When it comes to high-performance automobiles, few names come to mind as quickly as Porsche. Thanks to its well documented racing heritage and production cars like the 911, 356 Carerra and Boxter, Porsche posters have been gracing the walls of many a child’s bedroom for decades, ensuring future generations of customers for the German marque.
For 2016 Jaguar has answered enthusiasts prayers and added a manual transmission option for the F-Type S. But this year also marks the return of the enthusiast special Porsche Boxster Spyder. It’s time for a fun-to-drive showdown.
There’s good news if you missed out on buying a Boxster Spyder. Leases are ending, so they’re available again under Porsche’s certified pre-owned program, but is Porsche’s enthusiast special really all it’s cracked up to be?
For 2014 the Pamamera receives a complete overhaul including a new plug-in S E-Hybrid model. With twice as much electric power compared to last year’s Panamera Hybrid, it can travel 22 emissions-free miles at speeds up to 83 mph. But is this still a proper Porsche?
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