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How to turn a Porsche Macan into a full-blown sports car


How to turn a Porsche Macan into a full-blown sports car

Given the GTS treatment, the SUV gives off a good buzz

Mark Smyth

In a modern context, Porsche first re-introduced its GTS or Gran Turismo Sport badge on the Cayenne in 2007. With its black trim it’s a more sporty version than the regular models but not quite as full-on as the Turbo.

Now Porsche has given the GTS treatment to its 718 Boxster and Cayman models, with the headline news being the introduction of the six-cylinder 4.0l that’s already debuted in the GT4 and Spyder.

On a sunny day in Lisbon, Portugal, our Miami Blue model really stood out, although not as much as one in viper green with green wheels. It’s a personal preference, but we avoided that one and felt more comfortable with the 20-inch RS Spyder wheels in matt silver and black...

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