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    Techart releases their body kit for the new 981 Porsche Cayman - Pictures

    Here is the Techart offering for the new Porsche 981 Cayman and Cayman S. This being their initial offering, it is fairly mild with add-on pieces designed to accentuate the stock lines. The front of the car gets a two-piece lip. The rear gets a diffuser and a fixed wing spoiler that looks pretty good. Techart also offers side-scoop inserts to change the look of the scoops slightly along with caps for the side mirrors.

    Techart 21 inch wheels finish off the look. Interior upgrades featuring Alcantara, carbon fiber, and custom stitching are also available. A rear section exhaust can be purchased as well although likely at a greater value somewhere else without the Techart markup. Pictures below.

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    damn, need to find 1080P size pictures for my wallpaper.

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    since when does Porsche still offer the unintuitive thumb controlled gear shift buttons? for some reason I thought those had been phased out...

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DFM Click here to enlarge
    since when does Porsche still offer the unintuitive thumb controlled gear shift buttons? for some reason I thought those had been phased out...
    You would think so. Even they finally realized those were a mistake.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by DFM Click here to enlarge
    since when does Porsche still offer the unintuitive thumb controlled gear shift buttons? for some reason I thought those had been phased out...
    Ordering the sport wheel gives proper paddles. The base and multifunction wheels have the dorky buttons.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by whoosh Click here to enlarge
    Ordering the sport wheel gives proper paddles. The base and multifunction wheels have the dorky buttons.
    Good to know!

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    We will have these kits available once they land in the US. Click here to enlarge

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