Porsche Cayman S Facebook edition

Porsche pulls the wraps off a uniquely liveried Cayman S to celebrate passing two million Facebook friends

Are you a friend of Porsche on Facebook? Because you’re not alone. Porsche’s social network page now has two million fans, and to celebrate it has covered a Cayman S with a picture of every one of its online friends. This is the second Facebook-inspired art car that Porsche has created. When it reached the one-million-friend milestone last year it created a special 911 GT3 R Hybrid with 27,000 signatures covering its bodywork. Porsche will be displaying the red-tinted Cayman at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart until January 27, but if you want to see your face shining back at you from the glossy paintwork without leaving your chair, then visit the official site and use your Facebook login to search for your picture on this special art car. And if you want to be part of Porsche history and appear on its next art car, log on to Facebook and become a fan of its page. You can even ‘like’ the evo page while your there…

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