TURIN – Porsche AG's new Cayman S could have looked rather different. Included among early design proposals was one model with a very different rear-end theme. Porsche stuck with more traditional rear end for Cayman. Instead of the production fastback tail, this one used vertical rear glass mounted immediately behind the seats and just in front of the engine – which could have been exposed, like the F430 Ferrari – with buttress wings flowing to the tail. The idea, borrowed from ...

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