Spied for a second time almost completely uncovered, the 2013 Porsche Cayman was captured at a gas station in Germany.
Meant to debut during the L.A. Auto Show next week, Porsche’s new 981 will have both a 2.7-liter flat six with about 275 hp and a 3.4-liter version with about 325 hp for the Cayman S model. Previous photos showed the car being loaded into a transport truck, but the spy behind the video below managed to get shots of the car’s interior.
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The new car gets a heavily revised cabin including a new steering wheel, air vents and possibly an electronic parking brake given that there doesn’t seem to be a handbrake visible. But the biggest change is with the center console, which will be completely redesigned to resemble the bridge-like unit in the 911.
The car’s headlights still seem to have stickers over them, which suggests Porsche went back to the drawing board. At least there’s still some mystery left for the debut.
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