The key demand for TechArt engineers was how to transfer their principles of
sportiness and individuality into upgrades for Porsche Cayman. The front apron
with a TechArt two-part front spoiler, integrated splitter as well as
re-designed and bigger central air duct gives the Porsche Cayman a more
aggressive look and offers additional dynamics to the mid-engine sports car's
The TechArt design vocabulary spreads to the vehicle's rear via trims at the side mirrors and upright fins in the side air intakes at the rear wheel arches. The mixture of a fixed TechArt rear spoiler, a rear diffuser and central TechArt sports tailpipes completes the car's exterior appearance.
Customers can also opt for a new sports exhaust system with valve control, which gives the 6-cylinder boxer engine a sporty and powerful sound at the push of a button on the dash.
21-inch wheels are a little much for the small Cayman, but TechArt says that they nicely compliment the aerodynamic kit. Customers can choose between TechArt Formula light alloy wheels in classic 5-spokes design or the weight reduced TechArt Formula III forged wheels in dynamic twin-spokes design. These are optionally available in new surfaces and color versions such as high gloss ceramic polishing and bi-color finish.
To enhance the stability, TechArt can install a sport spring kit which lowers the ride height of the Porsche Cayman by 35 mm compared to a standard suspension and by 25 mm compared to a PASM suspension.
The in-house design team offers endless individualization opportunities for the Porsche Cayman's interior. TechArt full leather equipments including decorative stitching, lacquered surfaces, carbon fiber trims as well as manifold interior styling packages upgrade the vehicle's interior design and consequently adapt exterior styling features.