If you’re an enthusiast of Porsche and the type of person who likes options, but not an overwhelming amount of options, the 2015 Porsche Cayman Coming Soon to Tacoma is a good fit for you. It comes in three trim levels: Base, S, and GTS. Like the 911 family, the Cayman lineup is raw power at your finger tips. It’s the type of power that is wildly exciting to drive, yet refined and nimble as you’d expect from the designers and engineers at Porsche. Speed is nothing new to them and the base model 2015 Cayman is capable of sprinting to 60 mph from zero in 5.7 seconds for the manual transmission models. Not quick enough for you? The S does it in 5.1 seconds while the GTS does it in 5.0 flat (both utilizing the manual transmission). Shave 0.01 seconds and go with the PDK transmission for lightning fast shifts and excellent throttle response.
The base model 2015 Porsche Cayman Coming Soon to Tacoma has a cockpit like interior space that will make you feel right at home. Everything is focused on one goal: advancing with a blend of sport and comfort. Porsche says, “The sport character of the Cayman is further reinforced by the Sports seats— fitted as standard and with seat centers in Alcantara.” Inside you’ll also see the 7″ touchscreen that has a navigation module with a high-speed hard drive that allows you to choose between a 2D display and a 3D perspective. The navigation calculates the routes dynamically in response to official traffic messages and information from traffic flow sensors. Another feature of the communication management system is voice-activated controls with word-by-word input. This allows for the focus to remain on the road while you pull up a favorite band to listen to, or to find directions to the nearest restaurant.
Powering the 2015 Porsche Cayman Coming Soon to Tacoma base model is a 2.7L flat-six engine with direct fuel injection and VarioCam Plus capable of developing 275 hp. Step up to the S model and experience 325 hp from the 3.4L flat-six engine with direct injection and VarioCam Plus. Lastly, there is the GTS model which develops 340 hp from the same 3.4L flat-six as the S. The key distinction between the top tier models is that the GTS has been designed with lightweight construction in mind. The gain of 15 hp is noticeable as the GTS model weighs less than the S. For more information, come visit us in person at 1701-A Alexander Ave E, Fife, WA 98424.