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2014 Porsche Cayman SP81-CR by SpeedART

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Earlier this year SpeedART dropped the first teaser images on a SP81-CR package based on the new-generation Porsche Cayman S . Now, the tuner decided to finally release the kit on the market. Its official debut will be made at the Tuner Grand Prix at the Hockenheimring racetrack in Germany and ales will begin next week.

Before talking about the SP81-CR let’s see what the Tuner Grand Prix is. The race is organized each year by Sport Auto magazine and brings together the best tuning kits out there. The cars are separated into classes and the drivers from Sport Auto decided which vehicle is the best in its class by making an average of the best times of the class.

Now, back to the SpeedART tuning kit; it includes exterior and interior upgrades, and customers can choose between three different engine upgrades.

Click past the jump to read more about the Porsche Cayman SP81-CR by SpeedART.

Porsche Cayman SP81-CR by SpeedART

Porsche Cayman SP81-CR by SpeedART

Updates will start on the exterior where the tuner is offering an aggressive body kit that will improve the Cayman’s aerodynamic features. These upgrades include: a new carbon-fiber hood; a new front spoiler; a new bumper; a rear diffuser; and a fixed rear wing.
The interior delivers lots of luxury from factory, so the only updates offered by SpeedArt are some leather and Alcantara elements.

Porsche Cayman SP81-CR by SpeedART

As usual, when it comes from SpeedART, most of the mods were made under the hood. A Cayman S is powered by a 3.4-liter flat-six-cylinder engine that delivers a total of 325 horsepower. The tuner is offering three different upgrades, depending on the customers’ wishes. The options pump the Cayman to 345, 360 or 400 horsepower. For an improved engine sound, SpeedART is also offering a center-mounted dual-exhaust system.

Last but not least, there is a new set of 21-inch wheels and an adjustable sports suspension.

What we like the most from the kit is that blue exterior paint combined with the black accents that make the car look better than ever.



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