Indonesia’s Exclusive GJAW 2023 Showcases the Most Exorbitant Cars: Get a Glimpse of the Only Ones in the Country.


Porsche 718 Cayman GTS became the most expensive car at the Gaikindo Jakarta Auto Week exhibition or GJAW 2023. Vehicles that are included in the supercar category are priced at IDR 5.18 billion with off the road status, aka excluding taxes.

According to the salesperson on duty at the Porsche booth which took place at the JCC Senayan Assembly Hall, Central Jakarta, the Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0 presented at GJAW 2023 is the only unit in Indonesia. The vehicle was imported intact or CBU from Germany.

“The unit we are displaying is the only one in Indonesia. This is our CBU from their country of origin,” said the salesperson when visited by detikOto on location, Friday (18/3).

Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0. Photo: Septian Farhan Nurhuda/

According to him, to this day, the Porsche 718 Cayman GTS still hasn’t ‘meet’ its master, aka it hasn’t been sold yet. Since the first day of the exhibition, the vehicle has been attracting the attention of visitors, but no one has actually ordered it.

“If it has been sold, we will take this car out and replace it with another unit. But to this day, it hasn’t (sold),” he said.

Even though it is the only one in Indonesia, his party may seek additional units from the principal in Germany. It’s just that the waiting period will be very long.

“If anyone is interested in more than 1 unit, we can try. The pivot is at least a year. That’s actually fast for this type of car,” he said.

Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0. Photo: Septian Farhan Nurhuda/

It is known that the Porsche 718 Cayman GTS 4.0 which is on display at GJAW has a light blue color. The vehicle is a 2022 production unit with a classy GTS interior package.

The Porsche 718 Cayman GTS comes with a 3.995cc 6-cylinder boxer engine with 400 PS of power, 430 Nm of torque and a maximum speed of 288 kilometers per hour. Meanwhile, to accelerate from zero to 100 kph, the car only takes 4 seconds.

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