The Porsche Cayman hasn’t been getting a lot of love from tuning companies recently so the work done by French tuner Delavilla not only gives the Cayman some due recognition, but it also succeeded in blowing us away. We didn’t know that the Cayman R could be this sexy, so a lot of props go out to the small French tuning house for making it work. Saucy, indeed!

Putting aside our bulging eyes and salivating mouths, the Porsche-exclusive tuning company outfitted the Cayman R with a comprehensive exterior make-over, to go with a number of performance upgrades customers can choose from.

First off, the wide bodykit that was added to the Cayman R has turned the Porsche sports car into a real head-turner. The front and rear bumpers added some dimension to the sports car, as did the new fenders and side panels. In addition to that, LED daytime running lights were also installed to keep it up to the times, while a new set of multi-spoke wheels and bespoke quad tail pipes were fitted to provide some extra steam to what is already looking like a smokin’ hot ride. As for the interior, Delavilla added a new pair of sport bucket seats and plenty of Alcantara trim on both the steering wheel and the gear lever.

And then there’s the power upgrades. Not content with just one program for the Cayman R, Delavilla is offering three different power kits that can spike up the output of the Cayman R’s 3.4-liter flat-six engine from its standard 330-horsepower output to either 340 horsepower, 385 horsepower, or 420 horsepower.

  • 2011 Porsche Cayman R1 by Delavilla
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    flat-six engine
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    3400 L
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  (328) posted on 01.20.2012

Wooah! Cayman looks very sexy in its platform. Thumbs up to Delavilla for succeeding in Cayman’s make-over. I really love its platform, and the interior design was also great.

  (728) posted on 12.26.2011

It looks very decent and sporty on that! Well, it is really so awesome on its aesthetic and upgrade version. However, I’m not truly very fond on its interior. It seems that it is not perfectly matched on its outside look.

  (427) posted on 12.19.2011

Cayman R1 is so awesome! I love the bulging eyes and the salivating mouth of this; it looks very cool and cunning on that! Well, I must say that this is the best make-over packaged that I saw ever!

  (410) posted on 12.15.2011

420 horsepower is already quite good on this vehicle and just like them, I also find it very appealing and decent on its exterior body paint. Moreover, I’m glad that it still have a very comfortable and awesome interior.

  (419) posted on 12.8.2011

Its new hood is really so cool on it! I noticed that even though they add some dimension on it, I’m glad that they also upgrade its engine output. Moreover, its interior is absolutely very admiring on it.

  (434) posted on 12.1.2011

I’m so in love with the precise exterior appearance of this Cayman! smiley it doesn’t really need to have lots of accessories for it already looks better on its current looks! Anyway, its engine was impressive as well.

  (474) posted on 11.27.2011

This Cayman is absolutely beyond so awesome with its new look, and I love it more in that cool white body paint! smiley Furthermore, its power upgrade is great either, which only adds more admiration that I feel for it.

  (613) posted on 11.25.2011

The makeover for this Cayman is absolutely looking so perfect! I’m impressed with how they perfectly combined the sporty and decent appearance on it, even its sexy side rim is very awesome either!

  (276) posted on 11.24.2011

Yeah! This new vehicle of them really has a very noticeable appearance! It looks so cool with its white body paint, even the interior is impressive as well for being spacious one.

  (365) posted on 11.23.2011

This new vehicle of Porsche Cayman really looks so cool! I love the enhancements that they did with it, especially the upgraded engine output. Anyway, I wonder if they also updated the interior of this one?

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