Porsche is one of those words that’s more than just a word. It’s an icon, an image, an emotion, and among automotive enthusiasts, the word Porsche is a word of the utmost sanctity; the very ethos and meaning of performance driving is embodied in these cars. Porsche? Expensive? Yes, but you get what you pay for. This upcoming model year is the most varied that Porsche has ever offered. With 19 variations on four different models to choose from, there’s a Porsche to match any taste.
Porsche 911: A major design change for 2004 which heralds back to classic 911 styling has Porsche purists grinning from ear to ear. It is the quintessential sports car: athletic, tenacious handling and simply luxurious. With 13 model variations right now, it’ll be hard to choose which degree of sporting perfection to buy.
Porsche Boxster: Imparted by some of the fresh design cues of the prodigal 911, the Boxster roadster’s identity is refreshed, while still retaining its reputation as a capable little sports car.
Porsche Carrera GT: The Carrera GT is to all other cars, as Superman is to mere mortals: not just a flagship for a company, but a new benchmark of style and performance for an industry. 605hp, a carbon fiber body and a 205 mph top end, somehow seems worth the $440,000 price tag.
Porsche Cayenne: An SUV with the heart and soul of Porsche. The Cayenne has all of the characteristics of a Porsche: powerful engine, sure footed handling, and a luxuriously appointed interior—with the added benefit of four wheel drive, of course.