The 718 Cayman is the entry-level trim to the entry-level Porsche, but it’s still reasonably equipped. The exterior has 18-inch alloy wheels, a sport exhaust system, and an automatically extending spoiler. The interior has manual-adjust sport seats with leather accents and an eight-speaker audio system.
Fourteen-way power seats with memory are a $2,330 upgrade, while 18-way versions are $3,830. Buyers need to tick the box for them in order to unlock any of the packages on the Cayman.
Dual-zone automatic climate control comes in the Premium Package ($1,370) along with bi-xenon headlights, heated seats, and auto-dimming mirrors. The Premium Package Plus ($3,180) tacks on adaptive headlights, ventilated seats, ambient lighting, and remote start.
The Premium Package Plus ($3,180) additionally includes ventilated front seats, keyless entry, push-button start, ambient interior lighting, and an adaptive headlight system.
Racers will want the Sport Chrono Package ($2,090) which adds launch control, configurable drive modes, active driveline mounts, and more. For even more handling ability, an adaptive sport suspension ($1,790) lowers the ride by 10 millimeters, while a mechanically locking rear differential ($1,320) shuttles torque between the wheels.
This is just the beginning of the Cayman’s customizability, as both the interior and exterior can be spec’d out infinitely to the buyer’s preference. For example, leather upholstery starts at $850 for the seats, a 10-speaker Bose surround-sound audio system is $990, or there’s an even fancier 12-speaker Burmester system for $4,690.