The 2020 Porsche 718 could be the entry into the vaunted German automaker’s lineup, but never permit its (reasonably) available price level dissuade you from using just one house. This lineup of sports cars provides astounding handling and overall performance many thanks in section to what makes the 718 so different from the 911: engine placement.
The Porsche 718 Boxster—that’s the convertible version—and 718 Cayman—that’s the hardtop —come in a dizzying array of trims, powertrains, and mixtures. Overall, they’re great for 7.2 out of ten on our scale, with outstanding overall performance that very easily overpowers, pretty much, any shortcomings in utility. (Browse additional about how we rate cars.)
This calendar year, a new T trim degree for both 718s revives a extensive-dormant letter in Porsche’s historical past to denote significantly less pounds, additional overall performance functions, and additional dollars. At the reverse close and priced in the six-figure range,