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2007 Porsche Cayman


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Just as Porsche builds the Boxster and Boxster S roadsters, so it expands the Cayman sports coupe lineup for 2007 with the Porsche Cayman, a Boxster-based hardtop powered by a 245-horsepower, 2.7­liter horizontally opposed “boxer” six-cylinder engine – and now with Porsche’s exclusive VarioCam® Plus variable intake-valve timing and lift technology that broadens the torque curve, increases fuel economy and helps to reduce emissions.

New for 2007 is a revised and updated Tiptronic® S automatic transmission, a standard Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) and optional new 19-inch wheels with the same design as the 2007 911® Turbo.

But just as with the Boxster itself, the sports coupe’s story isn’t sheer acceleration – though it sprints from a standing start to 60 miles per hour in just 5.8 seconds (0-100 km/h in 6.1 seconds). The 2007 Porsche Cayman’s story is one of amazing and balanced dynamic capabilities that come from its mid-engine design and mechanical architecture and what that means to the sort of fine-tuning done by Porsche’s legendary team of engineers.

But the 2007 Porsche Cayman is more than just another performance sports car. Its well-equipped passenger compartment was designed and engineered to be comfortable and well appointed for long-distance driving, whether on two-lane mountain roads or wide-open stretches of Interstate highway.
Like the Porsche 911 models and Cayman S, the power unit of the 2007 Cayman features VarioCam Plus technology. Maximum output of this six-cylinder power unit is 245 horsepower, with torque peaking at 201 lb-ft between 4600 and 6000 rpm. The 2.7-liter power unit comes with a lightweight crankshaft and a high compression ratio, with output of 91.2 hp per liter.

Linked to the standard 5-speed manual transmission, the 2007 Cayman not only accelerates quickly – and up to a speed of 160 miles per hour (258 km/h) on the test track, but is rated at 23 miles per gallon in city driving and at 32 mpg on the highway and meets ULEV II (ultra low-emission vehicle) standards.

© Source: seriouswheels
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