Porsche decided to hold its press conference in a separate room from the main hall on Tuesday. Assuming their would be news of the Panamera at the press conference, nearly every journalist jammed into the tiny space and, despite no news of the Panamera, a riot occurred when Porsche began handing out its press kits. To the small German woman I stepped on to get my press kit, please accept my deepest apologies. All is fair in love and auto shows, though.
So here it is, the 295-hp welterweight that Porsche is slotting between the Boxster and the 911 Carrera. Every bit a
Porsche, the Cayman S gets to 62 mph in 5.4 seconds on its way to a top speed of 183 mph. The mid-engine coupe actually
has a fair bit of luggage space (14.35 cu. ft.) and some trick hardware in the form of Porsche?s variable valve timing
called VarioCam Plus, its Active Suspension Management that actively adjusts the dampers at the touch of a button and
optional ceramic disc brakes.