The coupe version of the mid-engine 718 Boxster roadster, the 718 Cayman, delivers Porsche-grade thrills for less money than the flagship 911 sports cars. More than closing the top on the Boxster, the Cayman has a sleek and classy look that signals its heritage and track-ready performance.
The Cayman always has been about unflappable, scalpel-sharp handling. That hasn't changed one bit with the latest 718 Cayman. It remains a superbly balanced, two-seat sports car that's comfortable enough to be driven daily. The biggest downside is that, even though its starting price is on the low side for a Porsche, it's considerably more expensive than the average car. And Porsche's dizzying level of customization options means the price can skyrocket quickly.