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Anecdote – Les Porsche 718 Boxster et 718 Cayman n’existeraient pas sans le marché chinois

Le Dr Frank-Steffen Walliser, responsable de la gamme des voitures sportives Porsche, a dévoilé au média américain Auto & Track une anecdote sur la gamme Porsche 718 incluant les versions Boxster et Cayman : la Chine est le marché crucial permettant la continuité de la production de voitures à moteur central Porsche. Il existe trois …

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Le futur de la Porsche 718 sera électrique avec 400 ch

Le futur de l’automobile sera électrique et il faut l’accepter, même pour les plus réfractaires. Cela concerne aussi les constructeurs de voitures sportives comme Porsche. Après le Taycan et ses dérivés, ce sera au tour vers 2023 de la remplaçante des Porsche 718 Boxster et Cayman de passer aux batteries et aux moteurs électriques avec …

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Porsche 718 : une prochaine génération électrique

La Taycan, première Porsche électrique de l’histoire du constructeur, sera rejointe par une sportive électrique en 2023. Si l’heure de voir apparaître une 911 électrique n’est pas encore venue, Porsche va toutefois proposer une sportive électrique. C’est la gamme 718 Cayman et Boxster qui a été choisie pour cela, le risque de choquer les clients […]

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The 914-6 and the Cayman GT4: Siblings Separated by Fifty Years

Small, light, uncorrupted by gadgets, and honest. Both the 914-6 and the Cayman GT4 might not be the most powerful of the most focused Porsches, but my do they deliver the goods. Enough power in a perfectly balanced chassis is a recipe which will always go far. Fifty years ago, Porsche began developing a six-cylinder mid-engined road car, and the latest Cayman GT4 carries that flag forward with five decades of innovation behind it.

The 3,338 units of the 914/6 top model came directly from Zuffenhausen from 1969 to 1972 took the two-liter flat-six from a 911T and placed it further ahead in a shorter, wider body. The result: a car that provided superior driving dynamics which is available again in the Cayman GT4 and its open-top sibling, the Boxster Spyder. These cars might not have the wildest statistics, but the driving experience they deliver is second to none.

Massive turbochargers and four wheel-drive aren’t necessary when the car’s balance is perfect and the power is just enough to generate a little wheelspin at the ragged edge. By keeping the overhangs short and placing the bulk of mass in the middle of the car, the polar moment is reduced and the willingness to change direction is increased.

No need to turn off the aids in this involving car.

Without the delay or lumpy delivery of a turbocharged motor, these two gems provide the scream, response, and linearity one needs to find the edge and dance on it. The driver and the passenger sit « closer to the machine, » as Andreas Preuninger puts it poetically. For anyone who’s grown accustomed to the thrills and urgency a naturally-aspirated, high-revving, perfectly balanced sports car can provide, nothing compares. “We build both cars for true fans, for racers and purists who have waited for these models and whom we don’t need to persuade of the benefits of the mid-engine concept,” emphasizes Andreas Preuninger.

Not that the newest Cayman GT4 and Boxster Spyder are lacking in horsepower. With 420 horsepower and 309 lb-ft of torque from the naturally-aspirated four-liter, there’s more than enough. Yet, grunt is never the highlight of these cars; the sublime balance, outrageous grip from a lightweight chassis derived from a GT3, and newly developed tires from Michelin and Dunlop make this car accessible and confidence-inspiring. “Thanks to the modern suspension kinematics and the high grip of the tires, mid-engine sports cars like the GT4 or Spyder drive like they’re from another planet, even without vehicle stability control systems activated,” says Markus Atz, project manager for motorsport GT street vehicles. Not even the most powerful, grippiest, stat-heavy supercar, can provide the same sense of immersion and excitement. These gems provide a timeless experience—one best appreciated by the hardcore, the skilled, and the thrill-seeking.

Two siblings separated by fifty years.

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Des packs performances Techart pour les Porsche 718 à motorisation 4 cylindres turbo

Techart propose à tous les conducteurs de Porsche 718 Boxster et Cayman des améliorations en termes de style et de performances, renforçant ainsi l’aspect puissant et les caractéristiques de conduite des modèles 4 cylindres. Via une offre limitée dans le temps jusqu’au 31 août 2019, Techart propose un ensemble GT pour tous les modèles 718 …

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