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|Cayman S (2005)|
|358 336 512 227|
|295 bhp @ 7,000 RPM|
|251 lb·ft @ 4,267 RPM|
A new player can also get this car as a 3-day rental when the player creates a new Electronic Arts/Origin Account. The car can be located in the Gifts-section of the Car Dealer and on the Need for Speed: World webpage.
The "Lissom" edition was released on July 27th, 2010, and is a rental variant of the Cayman S. The car comes pre-equipped with mixed street-tuned performance parts and aftermarket parts. On June 2nd, 2015, the "Lissom" edition was made available for purchase with in-game cash as part of the End of the World event.
The "Yellow" edition was released on July 27th, 2010, and is the Cash version of the Cayman S. The car comes completely stock and features no performance parts.
The "Treasure Hunter" edition was released on August 16th, 2011, and was the first ever Treasure Hunter to ever be released. The car comes pre-equipped with Gromlen race-tuned performance parts, 2-star Skill Mods (including the Treasure Hunter skill mod) and unique aftermarket parts. The car was also included in the Cayman S/Charger bug which occurred on June 18th, 2013.
The "Shift" edition was released on October 4th, 2011. The car comes pre-equipped with Gromlen race-tuned performance parts, 2-star Skill Mods and aftermarket parts. The car also features an unique livery with exclusive sponsor logos. The livery is also based on the Cayman S pre-order bonus car from Need for Speed: Shift. The car is also part of the NFS Classic series. The car was also included in the Cayman S/Charger bug which occurred on June 18th, 2013.
- This car does not have any or very few details about its performance in pursuits. Please contribute to this section!
For Pursuit Outrun and Team Escape the Cayman S can perform fairly well. Because of its relatively nimble body, the car is able to go through roadblocks fairly well. Its light weight, however, does become an issue, especially if it crosses paths with a speeding Rhino. Its sluggish handling also doesn't assist in dodging rhinos, and being a rear wheel drive, it is also prone to spinning out.
|Treasure Hunter||510||572636 322|
|Stock||Prime||Stock||Style C 18"||Stock||Stock||Stage 3||Stock|
|Omni wide||Q-Tech||Hex||RS-GT 19'||Emerald||Black||Stage 3||TREASURE|
|Verge||Stock||Stock||Style E 18"||Stock||Stock||Stage 2||Stock|
Skill Mod Details
|14 %||14 %||15 %||15 %||9 %|
|14 %||14 %||14 %||19 %||9 %|
On June 18th, 2013, a bug occurred which caused the following three cars; Dodge Charger SRT-8 Super Bee "Blue Juggernaut" and Porsche Cayman S "Shift"+"Treasure Hunter" to appear as a free gift for 0 SpeedBoost.
However, as the Gift could be redeemed several times, many players abused the bug in order to get Car Slots, extra Cash or gaining points for Achievements. The cars were removed from the Gifts section of the Car Dealer several hours after the bug occurred. Players that abused the bug more than an unknown certain limit were banned from the game. 
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