Several decades of Porsche 911s have combined to produce the latest range which clearly carries the family DNA, but are each unique.
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For a company that, for the vast majority of its 70 years has offered just one model, there’s an amazing amount of nuance and variety across Porsche’s fabled 911 range.
While the casual observer might not appreciate the differences, there are no fewer than 21 variants of this archetypal sports car, each with its own target market and each with its own pros and cons (OK, not many cons).
Five variants bear the GTS motif beneath the maker’s name on the rear boot lip, including the model tested here – the 911 Carrera GTS Coupe.
It might sound like it’s over-catering for a confused market, but the opposite is actually the case. Porsche buyers are, by and large, the most informed, discerning and detail-oriented car buyers of them all.