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2015 Porsche Cayman GT4

You know that feeling when you leave your neighborhood for a while, come back and all the kid next door that you knew, is all teen now? Well, pretty much this happened with the Cayman, left alone for a while, went to the gym and now it's a baby GT3, but with a manual!
 
So what's all the fuss with the GT4? It's supposed to be a statement, that Porsche never gave up the development of 2-door sports cars and probably never will. 
 
 

Restoration: Porsche 911 HLS

Restoration: Porsche 911 HLS
"The forgotten Porsche", that's what all the automotive blogs wrote about the car i'm going to show you in this post. it all began in 1966, when this 911 was  sent to Automotive Engineering department at the University of Aache, so it would of been turned into a retractable roof 911, meant for races.
 
 

Porsche 911 Turbo by TechArt

TechArt will be showcasing their new tuning package for the Porsche 911 Turbo at the 84th 2014 Geneva International Motor Show.

 

The TechArt program for the 911 Turbo will include the TechArt Power Kit TA 091/T1. No actual specifications have been released, but the kit will be based on the intelligent engine management system called Techtronic. This will provide much more power to the 3.8-liter 911 Turbo which already produces 520 HP (383 kW).

 

2014 Porsche 911 Targa


Are you a modernist but you also like the retro air and i mean air literally, then you might like this retro-inspired 911 Targa, which Porsche has prepared.

What's new, we can spot a new roof, which features a removable section and comes with a thick B-pillar as well as a fixed rear window.

Engine units will likely carry over from the fixed roof version so you will be able to choose from a 350 HP six-cylinder 3.4-liter and a 400 HP six-cylinder 3.8-liter in the Targa S version which can be seen in these official pics in the all-wheel drive 4S.

Porsche Cayman Alpha 1 by Royal Customs


It's limited to 3 units, but hold your horses, before you check your bank account, take a closer look at the photos. So what makes it so special? It's being built in Dubai, by Royal Customs, which made an extreme wide body kit, which takes around a month to be built.

Porsche Cayman S by TechArt

TechArt has released the new Porsche Cayman S program featuring visual, performance and interior upgrades.

On the outside, TechArt Cayman S features adjustable rear spoiler and diffuser, side skirts, front splitter and side mirrors. Owners will also choose between 21 inch Formula light or TechArt Formula III forged alloys. Behind them you can choose between several brake calipers designs too. Interior is improved with leather and stitching, lacquered surfaces and carbon fiber trims.

Porsche 911 GT3 by GMG

North American car tuner GMG, has developed custom package named GMG World Challenge Track Package.

Package consist of various power, handling and visual modifications. Engine modifications include custom headers and cats, sport section and GIAC custom software calibration for 91 and 100 octane fuel. Gearbox is upgraded with intermediate clutch packs and upgraded ramps as well as numeric shifter, Cup car cables and urethane transmission mount.

Porsche 911 Carrera 4S 5M


For celebrating 5 million fans on Facebook page, Porsche asked fans to build a 911 by their specifications, a few months laters, this came out.

Car features Aerokit Cup with a newly styled front apron with a distinctive front spoiler lip and a rear spoiler with a fixed wing on top. 20' Carrera wheels, finished in gloss white paint. Still on the outside, car "wears" an Aqua Blue Metallic paint, with unique 5M fans decal.

Porsche 981 by Schmidt Revolution

German car tuner Schmidt Revolution showcased their first tuning kit for Porsche Boxster 981. 

Kit consists of lowering suspensions with Eibach name on it, sitting 30 mm lower than standard model on 20-inch lightweight alloys wrapped on Falken Azenis FK453 performance tires with 245/30 on front wheels and 285/30 on the rear.

Pretty minimalistic approach, but sometime less is more, as shown in pictures below.

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