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Porsche 718

Showcasing the principles of a mid-engine sports car

Porsche 718 Range

A characterful mid-engined sports car

The Porsche 718 embraces the concept of freedom and characteristics of a mid-engined sports car. The 718 features a range of engines with new 4 cylinder turbo charged units, producing up to 350 PS whilst reducing fuel consumption compared to the previous generation. 

The exterior of the 718 is low, wide and sleek with long flowing lines. Featuring key elements of Porsche DNA such as the high front wings which incorporate LED headlights, large air intakes, exterior mirrors with 'v' shape base and large alloy wheels. The rear of the 718 features slim LED tail lights, sports exhaust and an automatically raising boot lid spoiler. 

The interior of the 718 uses premium materials, advanced technology, a sporty driving position and excellent ergonomics. The sports steering wheel is derived from the 918 hyper car, the three cluster instruments with a central rev counter are typical Porsche and the Porsche Communication Management system uses a 7" glass touchscreen to control the cars navigation, media, settings and smartphone integration. The 718 offers a great range of personalisation options.

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718 specifications

The 718 features a 2.0 litre 4-cylinder turbo charged engine with 300 PS.

Standard equipment includes: 

• 6 Speed Manual Gearbox
• 18" Alloy Wheels
• Bi-Xenon Headlights with Integrated LED Daytime Running Lights
• Heated Sports Seats
• Eight Speaker Sound System with 150 Watts 

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The 718 S features a 2.5 litre 4-cylinder turbo charged engine with 350 PS.

Standard equipment includes: 

• Twin Tract Sports Exhaust System with Twin tailpipe in Stainless Steel
• 19" Alloy Wheels
• Porsche Stability Management (PSM) 
• PCM - Porsche Communication Management with Smartphone Integration and Navigation

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The 718 T features a 2.0 litre turbo charged 4-cylinder engine with 300 PS.

Standard equipment includes: 

• VarioCam (Camshaft Control for Inlet and Exhaust Valves) and Adaptive Cylinder Control
• 20" S Alloy Wheels in Titanium Grey
• Sport Chrono Package
• Automatically Extending Spoiler 
• GT Sports Steering Wheel

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The 718 GTS features a 4.0 litre 6-cylinder engine with 400 PS.

Standard equipment includes: 

• VarioCam (Camshaft Control for Inlet and Exhaust Valves) and Adaptive Cylinder Control
• 20" Sports Alloy Wheels in Satin Black
• Sport Chrono Package
• Sports Seats Plus with Alcantara Inserts
• GT Sports Steering Wheel

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718 Cayman or Boxster?

The Porsche 718 is available in Boxster and Cayman body shapes. 

The Cayman starts from £44,790 and the Boxster £46,650. They are both available with a mid-mounted engine, front and rear luggage compartments and in the same specifications; 718, 718 S, 718 T and 718 GTS. 

The main difference between the two styles is the Boxster is a roadster with a fabric roof which can be quickly retracted to add to the engagement of the driving experience. The Cayman is a two door sports coupe. 

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The race car for the road

The 718 Cayman GT4 is designed to make the pulse race, a race car for the road. Featuring a naturally aspirated 4.0 litre six cylinder with 420 PS. This allows the GT4 to sprint from 0-62mph in 4.4 seconds and to a maximum speed of 188mph. Other highlights include a manual gearbox, upgraded aerodynamics and interior. 

Aerodynamic upgrades include the front apron providing downforce with a special surface to reduce drag, front spoiler lip and front air intakes. There are side air intakes behind the doors to provide efficient engine cooling, 20” GT4 alloy wheels with sport tyres, rear apron with two exhaust tips and diffuser. Finally the fixed single piece rear wing shows the car’s race track origins. 

The Cayman GT4 is available from £75,780. 

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