When Andy Preuninger and the clever folks in Motorsports conjured
up this GT4, they ticked all the right boxes! With a big sticker
price north of $110K, there was no thought to save money; in fact
their only thoughts were to create a beautiful, powerful, sleek,
and mean-looking GT Porsche.
Wearing it's unblemished Agate Grey metallic finish and an interior
perfectly in harmony, this GT4 is as good of an example you will
come across. Loaded with all the right goodies of seats, brakes,
carbon, stitching, fuel tank, Sport-Chrono-Plus, et cetera, the
entire feel and flow of this GT4 is just right. Going a step
further, the front end was wrapped to protect the investment; and
there's the subtle touch of replacing the amber front markers with
clear (the amber lenses accompany the car) and these lend well to
all the sinister black touches and blend perfectly into the
At this point we're not sold on the new GT4, primarily because we
all know by now how wonderfully constructed these first examples
are. For the money, they are one of Porsche's finest builds yet.
Whether you're pulling into your favorite track, driving your
favorite neighborhood, or flat out getting lost ... the GT4 is an
incredibly responsive machine to maneuver throughout it's entire
power band and its broad capabilities. There is usable power
wherever you go on the tachometer. It's a very thrilling
And by the way, we're not sure the added horsepower of these next
generation examples will marry well with their heavier chassis.
Questions-and analogies- come to mind, but let's leave it at ...
this is a killer Cayman GT4.