It may even out maneuver zombies.
It’s taken a while for Porsche to fully exploit the capabilities of its Cayman mid-engined coupe. And making its official live debut here at Geneva is the 2016 Porsche Cayman GT4, a track-tuned car that’s capable of outperforming and outrunning many (but not all) past 911s. The 2011 911 GT3 is just one example. Powered by the 3.8-liter flat six found in the current Carrera S, the Cayman GT4 is 385 hp of pure track attack. 0-60 mph happens in only 4.2 seconds and it’s capable of a top track speed of 183 mph.
And it looks as incredible in-person as it does in photos. Everything about the Cayman GT4 has been enhanced for the track, including a lowered ride height, an improved braking system consisting of 911 GT3 components, and plenty of added downforce at both axles. The large rear wing also looks fantastic. Step inside and you’ll discover options like full bucket seats made of carbon fiber and a Sport Chrono Package. Porsche has already announced that US sales will begin this July. The price? $85,595, including destination. Considering the level of track performance the Cayman GT4 is capable of, many would say that price is a relative bargain. We can’t disagree.