(California) | November 10th, 2020
I just received mine for my 2015 Cayman. Fits perfect and it literally took a minute to install it. Very well made. Porsche themselves does not make it. They get through lidliner.com . I can't believe Porsche did not think about putting these on knowing what the consequences are if something from the inside accidently hits the inside part of the hood....shame on them.
| September 15th, 2020
Install is 60 seconds, most of which is spent making sure you don’t fall into the frunk yourself. Seems like it’ll do what it says it will as far as protection, but I have no plans of throughly testing it. $200 for plastic, not ideal but then again you just bought a Porsche.
(VIRGINIA) | May 14th, 2020
IN LESS THAN TWO MINUTES YOU CAN INSTALL THIS HOOD PROTECTOR. WHILE IT IS AN EXPENSIVE PIECE OF HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC, IT WILL BE WORTH EVERY CENT TO PROTECT AGAINST DAMAGE TO THE HOOD FROM ARTICLES STORED BENEATH.
(Minnesota) | March 20th, 2020
I have installed these hood protectors in three different 911s now and I think it's well worth the money. Easy to install, takes less than 5 mins. Looks great and functions as you would hope.
(Boston) | June 2nd, 2018
This is an expensive product for a piece of plastic. But, if you use your frunk at all for cargo - it's easy to see how something jostling could damage the hood. Ultimately, this piece provides peace of mind - which is worth the price.
(Florida) | November 18th, 2016
Quick and fast installation.
(Arizona) | August 18th, 2016
This has been called the 'missing' factory part and I see why. It protects the front bonnet from loose items in the frunk. It looks like a factory part and is a breeze to install.
(Las Vegas) | May 15th, 2016
A must have if you store items that could bounce around in the front trunk. 2 minute install.
(Oklahoma City) | April 28th, 2016
A must have for any Porsche
(California) | March 17th, 2016
Should be included with the car... Doh. Overpriced piece of plastic but apparently a necessity. Easy to install and looks clean.