Porsche Cayman S price in india, Images, Features, Mileage

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Porsche Cayman S

The new 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder generates 350 horsepower—25 more than the old 3.4-liter six—but it does not create operatic music. It instead emits a raspy, uncouth sound that strikes some drivers as unpleasant and grating in the way people can’t figure out how that nasally Dylan character landed a Nobel Prize for literature. It’s just so artless, they complain. In the case of this S model (and Bob Dylan, for that matter), they’ve got a point about the singing voice, but they’re wrong about artistry.

Porsche Cayman S Features

Safety & Security features

  • Airbags
  • Passenger Airbags
  • Side Airbags
  • ABS
  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
  • Brake Assist
  • Hill Assist
  • Electronic Stability Program
  • Tractional Control
  • Engine Immobilizer
  • Central Locking
  • Child Safety Lock
  • Power Door Lock
  • Automatic Headlamps
  • Cornering Lights
  • Rain Sensing Wipers
  • Headlamp Beam Adjuster

Comfort & Convenience

  • Air Conditioner
  • Heater
  • Steering Adjustment
  • Steering Mounted Audio
  • Paddle Shift
  • Cruise Control
  • Power Outlets 12V
  • Rear Parking Sensor
  • Rear Parking Camera
  • Electrically Adjustable Rear View Mirror
  • Push Start Stop Button
  • Height Adjustable Driver Seat
  • Lumbar Support
  • Front Armrest
  • Upholstery
  • Front Cup Holders
  • Keyless Entry
  • Climate Control


  • Light Type
  • Rear Fog Lamps

Instrumentation & Communication

  • Distance To Empty
  • Average Fuel Efficiency Indicator
  • Seat Belt Warning
  • Low Fuel Warning
  • Door Ajar Warning
  • GPS Navigation

Practical Matters

Besides the aforementioned performance-enhancing options, the sticker price on our test car was inflated by Graphite Blue metallic paint ($640), the $3200 PDK transmission, $530 for seat heaters and another $730 for seat ventilation, plus $760 for seemingly needless dual-zone climate control, a $1535 carbon-fiber interior trim package, and $3030 worth of infotainment ($1300 for Porsche Connect Plus and $1730 for the navigation module in the Porsche Communication Management, or PCM). Add auto-dimming mirrors with rain sensors ($690), a Light Design package ($340), and $185 to have colored Porsche crests in the wheel-center caps, all items we could live without. The dual-clutch alternative works so well in its paddle-shifting manual mode that the only real argument against it is the price.

Buyers planning to drive their sports cars daily, as opposed to exclusively on weekends and at the track, might find the Cayman S a little short on comforts like functional, accessible cupholders or easy stowage for your phone and oddments. Decide for yourself how to compare the utility of front and rear trunks that together add up to the same 15 cubic feet of space you’d find in a Corvette.

Which brings us to the last option on our test car, the Sport Exhaust system, with tailpipes in silver for $2450. We’d recommend it, not so much for the louder exhaust note when its flaps open, but for the improved character of the resulting sound.

Reducing cylinder count and turbocharging will always change the engine sound in ways enthusiasts don’t love (ask any Formula 1 fan about the latest-generation cars), so we must be forgiven for this fine whine. But it’s an essentially pointless argument. Ignore those itching to pick a fight with, “It just doesn’t sound like a Porsche.” Drive a 718 Cayman S for three minutes and there’s no question it’s a Porsche. So that noise you hear? That’s what this Porsche sounds like. It’s not as if some treasured heritage rests solely in the sound of six cylinders deployed pancake-fashion. The 944 and 968 Turbos were four-cylinder forced-induction Porsches; the 356, 914, and 912 were flat-fours. If a 911 doesn’t sound like a 928 that doesn’t sound like a Cayenne, so what? Did Derek Bell climb out of his 962C after winning the 1987 24 Hours of Le Mans and complain that it just didn’t sound as sweet as the 917 he’d driven in 1971? No, he did not. Because he was about getting on down the road. And, uh, he had earplugs. Just get in the car and drive the wheels off the thing, already.

Porsche Cayman S Price in India

₹ 1.4 Crore

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