Macadamia Metallic to be precise, contrasted with 19″ Carrera S wheels which in turn hide one in a series of unusual accessories on a ‚regular‘ Cayman. Ceramic brakes with their distinctive yellow yoke. Continue around the car and you get a taste of the interior in Sand Beige. Chocolate brown outside and caramel inside. Pop. Opening the driver’s door of a Porsche is always something special, but in this case, at first glance of the interior you get a sense of how unique this particular specimen is. The sand beige leather covers the 16-way sports seats with driver memory, the doors that hide the BOSE sound system and the dashboard that is home to the silver-faced SportChrono clock. Above you will find an interior ceiling covered in the same light beige color but here in alcantara. The center console houses the PDK gear selector and the entire center console carries the exterior color and provides a wonderful contrast. ‚Werkswagen‘ – is the German term used for cars like this that are specifically ordered and operated by the factory itself.
The cars are often defined by unique color combinations and special options and always by partner number 1001010 when they are cars that live in Stuttgart. This example is very well maintained and continuously cared for at the authorized dealer. The car stayed with Porsche for about 3 years before coming to Swedish soil in 2012. A unique but equally fantastic Cayman that stands out from the crowd with a wonderful specification as well as a wonderful story.