New to our inventory, you will notice this 2012 Cayman R's
aesthetic immediately. Lettering and stripes on the R's flanks, as
well as a fixed rear wing that references the 1967 911R. The Cayman
R has gained 10 hp over its Cayman S sibling. A total of 330hp,
thanks to a free-flowing exhaust system. Even more important,
Porsche claims the R sheds a cool 121 pounds, making it one of the
lightest sports cars on the market. The aluminum doors shave off 33
pounds, and another 26 pounds from the use of lighter seat
structures, and 11 pounds from new light weight wheels. The rest is
in the details, such as the fabric straps that replace conventional
door pulls and the rear wing. The throttle, brake, and steering
input is delivered dynamically is virtually unmatched. It's a
sharpness that sets the Cayman R apart from its lesser siblings.
Thanks to a lower center of gravity and a modified chassis with a
reduced roll-angle gradient. The aerodynamics are improved as well:
Rear-axle lift is reduced 40 percent, front-axle lift has been
lowered by 15 percent. The naturally aspirated flat-six is
supremely responsive and attentive to the slightest input, a
behavior unmatched by any turbocharged engine. Straight-line
performance is impeccable, At an ungoverned 175 mph and with a
predicted 0-to-60-mph time of just over four seconds, the Cayman R
should leave much more powerful cars in the dust. This vehicle has
a low 41,970 miles and available for viewing in our showroom
2012 Porsche Cayman
Location:Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
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