All-new 2013 Porsche Cayman has been spied testing on Germany's famed Autobahn. Despite the minimal styling changes, the new car is set for a 2013 debut.
Although the next generation Porsche 911 has dominated the spy shots lately, Cayman fans will be pleased to see what are perhaps the best pictures of the new car so far. It's now been spotted undergoing testing at the infamous Autobahn in Germany. Engine options will be similar to the outgoing Boxster and Cayman, with the flat-sixes directly carrying-over. The new base engine will be a flat-four that will probably be a shortened version of the six.
Both the six-speed manual and seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmissions will also remain. Interestingly, these spy shots show the mule to have a sensor in the front fascia's center which may be an indication of a laser or radar-based cruise control system. The car will also have a longer wheelbase that will improve interior space. Other features will include a larger rear window and a lower back-end as well. Changes to the front-end are minimal, but we definitely see more pronounced 911-influenced headlights. Photos courtesy of Teamspeed.