Fun Doesn’t Stop in the 2018 Porsche 718 Cayman

The legendary 718 Cayman is reborn in its latest generation, and creates a whole new meaning of “entry level” performance. The rebirth began with the 2017 model with new body features including front and rear bumpers, fenders, headlights, and taillights. The most significant change was replacing the venerable flat-six engine with a turbocharged flat-four. The new engine develops 300 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque, which are both increases over the previous flat-six. Porsche states this engine change makes the 718 Cayman base trim faster than the previous Cayman S, with stated 0-60 mph time of 4.9 seconds with a manual transmission or 4.7 with the PDK automatic.

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Sportscar Together, The New Cayenne

Manhattan Motorcars is excited by Porsche’s introduction of new Cayenne models, providing customers with a true sports car that seats up to five passengers. The new Cayennes also incorporate the latest technology and enhanced driver assistance technologies along with Porsche’s legendary quality and craftsmanship.

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Porsche Plug-In Hybrid Reinvention

Porsche believes efficiency will be a cornerstone of future vehicle development, according to Porsche CEO Oliver Blume. But this doesn’t mean Porsche will start putting 4-cylinder engines in the iconic 911. Instead, they are working on a plug-in hybrid variant, as well as the next generation of the 911 tentatively named the 992.

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Aventador S Coupe: The Icon Reborn

The problem with creating an icon is you can’t recreate it, you can only surpass it with a new challenger. And surpass it Lamborghini has done with the new Aventador S Coupé. It builds on the long history of the Miura, Islero, Countach, and Urraco to offer an unmatched driving experience to owners who yearn to separate themselves from the mundane.

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