Porsche Cayman X-Wide by XTR Carchip

Cayman X-Wide by XTR CarchipThis interesting project is by German company XTR Carchip Tuning Berlin GmbH. Based on the 2006 Porsche Cayman 987 “S” it features a very aggressive wide body kit, which consists of detachable GRP fenders, side skirts, rear side panels, front spoiler with carbon sword, new rear bumper, adjustable rear spoiler and carbon fiber mirrors.

Interior upgrades include a new carbon-fiber dashboard, Recaro GT3 Seats with 6-point Schroth belts. In case you ever decide taking it to the track it has a roll cage to keep you safe. For everyday comfort it has the original air conditioning and audio system.

XTR Carchip has not done much to the engine yet. With little chip tuning it produces now 310 horsepower and has a top speed of 285 km/h. Not much, but their future plans are big. If all goes planned we should see a Twin-Turbo monster with 850 horsepower next spring.

Other highlights of the Cayman X-Wide are a Super Sprint “Magnum” exhaust, upgraded suspension and 3-piece 18-inch BBS RS (with central locking) wheels wrapped with Pirelli tires.

No racing version is planned and the car is meant for the street and just for hobby racing. Think of it as a Cayman RS that Porsche has not built yet.


Pictures used with permission, copyright Patrick Meinhold. For more details about XTR Carchip visit their web site.

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2 thoughts on “Porsche Cayman X-Wide by XTR Carchip

  1. Jonas

    This is awesome. Wonder why isn’t Porsche building a track oriented Cayman. The engine is in the middle not on the rear like the 911 GT3 RS, so it should handle a lot better.

  2. Rob

    Jonas, it is simple.
    It does not make sense for Porsche to build a car that will compete with thr GT3 RS. Even if they build a lighter and track oriented Cayman it will still have less power and will not outperform the GT3 RS.

    I cant wait to see this modified Cayman with 850hp. That’s just insane!

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