The Porsche Boxster was born out of Porsche's desire to create something that would slot in beneath its halo 911 range and open up Porsche ownership to a broader segment. The first-generation Boxster debuted in 1996 as a two-seat open-top sports car. By the second generation, a fixed-roof variant called the Cayman was introduced, and that has continued into the current fourth-generation duo, known as the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman. What we have here is a 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 with just 3,700 miles on the odometer. The GT4 is one of the hardcore variants of the 718 Cayman that you can find, so this is a boulevard cruiser plus a track bruiser. Read on to find out why you should snag it up ASAP.
Gentian Blue Metallic is the name of the color that clothes this 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4, and it's a fitting choice for a menacing car. You have a Fabspeed heat-wrapped GPF bypass pipes and an RSNV wing riser with a 3-inch lift, as reported by the current owner. It's also said that the original pipes and wing riser are included in the sale. At the sides, you've got window wind diffusers as an addition, and moving to the front, we are told that the bi-xenon headlamps sport the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS) upgrade. The front of the car includes a paint protection film on the fenders, hood, A-pillars, and first six inches of the roof, as the current owner claims. Finally, take a moment to appreciate the satin black wheels, which wear high-performance tires. The Black With Race-Tex themed interior is a two-seat affair but contrary to the expectation of a hardcore racer, the cabin is far from sparse. In fact, it's positively luxurious, with Sports Adaptive Seats sporting 18-way power adjustment, dual-zone climate control, Bose surround sound system, navigation, voice control and a Rennline magnetic phone mount. You also receive interior trim with anthracite-brushed aluminum. You'll even find cupholders. Finally, there are two luggage spaces in the shape of a small rear trunk behind the engine compartment and a front trunk or frunk. Yes, you could take a trip in this car with ease.
This 2021 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is a true driver's car, and that's not just because of the 4.0-liter flat-six behind the two seats. No, the real characteristic of this is the six-speed manual transmission, a rarity in an automatic-choked world. This allows you to enjoy deploying all 414hp and 310lb-ft to the rear wheels as you rev the engine right through its rev band. Porsche performance figures for the 718 Cayman GT4 make for impressive reading, with zero to sixty rated at under 4.5 seconds and a top speed of 189mph.
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