25 Cars We're Most Looking Forward To in 2013

22. Porsche Cayman

The 2014 Cayman was officially unveiled recently at the L.A. Auto Show but won't be ready to hit dealerships until spring of this yaer. The second-generation Cayman is a bit bigger (1.4 inches longer), yet it's leaner and has a lower center of gravity. A choice between a 2.7-liter engine, which replaces the previous 2.9-liter, and a reworked 3.4-liter engine give the six-cylinders new appeal. With help from an electro-mechanical steering system and the option for Active Suspension Management, rumors say the car is up to 10 seconds faster per lap around the 'ring.

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