The Porsche Cayman is arguably one of the best looking models ever to roll out of Stuttgart. So enhancing the curvaceous coupe’s bodywork requires more than just bolting on some new bumpers and cutting a few extra air intakes. Delavilla, a French tuning firm, are the latest to have a go at designing some new clothes for the Cayman – and with a fair amount of success I might add.
The Delavilla Cayman R1 was unveiled last month at the Lyon International Motor Show. The body upgrades include considerably wider wheel arches, matching wider front and rear bumpers, and deeper side sills. The car is also fitted with a new quad-exit exhaust system, LED daylight running lights, and multi-spoke body-colored wheels.
Delavilla also offer a number of optional extras for their Cayman R1 customers including; scissor doors with a fingerprint recognition unlock mechanism, and a transparent engine cover.
On the inside the car gets a pair of reclining bucket seats, and an Alcantara trimmed steering wheel and gear lever.
Delavilla have also taken the time to play around with the Cayman’s engine, and they offer 340 horsepower, 385 horsepower and a 420 horsepower tuning packages. Although by the sounds of it if you want the most powerful upgrade then the car is no longer street legal.