Porsche Cayman coupe (2013-2016) - Practicality & boot space
Considering it’s a focused two-seater sports car, the Porsche Cayman is a reasonably practical proposition
Porsche Cayman interior space and storage
Given its strict two-seater layout, the Porsche Cayman is a surprisingly practical choice. The interior is roomy and there’s plenty of storage space, including a large glovebox and decent-sized door bins. However, unlike the Lotus Evora, there’s no option to add a pair of occasional rear seats. There is, however, a luggage partition bar made of brushed aluminium that prevents your belongings from sliding around the rear of the car. The only real problems we can find is that the lower seating position can make getting in difficult for occupants over six feet tall, and you might rub the low front bumper on the GT4 model against speed bumps.
The Cayman has a deep and well shaped 150-litre boot in the nose of the car. As with the Audi TT, this car benefits from a versatile hatchback tailgate, which opens to reveal a 162-litre load area. Fill this space to the roof and capacity increases to 275 litres. However, it’s worth noting that there’s no cover to hide your luggage from prying eyes when you use the full capacity.