2014 Porsche Cayman: First Liveshots Of Stuttgart's Sexy Little Minx

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We've seen the new Porsche Cayman wearing camouflage. We've seen press pictures of the new car.

But we haven't gotten a chance to check it out in the flesh for ourselves. Until now. And damn it looks good.

As you've seen and as we totally expected, the Cayman is a coupe Boxster... or the Boxster is a Cayman roadster, one or the other. The front end is more angular and there is now a fixed roof.

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The Cayman is also getting a slight power bump over its open topped brother. The base Cayman has 275 horses while the Cayman S has 325 horsepower. Both are 10 more than the Boxster.

Those 325 horsepowers are enough to get the Cayman S to 60 in a scant 4.4 seconds, with its slower brother lagging slightly behind.

Before you add options like painted Porsche crests on the wheels or red seat belts, the Cayman and Cayman S will start at $53,600 and $64,750, respectively. Good luck not optioning it up to $90,000. Look for the Cayman to hit dealers this spring.

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kristjansalak
kristjansalak

I'm still hoping that Porsche will come up with a car that doesn't look like a 911. I actually really like the looks of the 944, 928 and 968. Then again I don't really have anything against the looks of the 911, but it's almost like Porsche has completely forgotten about those models from the past and is afraid to do anything different again.

When I was shopping for my first car, one of my choices actually was the 944 and I nearly bought one if it wasn't for the quite rare 535 manual that I came across (and which has given me endless head aches). Kind of regret not buying one, would've been cool to say that my first car was a Porsche. I still own the BMW though.