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Porsche 982
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 at IAA 2019 IMG 0257.jpg
Porsche 718 Cayman GT4
Also calledPorsche 718 Boxster
Porsche 718 Cayman
Porsche 718 Spyder
DesignerPeter Varga (2015)[1]
Body and chassis
ClassSports car (S)
Body style
LayoutMR layout
Engine2.0 L MA2.2 turbocharged flat-4
2.5 L MA2.22 turbocharged flat-4
4.0 L MDG naturally aspirated flat-6
  • Boxster: 2,475 mm (97.4 in)
  • Cayman: 2,475 mm (97.4 in)
  • Boxster: 4,379 mm (172.4 in)
  • Cayman: 4,379 mm (172 in)
  • Boxster: 1,801 mm (70.9 in)
  • Cayman: 1,801 mm (70.9 in)
  • Boxster: 1,281 mm (50.4 in)
  • Cayman: 1,295 mm (51 in)
Curb weight
  • Boxster/Cayman:
    1,335 kg (2,943 lb) (manual)
  • 1,370 kg (3,020 lb) (PDK)[2][3]
  • Boxster S/Cayman S:
    1,355 kg (2,987 lb) (manual)
  • 1,385 kg (3,053 lb) (PDK)[4][5]
  • Boxster GTS/Cayman GTS:
    1,375 kg (3,031 lb) (manual)
  • 1,405 kg (3,097 lb) (PDK)[6][7]
  • 718 Cayman GT4: 1,451 kg (3,199 lb)[8][9]
  • 718 Spyder: 1,454 kg (3,206 lb)[10][11]
PredecessorPorsche 981

The Porsche 982 is the internal designation of the fourth generation Boxster and third generation Cayman made by German automobile manufacturer Porsche. With the switch to a new turbocharged flat-four engine the marketing name for the models was changed to Porsche 718, in reference to the 718, which won the Targa Florio race in 1959 and 1960. The name is meant to evoke Porsche's past racing successes with light cars like the 718 that outmaneuvered competitors with larger and more powerful engines.[12][13]

718 Boxster and Cayman

718 Boxster and Cayman / 718 Boxster and Cayman S

The 718 Boxster was introduced in January 2016, and premiered at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The 718 Cayman joined the range in April at the Beijing Motor Show. The 718 featured two new horizontally-opposed flat-4 turbocharged engines at 2.0-litre (Boxster/Cayman) and 2.5-litre (Boxster S/Cayman S) displacement with increased torque and horsepower with lower fuel consumption. The S model turbocharger utilizes Variable Turbine Geometry (VTG) technology.[14][15]

718 Boxster and Cayman T

The 718 T models were released for the 2020 model year as more sport-oriented versions of the base 718 models. As such, the T features the same 2.0-litre flat-4 engine as the base 718 but adds performance-oriented options such as Porsche's sport suspension system, the Sport Chrono package, and a limited-slip differential, along with minor cosmetic differences including special decals along the lower doors, a smaller-diameter steering wheel, door pull straps in place of standard door handles, wheels from the Porsche 992 Carrera S, and black rear badging.[16][17]

718 Boxster and Cayman GTS

Later in October 2017, the GTS models were announced with their 2.5-litre engines rated at 365 PS (360 hp; 268 kW). The Boxster could accelerate to 97 km/h (60 mph) from a standstill in 4.1 seconds, and the Cayman in 3.9 seconds.[18]

718 Boxster and Cayman GTS 4.0

Since 2020, the GTS 4.0 model has been offered for both 718 models. The new model features the 4.0-litre flat-6 from the Cayman GT4 and Boxster Spyder, however de-tuned to 294 kW (394 hp; 400 PS). Both GTS 4.0 models can accelerate to 97 km/h (60 mph) from a standstill in 4.3 seconds.[19] By late 2020, PDK gearbox is available as an option for 718 GTS 4.0. The acceleration time of 0-60 mph (97 km/h) has been reduced to 3.9 seconds.


The exterior of the 718 Boxster and Cayman is very similar to the third generation, more of an evolution than a redesign. The most notable changes are to the rear of the car, which now has a long black-trim bar across the rear connecting the two taillights. The headlights and bumper are also heavily reworked. On the sides, the mirrors have been redesigned, taking hue from the SportDesign mirrors on the GT3.

The updated cockpit of the 718 has the 4th generation of the Porsche PCM system, indicated by the display without bezels. This model has multifunction steering wheel controls.
The updated cockpit of the 718 has the 4th generation of the Porsche PCM system, indicated by the display without bezels. This model has multifunction steering wheel controls.

