That was my first thought. The give away is the blue nipple for the bi-xenon headlights. I thought that was weird when I saw it at the show. they had this aqua metallic blue cayman, a ruby red metallic boxster S, and another car I can't remember all tricked out with 19 inch sport design rims, up on the plateau against the wall where no one could go up and look at them. They both had the colored headlight washer nipple, which was a head scratcher because that comes standard as chrome. I wonder how much that option costs.This looks like the Cayman that PCNA had at the LA Auto Show.
Show Finish is generally an option that european companies use to denote some special painting details for machines that they know are going to be displayed. German term is Messelackierung. The company I work for translates the english as "paint for show". Since the BOM travels with the machine down the production line, it also lets everyone know that the machine is going to be displayed so give it the extra once over.