Porsche makes no fewer than 20 different variants of its esteemed 911 sports car. That’s an overwhelming number of choices, especially to those unfamiliar with the brand, but the truth is that Porsche has been making this vehicle for more than 50 years, and it’s boiled it down to a science — there’s a very specific methodology to its madness. In a nutshell, there are five well-defined levels of performance that range from the very capable 911 Carrera to the ferocious, track-hungry 911 GT3.
Smack in the middle of automaker’s performance scale is the all-new 2018 Porsche 911 GTS, an enthusiast-tuned variant that slots in nicely between the automaker’s Carrera S and Turbo model range. It boasts enhanced mechanical components and unique cosmetic upgrades to elevate it above its standard siblings, both visually and by the stopwatch. In a nutshell, the 2018 Porsche 911 GTS is a sports car that has been tuned to deliver uncompromising performance for those who take the long way home, yet keeps them comfortable during the ride.
“It’s not the fastest 911, nor is it the angriest or most challenging. It is, rather, the proper combination of attributes for a wonderful drive. It’s impressively fast up a mountain without being scary, confident without being boring. The 911 GTS models beg for a Sunday drive on your favorite road, not a care in the world but a good time with a good car. You could track them, but why would you? You could go a tenth of a second quicker, but you don’t need to. It’s about enjoying the drive itself rather than the outright speed with which you complete it. In a world where even top 911s are becoming techno wonders designed for Nürburgring records above all else, it’s a refreshing commitment to sports cars rather than supercars.”
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