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The Porsche 718 Cayman is – to all intents and purposes – an even more involving sports car than the old model. However, thanks to the 4-cylinder engine, this new turbocharged model lacks the previous generation’s electrifying soundtrack, and feels less exciting as a result.

It’s still superb to drive, and as it now undercuts the drop-top 718 Boxster , it’s the cheapest Porsche on sale. We’d go for an entry-level 718 with small wheels and a manual gearbox, because it offers the purest driving thrills with heaps of performance and plenty of luxury. An Audi TT RS is more aurally stimulating, but it can’t beat a Cayman for outright driving delight.

The drop-top Porsche Boxster first went on sale in 1997. It took the sports car maker almost 10 years to unveil a fixed-roof alternative, but at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show bosses finally obliged and the Cayman was born.

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The Porsche 718 Cayman is – to all intents and purposes – an even more involving sports car than the old model. However, thanks to the 4-cylinder engine, this new turbocharged model lacks the previous generation’s electrifying soundtrack, and feels less exciting as a result.

It’s still superb to drive, and as it now undercuts the drop-top 718 Boxster , it’s the cheapest Porsche on sale. We’d go for an entry-level 718 with small wheels and a manual gearbox, because it offers the purest driving thrills with heaps of performance and plenty of luxury. An Audi TT RS is more aurally stimulating, but it can’t beat a Cayman for outright driving delight.

The drop-top Porsche Boxster first went on sale in 1997. It took the sports car maker almost 10 years to unveil a fixed-roof alternative, but at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show bosses finally obliged and the Cayman was born.

The entire Porsche 911 range now has turbo power – and it's all the better for it. The addition of turbos to the 911 Carrera has brought even more usable performance and greater efficiency. The downside is that the racy soundtrack isn't quite as noticeable at the top end, but it still barks like a Porsche should, and with plenty of advanced chassis tech the 911 offers even more grip, poise and comfort than ever – decades of refining the package have clearly paid off. 

The Carrera and GTS models now use tech from the halo Turbo and GT3 models, so the iconic sports car is still a class leader – and that extends to the interior, where there’s more equipment on offer than ever. With over 50 years of development behind it the 911 is still one of the world’s best sports cars.

The Porsche 911 is a true motoring icon. Ever since the first model was launched in 1963, it's a car that has been synonymous with performance. And while the rear-engined layout meant earlier versions needed an experienced hand to get the best out of them, over 50 years of development has made the current 911 one of the most accessible sports cars on sale.