The Porsche Cayman GT4, one of the most powerful versions of the 718-generation Cayman, has reportedly been discontinued, among other models, for the 2024 model year. The 4.0-liter, 414-horsepower mid-engine sports car has been in production since 2019.

The news comes from an alleged dealer communication posted to the Porsche forum Rennlist. Said communication does not only claim that the GT4 will be discontinued for the 2024 model year, either. It also states the 718 T and Spyder models have likewise been canned.


We’ve reached out to Porsche in an attempt to verify the legitimacy of the alleged dealer communication. We have yet to hear back as of publishing.

Prices for pretty much every car in the 718 lineup have also gone up—by a large margin in some cases. GT4 RS prices have been increased by $12,900, for instance. The cost of the base Cayman has increased by $4,900. The full list of price increases can be seen below. These price increases have been confirmed on the automaker’s configurator.


There is other less impactful product news included in the document. A few paint colors, interior leathers, and wheel options are also allegedly being phased out. If you wanted a CD/DVD player in your Cayman, you also might have trouble speccing one once the 2024MY comes around.

The Cayman GT4’s bigger brother, the GT4 RS, is still in production, having only been released in 2022. The next-generation Cayman will be electric only, so if you want a Porsche with a combustion engine in the middle, you would best order one soon.

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