The most noticeable tweak not coming on the exterior, but rather, under the hood. New turbocharged flat-four engines replace the aging sixes; 300 horsepower from the new 2.0-liter, and 350 horsepower in the 2.5-liter. That’s a healthy 25-horsepower bump over the previous-generation Cayman.
For $53,900, isn’t isn’t entirely expensive without options, but spec it up with S trim and you’ll be staring down the barrel of a $66,300 smoking gun. Deliveries start in Europe in the summer, and head to the U.S. sometime in November.