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Car and Driver has named its 10Best list that includes some permanent favorites, triumphant returns, and a couple of surprises as well.


The new GT4 Clubsport retains the road car's 3.8-liter flat-six, but replaces the suspension with bits from the 911 GT3 Cup race car.


A Brash Upstart Challenges The 911's Performance Primacy

The Cayman GT4 is an astounding thing full of choice 911 performance bits, ready to fulfill drivers' fantasies as the ultimate evolution of its platform.


The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang beat out a field of eight quick machines, including the Ferrari 488 GTB and Dodge Viper ACR, to take the title of Road & Track's 2016 Performance Car of the Year.


The Porsche Cayman has been knocking on the 911's door for years. With the new hardcore GT4, has the mid-engine coupe beat its rear-engined older brother?


The Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport racer is set to debut at the LA Auto Show next month.


Porsche has released a new, "exclusive" Black Edition of its entry level Cayman, upping the equipment level over the base car for an extra $7,600.


Car magazine reports that the coming four-cylinder Boxster and Cayman will get from 240 to 370 hp. If true, power outputs for the base and S models will go down.


JD Power's latest APEAL Study hasn't changed much on the premium side, although Mini is the new champ for non-premium brands, besting Hyundai.


As part of a new billion-euro investment plan, Porsche has undertaken to move all excess production of the Boxster and Cayman back to its principal facility at Zuffenhausen near Stuttgart, Germany.


Porsche will replace Boxster and Cayman with a new model line to be offered with a boxer four-cylinder engine, launching in mid-2016 and confirmed to be coming to America.


Chris Harris brings his enthusiastic energy behind the wheel of the new Cayman GT4 and shows what Porsche's hardcore creation can do around Portimao. He also puts it on the lift to see what makes the model so special.


Porsche just introduced the Cayman GT4, with its 3.8-liter flat-six churning out 385 horsepower. But according to Evo, the German automaker is already looking at an even more hardcore GT4 RS.


Porsche has revealed its most hardcore Cayman yet – the GT4 – here at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.


The latest video from Porsche shows the new Cayman GT4 ticking off the neighbors and sliding its way around the Nürburgring.


Porsche introduces the Cayman GT4, with a 385-horsepower, 3.8-liter flat-six slung in its middle and a chassis and looks that borrow heavily from the mighty 911 GT3. And enthusiasts rejoice: the only transmission available in the GT4 is a six-speed manual.


The engine in the coming Porsche 911 GT3 RS will be the heart of the turbocharged engines going into the 2016 911 range coming later this year. It will remain naturally-aspirated in the GT3 models, but get boosted help for every model below those. Elsewhere, the next Boxster and Cayman will get turbocharged four-cylinders, and a V8-powered mid-range Porsche supercar is still in the works.


The latest spy shots of the more hardcore version of the Porsche Cayman show it with basically no camouflage. Rumored to be called the GT4, the sports coupe is purported to be the little brother to the 911 GT3 in Porsche's lineup.


Automobile reports that the next-generation Boxster and Cayman will be subsumed into a new range of vehicles under the Porsche 718 moniker. That new 718 range will encompass coupes and convertibles covering a wide performance spectrum, and use the flat-four engine we've been hearing about for years.


Car and Driver is keeping new blood pumping into its annual 10Best cars list with three new entries making it on for 2015 and a perennial favorite falling off. Among the biggest shocks this year is that the BMW 3 Series and 4 Series are no longer named, despite years of some portion of that lineup earning a mention. In another surprise, the Tesla Model S (specifically in S 60 trim to fit under the $80,000 cost cap) makes it to the 2015 roster and is the only electrically motivated member of the


We're all familiar with the succession of numbers that follow the letters GT on a hard-core Porsche 911: the GT1 that was Stuttgart's Le Mans contender in the late 90s, the GT2 that packs turbochargers but without the Turbo's all-wheel drive and excess weight, and the naturally aspirated GT3 that's the enthusiast's choice. But a GT4? That's something new, and exactly what Porsche has in store.

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