''Perfectly irrational, the 718 Cayman GT4 is the perfect sports
car. For those who would rather ask 'why not?' than 'why?'. For
those who take fun seriously, and would rather sit in a sport seat
than a leather armchair''. So states Porsche, and at Driven we
absolutely agree with their conclusion. With 414 horsepower, a 4.2
seconds 0-60 mph time, and a track top speed of 189 mph the Cayman
GT4 provides phenomenal performance in a perfectly sized and
beautifully balanced package. And this particular 718 GT4 is a very
collectible piece. It's the first known delivery in Paint-to-Sample
Albert Blue, an historic Porsche color originally used for the 911
from 1970 to 1972 as an homage to Prince Albert of Monaco and his
Principality being located upon the Mediterranean sea. Porche's
Satin Aurum colored wheels were selected go perfectly with the
Albert Blue exterior and the extended black leather interior is
optioned with deviated stitching colored to match the gold wheels.
This GT4 has LED Headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System
(PDLS+), Porsche Carbon Composite Brakes (PCCB) with black
calipers, 6-speed manual transmission, and adaptive18 way power and
heated seats. The entire exterior is protected with Expel Paint
Protection film with CQuartz ceramic coating. The original MSRP was
$146,080. The car has approximately 500 miles and is like-new
condition. Contact Driven about this one-off and beautifully
optioned 718 Cayman GT4.
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