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The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 is no secret. We have seen the car countless times with little to no camouflage. Porsche Does not keep many secrets when it comes to the refreshed Cayman GT4. The latest video does not give us anything new; Testing at the Nürburgring in Germany, however, feels particularly, considering that Porsche is a well-known German automaker.

The video, another great entry from the Automotive Mike YouTube channel, shows the coupe spinning around the track and the trees turning golden and brown as autumn draws into winter. Previous photos showed the Cayman GT4 with its front Porsche badge. In this video, however, the badge has completely disappeared. Porsche does not deceive anyone.

Our sources say the Cayman GT4 will get a detuned version of the 911 GT3 4.0-liter Flat-Six, which should be able to produce 400 horsepower. The power is directed to the rear wheels via a PDK transmission or a manual transmission. The Cayman GT4 should be a horn to drive.

On the outside, upgrades over the standard Cayman are minimal but functional. The car looks more aggressive with newly designed side blades, a redesigned lower fascia and an improved rear fascia. You can see an adjusted rear diffuser and shift the rear exhaust outlets.

Hopefully we do not have to wait long for the revelation. The rumor mill suggests that club sport – a track version – will be introduced first, closely followed by the unveiling of the road vehicle. The Clubsport should bow in early 2019, which could make the Cayman GT4 a 2020 model. Differences between Clubsport and standard GT4 are not surprising. The club sport has a more aggressive front and rear end, a larger wing and a race ready interior – at least from what we can see on various spy photos.

The Cayman GT4 with almost 400 hp should be a great driver's car, with responsive driving dynamics and plenty of power for fun on the racetrack or on a winding side road.

Source: Automotive Mike via YouTube

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