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The Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS Creates An Amazing Sound On Its Top Speed

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The Porsche 911 stands out among supercars, and for many enthusiasts, this is a crucial aspect of its enduring appeal. However, Porsche aimed to raise the Cayman from its subordinate role to the 911 with the GT4 RS. Positioned as the flagship in the 718 Cayman lineup, the GT4 RS delivers a raw, brutal, and undeniably loud driving experience, as demonstrated by AutoTopNL on YouTube on a derestricted stretch of the German Autobahn.

Notably, the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS goes beyond being a mere evolution of the GT4. While both feature 4.0-liter engines, the RS model boasts the powerplant derived from the latest 911 GT3, complete with a stratospheric 9000rpm redline. The 4.0-liter six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, delivering an impressive 493hp, may very well be the last of its kind to roll out of the Porsche factory, and the automaker ensured that it left a lasting impression.

The Cayman GT4 RS’ engine produces a unique soundtrack that you don’t get to hear more often, especially in today’s day and age where turbos, hybrids, and electrification reigns supreme, Watch the video below and enjoy see just how loud the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RS can get as it reaches its top speed!

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