The Top Gear Garage has just waved goodbye to a Porsche 718 Cayman. I was lucky enough to do rather a lot of the 11,421 miles it covered in its six months here, and I thought it’d be cool to take you through some of the many things the car did in that time.
The car itself was an entry-level 718 Cayman, the cheapest Porsche you can buy new. To its £42,897 list price, Porsche had added nearly ten grand of options.
There was stuff I’d add myself (torque vectoring with a mechanically locking diff, £926) and stuff I wasn’t so sure about (a heated multi-function steering wheel, £329). At £1767, its 20in wheels were the most extravagant extra. Crucially, it retained its fabulous six-speed manual gearbox, while I was a huge fan of its relatively subtle Night Blue paint.