Porsche to launch 2010 Cayman in India

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Porsche will be launching the 2010 Cayman soon in India.

Three years after their debut, the Cayman and Cayman S are entering their second generation. Now the car is more  refined, even more sporting exterior houses a unique combination of new technologies with two brand-new power units: The Cayman now comes with a 2.9-litre flat-six developing maximum output of 265 bhp or 195 kW.

In conjunction with the optional Porsche-Doppelkupplungsgetriebe (PDK), fuel consumption is reduced to a truly astounding 8.9 litres/100 kilometres, equal to 31.7 mpg imp – despite an even higher standard of performance on the road: Equipped with the optional PDK double-clutch gearbox, the Cayman accelerates to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds, completing the same exercise with the six-speed manual gearbox now featured as standard in 5.8 seconds, Top speed, in turn, is 265 km/h or 164 mph and, respectively, 263 km/h or 163 mph with PDK transmission.

The Cayman S likewise boasts a brand-new six-cylinder boxer engine, in this case displacing 3.4 litres and again setting a new benchmark in terms of both fuel economyand performance thanks to direct fuel injection: Maximum output of 320 bhp or 235 kW ensures average fuel consumption with PDK of just 9.2 litres (equal to mpg 30.7 imp) and impressive acceleration to 100 km/h in 5.1 seconds. And with the six-speed manual gearbox coming as standard, acceleration to 100 km/h is in 5.2 seconds and top speed is 277 km/h or 172 mph.

Both models naturally fulfil the EU5 and ULEV emission standards.

Tech Info source: Fast Autos