Auto mod house Rinspeed may be best known for such outrageousness as the Zazen concept, with its holographic brake light, and single-section roof dome fashioned by space-age materials by Swiss elves, but it also builds more accessable tuners. Take the new Cayman Imola (above), which sports a 997-Turbo-look body kit that includes a lowdown front dam, air intakes that could suck in low-flying geese, "king me" hood graphics and a high-design rear diffusor insert. It also gets headers, metal catalytic converters and stainless steel exhaust, five spoke aluminum wheels, suspension kit that's 25mm lower than stock and various manner of interior finery. Its Indy 4S sibling is Rinspeed's take on the Porsche 911 Carrera 4 & 4S. It gets the same treatment. Click through for more pics.