Engineering that’s been chiselled from a lump of genius for more years than any of us can remember. Has stayed true to its sports car roots by never putting anything ahead of the pure driving experience, except in the case of the loathsome Cayenne, which seems to be bankrolling all the good stuff. Unstoppable.
$209,510 - $447,500
The all-new 911. OK, so it looks the same (it has since 1964), but new engines for the Carrera and a double-clutch gearbox move the 911 game up to the next level.
They call it 'The Widow-maker'. However, is was an incorrect translation from the original German nickname. It should be called 'The Pineapple-spanner'.
Massively fast, massively competent and massively makes you look like someone who was just a bit too scared to buy a GT3. The answer? Buy a GT3.
$112,400 - $162,400
Mid-engined balance and balletic chassis make this maligned ‘soft’ Porsche a true cracker. Like most Porkers, you have to drive it to really understand. Do so soon.
$96,910 - $224,550
Porsche realises half its fans are twats. Builds an offensively huge, ugly SUV. Charges the earth. All the twats duly buy it. Porsche rakes in enough to fund proper cars.
$121,600 - $159,272
Rumoured to be a hard-topped Boxster, but turned out to be much, much more. Arguably the most rounded Porsche of all – a genuine reason not to buy a 911.