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G, T and S are good letters. Hell yeah. Porsches so labelled are traditionally the best of their respective model lines. Want a 911? GT-cars and Turbos notwithstanding, you want the GTS. The Macan GTS is good fun too, and so were the last-gen Panamera and Cayenne GTS, with their fantastically unfashionable nat-asp V8 engines, comedy paint schemes (Peridot Green is especially silly) and interiors bedecked with more Alcantara than, erm, a thing with much Alcantara. And before the Cayman and Boxster had two cylinders cruelly but necessarily liberated from their engines, transmogrifying them into 718s, it was the Cayman or Boxster GTS that we recommended. And, as a matter of fact, continue to over any brand new 718, if you can find a nice second-hand one with six cylinders. You’re not still sore about the four-cylinder thing, are you?