The German car blog has taken the Porsche Cayman S out for a spin. It seems like everybody’s agreeing on that the Cayman is way better than the Porsche Boxter – but you don’t have to pay $59,000 for a Porsche Boxter…
“The Cayman S is a great car, if you can get the passed the heavy pricing (such as over £100 for coloured wheel centres!) then it’s definitely worth considering it. So to conclude, the Cayman looks great, is fast and handles nicely and on that note, it’s unquestionably a better car than the Boxster.”
Porsche Cayman S: Test Drive, Review and Gallery! [germancarblog.com]
If I got to choose from a Porsche Cayenne in it’s original costume and the Porsche Cayenne CLR 400 GT, I would probably go for the original – but that’s just me. The complete kit, featuring a full body conversion, 22″ rims and an additional 130bhp (total of 470 bhp) from Lumma Design will cost you €22 000 + €12 000 + €20 000 depending on what parts in the kit you want to get…Ok, I change my mind, let me have it! Hehe.
Porsche Cayenne CLR 400 GT by Lumma Design [worldcarfans.com]
Two days ago I wrote about the Gumball 3000 blog. So check that one out if you want to have all the news from the race. The gumballers are now in Salt Lake U.S.A. Here’s a nice gallery of yesterdays arrival.
Exclusive Gumball 3000 photo gallery [Autospies]
“Why pay more for what is essentially a hotted-up Boxster S without a folding roof? Because of how it drives. Cayman captures the essence of Porsche with power, poise and precision.”
Forbes have published a list of the world’s most expensive cars in 2006. The list contain few surprises but it’s a nice compilation. On the picture above you can see the Bugatti Veyron – it’s only $1,192,057…
Porsche have launched a minisite for their upcoming 911 Turbo called: Masterwerk-The new 911 Turbo. It features lots of videos, images and information. The site is available in two flavours for both narrow band and broadband users. Nice.
If you want some fresh Porsche 911 information, you better check out all informationt that just has been published over at Carscoop:
2007 Porsche 911 Turbo [Carscoop]