The finished article will debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
The German tuner is readying a modifed Porsche Cayman for next month's Geneva Motor Show and has previewed its latest project with these renderings. Power kits for its SP81-CR proect have been developed that will boost power to 345, 360 or 400 horsepower, upping the Cayman S 3.4-liter boxer-six's output of 325hp. Alongside this performance enhancement is an aesthetic upgrade courtesy of a two-tone body kit consisting of front chin and rear spoilers, rear diffusor, rear air outlets, and side panels with carbon trim.
There's also a retro-style hood with edgings that open to the front. Keeping all the power to the tarmac is a set of 21-inch Light Spoke Competition alloys, while helping the retuned engine to breath better is a sports exhaust system with twin tailpipes and an optional sound switch. Completing the aftermarket package is an adjustable sport suspension with lift system, and a bespoke interior that can be kitted out in a range of different leathers and Alcantara upholstery.