The interior remains very similar to the 981 Cayman / Boxster and the 991.2 generation of the Porsche 911. The main change is the new PCM 4.0 infotainment system, which replaces the PCM 3.1.[20] If the optional Sport Chrono package is present, the steering wheel comes with a mode selector switch that includes a selection of Sports and Sports Plus driving modes, resulting in snappier throttle response at the cost of fuel efficiency. Overall, the most prominent design features of the 981 Cayman / Boxster remain, including large air induction ports on the side, and the prominent horizontal aluminium piece used for adding oil and coolant in the trunk.[21]


Despite the loss of two cylinders, the 718 Cayman / Boxster was assessed to be mechanically superior to the 981 model with improved acceleration and steering, while the new 4 cylinder engine "cheapens the experience".[22] The 718 Cayman was declared Motor Trend's 2nd best Drivers car in 2017, which praised the car's handling and throttle response. Giving the award, Miguel Cortina noted, "The suspension is just what you want to feel in a car like this—stiff, sporty, rigid. You get a very good sense of what is happening on the road."[23]

By far, the most contentious reaction to the 718 Cayman was the sound of the engine - which received nearly universal criticism by the automotive press. Car and Driver called it a, "raspy, uncouth sound that strikes some drivers as unpleasant and grating."[24] Top Gear noted that the sound, "fundamentally cheapens the Porsche experience," and makes the car, "less upmarket, less cultured and sophisticated than it did before."[25] However, Motor Trend's Ignition tested the 718 Cayman against the 981 Cayman GT4, and found that the performance gains were so strong the car had the capability to outmaneuver the GT4 at a much lower price. They concluded that the tradeoff was probably worth it.[26]

The 718 GTS variant of the Cayman and Boxster received generally positive reviews. Visually, the front headlight and rear taillights were smokey black, and an aggressive front sports fascia was added. Performance upgrades included Porsche Sports Exhaust, a Sports Chrono Package, Porsche Stability Management were all added as standard features. By expanding the air intake, the 718 GTS has an additional 15-horsepower and even more torque than the 718 S. In addition, carmine red was added as a color as a $2580 option. Used in most of Porsche advertising with the GTS, the color is darker than Porsche Guards Red, and very similar to the Italian racing color used by Ferrari, Rosso Corsa.[27]

Many reviewers, including New York Times contributor Tom Voelk, noted that the 718 GTS had a much more pleasing sound than the base 718 and the 718 S. “One of the biggest complaints of the 718 is that its turbo 4 engine doesn’t have the distinctive sound that the outgoing 6 cylinder had,” said Voelk. “But the 718 GTS sounds much better. It has different intakes and a larger turbo.” The sound of the 718 GTS engine has much more prominent bass frequencies, which contrast with a strong treble pitch of the turbocharger.[28]

However, Evo magazine argues that, while "capable of challenging the 911 as a true sports car", the "718 version of the GTS doesn't really achieve anything more than the Cayman GTS it replaces" and "with its more desirable engine, it's the previous model that feels more exotic and like a much higher quality product." It describes the GTS' engine as "a nasty sounding motor", the noise from the turbo four-cylinder in the cabin as "dreadful" and "tuneless drivel" and contests that "the only redeeming feature of the 718 GTS sonically is that this is probably the quietest iteration of this motor".[29]

718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Spyder

The 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Spyder (previously named the Boxster Spyder) were revealed in June 2019. Both are differentiated from less powerful models by more aggressive bodywork, including a lower stance, new front bumper, a large new diffuser, and exhaust pipes that are spaced farther apart. The GT4 also features larger side intakes and an adjustable wing, the latter of which helps it generate up to 150 kg (330 lb) of downforce, 50 percent more than its predecessor. Both have a naturally aspirated 4.0-litre flat-6 derived from the 992's 3.0-litre 9A2EVO engine, which is rated at 309 kW (414 hp; 420 PS) at 7,600 rpm and 420 N⋅m (310 lb⋅ft) of torque at 5,000–6,800 rpm. The engine has cylinder deactivation, a first for Porsche. Porsche claims a top speed of 304 km/h (189 mph) for the GT4, and 301 km/h (187 mph) for the Spyder. The front suspension and brakes are borrowed from the 911 GT3, and the adaptive dampers, ABS and stability-control programming are borrowed from the 911 GT3 RS. The anti-roll bar end links, camber and toe can be manually adjusted, but the ride height–3 cm (1.2 in) lower than a standard 718–is fixed. Both are around 15 kg heavier than the GTS models. Sales commenced in the spring of 2020.[8][10] For the 2021 model year, the GT4 and Spyder became available with the 7-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission as an option.[30][31] It reduces the acceleration time of 0-60 mph (97 km/h) from 4.3 seconds to 3.7 seconds.

