The Geneva Motor Show, Porsche Needed To Heavily Update This Now Successful Model And With This The Third Generation 981 Was Introduced To Eager Buyers From Around The World And The Global Motoring Press, With This Fresh Looking Cayman Being Presented With A New Body Design, A Longer Wheelbase, A Wider Front Track And A Redesigned Interior That Matched The Firm's Contemporary 911 Models.
The major mechanical tweaks for a GTS over a Cayman S are another 15hp, a 10mm drop in in ride height with standard PASM as well, Sport Chrono and a sports exhaust. Small mechanical changes to go along with the new front bumper design and smoked headlights, 20-inch wheels and GTS badges.