Porsche Cayman for PLN 100? Beauty and the Beast released

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Some people were lucky to be born in the United States, because they have a unique opportunity to get one for themselves Porsche for only… $25! The Saratoga Automobile Museum hosts lottery, in which you can win 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4. A single ticket, which at best entitles a lottery participant to claim a prize, only costs $25. All proceeds from the lottery are to be used to develop the facility.

A true engineering marvel for $25? If you’re lucky enough. In the lottery Saratoga Automobile Museum you can win a 2022 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4. It’s beautiful on the outside, but it’s a real beast inside – the car has one 4.0-liter Flat 6 engine mated to a smooth 7-speed automatic transmission Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK). Thanks to these attributes, the car accelerates from… 0 to 100 in just over 4 seconds. The car may be a formidable rival on the track, but it won’t shy away from a quiet ride on the street – in both cases there’s something to show!

A unique lottery of the American museum. You can win a symbol of wealth and speed – a Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

Assuming a lottery winner buys just one ticket and wins, what can he expect? His modest investment will certainly pay off. The Cayman’s factory finishes alone are worth it 30,000 dollars, and additional improvements $5,000 – this includes, among others: full protective paint coating and ceramic coating Quantum Pro Stage 3, which emphasize its blue glow and guarantee its long-term durability.

You can’t judge books and cars by their “covers” alone, so it’s worth taking a look at them as well luxurious inside this adorable monster. It is a masterpiece in itself – with a refined composition of leather and fabric in black, decorated with careful yellow stitching.

The lucky person who wins this award will not only own a high-performance vehicle, but also work of art, a testament to Porsche’s commitment to excellence in automotive design and engineering.”– writes Saratoga Automobile Museum.

If you live in the US, that’s half the battle – you just need to beat the odds. If not, it was worth keeping an eye on it.