718 Cayman GT4 RS


Year Models Engine Power Torque Transmission (gears) 0–100 km/h (62 mph) 0–60 mph (97 km/h) Top speed CO2
2016–Present Cayman / Boxster (Chinese Market) 2.0 L (1,988 cc)
250 PS (247 hp; 184 kW) 310 N⋅m (229 lb⋅ft) PDK (7) 5.6 seconds 260 km/h (162 mph) 174 g/km
PDK Sport Chrono (7) 5.4 seconds
Cayman / Boxster and T 300 PS (296 hp; 221 kW) 380 N⋅m (280 lb⋅ft) Manual (6) 5.1 seconds 4.9 seconds 275 km/h (171 mph) 168 g/km
PDK (7) 4.9 seconds 4.7 seconds 158 g/km
PDK Sport Chrono (7) 4.7 seconds 4.5 seconds
Cayman / Boxster S 2.5 L (2,497 cc)
350 PS (345 hp; 257 kW) 420 N⋅m (310 lb⋅ft) Manual (6) 4.6 seconds 4.4 seconds 285 km/h (177 mph) 184 g/km
PDK (7) 4.4 seconds 4.2 seconds 167 g/km
PDK Sport Chrono (7) 4.2 seconds 4.0 seconds
2017–2019 Cayman / Boxster GTS 365 PS (360 hp; 268 kW) 430 N⋅m (317 lb⋅ft) Manual (6) 4.6 seconds 4.4 seconds 290 km/h (180 mph) 205 g/km
PDK (7) 4.3 seconds 186 g/km
PDK Sport Chrono (7) 4.1 seconds 3.9 seconds
2020–Present Cayman / Boxster GTS 4.0 4.0 L (3,995 cc) 400 PS (395 hp; 294 kW) 420 N⋅m (310 lb⋅ft) Manual (6) 4.5 seconds 4.3 seconds 293 km/h (182 mph) 246 g/km
PDK (7) 4.0 seconds 3.8 seconds 288 km/h (179 mph) 230 g/km
2019–Present Cayman GT4 / Spyder 420 PS (414 hp; 309 kW) Manual (6) 4.4 seconds 4.2 seconds 304 km/h (189 mph) 251 g/km
2020–Present 430 N⋅m (317 lb⋅ft) PDK (7) 3.9 seconds 3.7 seconds 242 g/km
2022–Present Cayman GT4 RS[32] 500 PS (493 hp; 368 kW) 450 N⋅m (332 lb⋅ft) 3.4 seconds 3.2 seconds 315 km/h (196 mph) 299 g/km



718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport

On 3 January 2019 the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport was unveiled in two variants, Competition and Trackday, with first customer cars delivered to customer teams ahead of the 2019 Roar Before the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona International Speedway. The race car is powered by a 3.8-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six engine producing 425 PS (419 bhp; 313 kW) at 7,500 rpm and 425 N⋅m (313 lb⋅ft) at 6,600 rpm connected to a 6-speed PDK gearbox. The kerb weight is 1,320 kg (2,910 lb). Both variants feature a welded-in roll cage, a six-point harness and race bucket seat, a selection of body parts made of natural-fibre composite materials, the front suspension from the 911 GT3 Cup, racing brakes, lightweight forged wheels and slick tyres. Aerodynamics are improved over the previous generation GT4 Clubsport, including a swan neck mount rear wing. The Competition variant features 3-way adjustable shock absorbers, a 115-litre fuel cell, brake balance adjustment, a lightweight battery, a fire extinguishing system, a quick release steering wheel from the 911 GT3 R and a three-piston air jack system while the Trackday variant features fixed shock absorbers, an 80-litre fuel cell and a handheld fire extinguisher instead.[33] The new Porsche Sprint Challenge GB, which is made up of Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport cars, was supposed start at Silverstone Circuit on 25 April 2020, but will now start on 6 June 2020 at the same circuit.[34]

718 Cayman GT4 RS Clubsport


A Rallying version of the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport built to FIA R-GT regulations has been announced as planned for the 2020 season.[35]


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