10 Jun Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 – Full Xpel PPF Ultimate Plus coverage
We have just finished this stunning 718 GT4 Porsche, after offering the ultimate in new car protection.
In this blog, we will share our experiences, tech specs and some truly interesting features of this superb vehicle.
- Engine – 4.0 litre naturally aspirated 6 Cylinder
- Power – 420 PS
- Max Torque – 420 (Nm)
- Acceleration (0-60mph) – 4.4 seconds
- Top Speed – 188mph
- Fuel Consumption – 25.7 mpg
- Transmission – 6-speed manual
- Side wing air intakes which create additional dynamic pressure and increased engine cooling.
- Honeycomb air intake grilles to reduce headwind drag and prevent rock damage to the radiators.
- New rear apron diffuser creating 40% more downforce on the rear axle.
One area of PPF application that is rarely discussed is the colour, and this is one of the toughest there is.
This Red, while beautiful and stunning, will highlight all marks, contamination and blemishes that can occur with PPF installation.
The DSJ standard is incredibly high and we always strive to create a near-perfect result, even if it involves re-installing a panel multiple times to achieve the required finish.
Another key area of a car is the shape of the panels, and this Porsche has possibly the trickiest rear bumper of any car in existence.
The spoiler on this vehicle is also incredibly complex, but necessary to achieve the cars performance capabilities.
Car designers are concerned with aerodynamics and give little thought to the plight of a PPF installer or how the film can be manipulated around angles and curves.
The Xpel designers have done an amazing job of overcoming this car’s shape and have created a pattern they should be proud of.
This is why we install Xpel PPF exclusively.
Keep an eye out for our next PPF blog, featuring a stunning Porsche 911 Carrera 4 GTS.
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