The gorgeous Python green 718 Cayman drives through one the most beautiful places of England, the Peak District which is located in Snake Pass.
The road is one the most popular roads in the UK as it has the most beautiful scenery. The name root in the snake on sixth Duke of Devonshire’s coat of arms. Driving through the road is calming.
The Porsche painted with Python green looks eye-catching as it sprints in Snake Pass. The actual reason for choosing this road for speeding with the Porsche 718 Cayman is the ROADS application developed by Porsche app. The Snake Pass was voted by most of the users as one of the best roads of the country. The other reason could be the similarity between the paintwork name and the road itself!
The ROADS creates a community between passionate drivers as vast as the world. It brings interested drivers together to encourage and strengthen the sense of community. It is also free to download.
The road stretches from west to east as it starts in Glossop. Glossop is the name of very small town close to Manchester. Snake Pass goes through the hills of suburbs towards the moorland.
The Porsche 718 Cayman is strong enough to climb the steeped hill with no difficulty, since it is equipped with a naturally-aspirated flat-six engine that generates 400 horsepower and 420 Nm of torque. The manual gearbox accompanies the engine and makes the whole process way easier.
Driving on the road can get really hard during winters, since it is located all the way up, in the northern areas of England. So, the snow can be pretty heavy and troublesome.
The road is mainly on the floor of the deep valleys, as the curves make it look like a giant snake on the maps.