It might not be a 911, but is the hardcore, mid-engine 718 Cayman GT4 the most perfect Porsche you can buy? James says yes!
Porsche's love letter to driving enthusiasts is signed with a high-revving atmo engine and a manual transmission.
Porsche's 718 GTS 4.0s are crackers on-track. But how does the naturally aspirated, manual-only Boxster fare as a road car?
Porsche has fitted the wondrous naturally aspirated 4.0-litre boxer six into its Cayman and Boxster 718 GTS. Here, we hit the track in the manual-only coupe to see whether going old-school is the new Cayman cool.
The Porsche 718 Spyder promises to deliver all the retro appeal of the famous 550 Spyder with all the modern conveniences. The 4.0-litre flat six, manual gearbox, and brilliant chassis, sweeten the deal.
The Porsche Cayman GT4 is the latest track focused variant from Stuttgart and it continues the GT4 tradition of accessible excellence, while being more affordable than any other track focused Porsche.
Few brands excite enthusiasts like Porsche. Constant refinement of its core product, and its ability to apply its DNA to new segments, means you don’t have to be a car person to appreciate what the brand stands for. It also cashes in on its heritage like almost no-one else, calling on an overstuffed catalogue of legendary racers, road cars and concepts to create a steady stream of expensive, exclusive models that make collectors all frothy and excited...
It's hard to improve on perfection, yet Porsche continuously manages it. But, is the improvement on the Boxster GTS pushing it too close to 911 territory?
Sports cars are designed to be driven hard. Foot to the floor, tyres gripping, the engine singing, and you don’t even glance at the speedometer. Try doing that on a public road, though, and say goodbye to your car and licence. But what if you could do all that legally? The Targa Australia rally series is just that...
Porsche has upped the power, performance and purpose of its 718 sports car range to create the 2018 Boxster GTS convertible and Cayman GTS coupe twins. Are these the new fat-free driving kings from Stuttgart?
Road trips can be good for the soul. Driving for the pure enjoyment of it, on scenic roads, taking the long way 'round, provides a chance to unwind, relax and try to push all your worries away. It’s just you, the car, and the road. Turn the stereo up and sing to your heart's content, or turn it down to hear the engine do its thing...