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.
£73,413 - £140,852
Porsche has had a proper crack at the 911 this time. Much of it is new. Much of it is good.
£70,711 - £130,791
We can’t quite believe we’re saying this, but the 911 Cabrio might just be better than the coupe.
They call it 'The Widow-maker'. However, is was an incorrect
translation from the original German nickname. It should be called 'The
£110,342 - £133,663
Like all the best things in life, likely to turn you blind if you use it too much. New Turbo S is appallingly, brilliantly quick.
£38,237 - £46,112
A fresh set of clothes mean the latest Boxster looks as good as it drives: it’s little short of amazing.
£44,397 - £107,784
Now slightly less unpretty SUV from the team at Porsche. Buy for the driving, not the looks.
Porsche’s 911-lite has been fully overhauled. It’s now a better all-rounder than ever.
£62,922 - £107,903
Porsche's four-seat, four-door, er, hatchback is Germany's answer to the Maserati Quattroporte.
Porsche decides that it’s going to make these hybrid thingies go really fast.