With those shots, the 981. But closeup shots like that aren't really doing the 991 justice.
Forget the price difference, forget the performance difference.
Which style do you prefer the one on the left (981) or the one on the right (991)?
Porsche has two different design languages going for each of them.
Which of these do you prefer?
Spotted at my local dealership this blustery fall day.
Whereas the 981 can look a little ungainly from some angles. I think it has something to do with the bustle that holds the convertible top being slightly too high to really replicate the low, slinky look of the 550 Spyder. I'm sure the Cayman will fix all of my concerns though
"sports cars will get you through times without women better than women will get you through times without sports cars."
Between the two? 991 easily... sforsancho summed up my opinion perfectly.
a couple of weeks ago i was at my house in germany testing the new audi rs4 wagon. the dealer is also a friend and a porsche dealer. he had a relatively new ruf cayman on hand he bought off a customer who had broke both wrists a while and never really healed properly so he sold the car. it looked mean and was fun to drive but i like my 911's better.
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Neither's grown on me yet - I still like their predecessors more. I'd happily spend the money for either of them on a 997TT.
A hundred dollars on your hair, fifty on your nails, fifty on make-up, two hundred dollars for an outfit. You ladies spend four hundred dollars to bring home a thug that ain't worth ten cents!
Go on any of the Porsche forums and talk to the guys who have had 911s and sold them and bought Boxsters/Caymans instead and like them more. Or guys that have had Boxsters/Caymans and bought 911s and sold them after a year because they weren't as much fun and gone back to Boxster/Caymans.
Fact is they're all great.
And hey, if you like the design of the 911 the most that's totally cool, but it's just ignorant to think that anything else isn't a real Porsche.
I have read many articles stating the Cayman handles better than the 911, and I know a guy who turbo-ed his Cayman, and does not want a 911.