As we've seen with Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe's review of the Porsche Cayman GTS, he loves the latest mid-engine Porsche.
There's good reason for this: it's damn good.
So, what happens when you lop off the top?
Though the best automakers have been able to make convertibles quite stiff in recent years, there's still a slight difference apart from a coupe and convertible. BUT, if it's so negligible why NOT enjoy some fun in the sun?
This is the difficult question Sutcliffe tackles as buyers will have a tough decision to make if they're shopping for the best two seater on the market.
That said, watch his review in the clip below!
Like its new and sensational Cayman GTS brother, the Porsche Boxster GTS is a slightly more potent but considerably more precise version of the regular Porsche Boxster S.
Power rises to 326bhp and torque to 273lb ft, and you also get Porsche’s PASM suspension and Sports Chrono Package as standard. So, can the new Boxster GTS match its sibling? Autocar's Steve Sutcliffe finds out.