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The 2014 Porsche Cayman wears sleek, crisp new styling to better set itself apart from the larger, faster 911.
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All grown-up and filled out in all the right places, the Cayman finally appears ready to step out from the 911’s shadow.
Car and Driver

Up close in the metal, the 2014 Porsche Cayman S is stunning.

In true Porsche tradition, the all-new Cayman strongly resembles the old one, but since it was already the sexiest car in the lineup, no issues there.
Fox News

The reworked, 911-like interior is a huge step up in both design and sophistication; whether that's what everyone is now looking for in a sports car is another question.
Auto Week

The culprit may be the optional twenty-inch wheels -- absurd overkill in which appearance overwhelms practicality.
Automobile Magazine

Like the Boxster that was completely redesigned for the 2013 model year, the 2014 Porsche Cayman is all-new, and it's even more visually striking than ever.

More angular, crisp, and cleanly detailed than any previous Cayman, the 2014 model wears its not-quite-a-911 looks with grace and ease. The nose is low, slung between rising fenders, with a taut passenger bubble sloping gently toward the tail. If there's one awkward angle to the car, it's the rear three-quarters view, though even then, the flared fenders speak of sport and strength.

Inside, the Cayman is very similar to the larger 911, as well as its soft-top sibling, the Boxster. A clear and driver-focused instrument and dash layout give way to a tight grid of buttons; while it's a bit busy in places, it's straightforward, honest--it clearly bears an engineer's touch as well as a stylist's.


The 2014 Porsche Cayman wears sleek, crisp new styling to better set itself apart from the larger, faster 911.

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