Red Porsche 718 Cayman GTS exits corner on mountain road
718 Cayman GTS: agile and immersive

What is the 718 Cayman?

The everyday sportscar that’s extraordinary every day.

What do I need to know about the 718 Cayman?

Like its cabriolet counterpart, the 718 Boxster, the 718 Cayman coupé is all about pure driving fun mixed with practicality. Its mid-engined design gives the 718 the kind of balance and poise that other sports cars can only dream of – as well as enough space for your luggage in both the front and rear of the car. A true two-seater, it’s a car that’s geared towards performance, and that goes for the interior too. Outstanding materials, a driving position that balances comfort with involvement, and the right amount of storage space. The 718 Cayman is a sportscar to truly immerse yourself in.

Why is the 718 Cayman the perfect Porsche for me?

• Real-world, accessible sportscar performance 
• Comfortable ride and dynamic handling 
• Very good luggage and storage space for a sportscar
• The track-focused 718 Cayman GT4 RS is the brilliant younger sibling of the legendary Porsche 911 GT3 

Interior of Porsche 718 Cayman plus mountain view
Driver focused: the interior of the 718 Cayman

What do car reviewers say about the 718 Cayman?

“The 718 Cayman S is by some distance the most complete sports coupé on sale.”
Autocar (UK) • March 2021

“The 718 Cayman GT4 is remarkably focused, with a chassis as sharp as it is balanced. And there’s that inimitable flat-six sound…”
L’Automobile (FR) • 2019

Current 718 Cayman models

• 718 Cayman
• 718 Cayman T
• 718 Cayman S
• 718 Cayman GTS 4.0
• 718 Cayman GT4
• 718 Cayman GT4 RS

The 718 Cayman: true sporting spirit

Build your car
Side-on view of black Porsche 718 Cayman


Orange Porsche 718 Boxster on high road, mountains in background
Here comes the sun: roof down motoring with the 718 Boxster

What is the 718 Boxster?

A top-down sportscar that balances immersive driveability with long-distance comfort.

What do I need to know about the 718 Boxster?

The 718 Boxster is a mid-engined roadster that captures the very essence of the true sportscar. In 2021 it celebrated 25 years since its momentous launch. It’s a special car that many believe helped point Porsche in the direction of travel that it continues to follow to this day. You can even buy a limited-edition version, the Boxster 25 Years, that marks this momentous moment in Porsche history. Four-cylinder engines – a 2.0-litre version for the Boxster and Boxster T, and a 2.5-litre version in the Boxster S – offer blistering performance, while the Boxster GTS is fitted with a 4.0-litre, straight-six engine that produces 400PS. The 718 Boxster is a car that’s built to truly make your pulse race. One that helps breeds confidence in a driver, whatever their ability.

Why is the 718 Boxster the perfect Porsche for me?

• 275 litres of storage space, front and back, means the 718 Boxster is perfect for long weekend getaways
• While at home on fast, sweeping corners, the Boxster is great about town, with steering light enough to make parking easy
• With the limited-edition Boxster 25 Years, inspired by the original concept study, you can drive a car that celebrates a landmark moment in Porsche history
• You can lower or raise the roof on the Boxster at speeds up to 64km/h meaning that you can go from closed to open top almost anywhere

Interior of 718 Boxster T with roof lowered
The 718 Boxster: the very essence of driving fun

What do car reviewers say about the 718 Boxster?

“Compliance over bumps is remarkable. This allows the 718 Boxster to be unfazed by roughly surfaced country roads or mid-corner bumps, while importantly allowing this to be a very friendly sports car to drive every day.”
Drive.com (AUS) • April 2021

“Most convertibles are a romantic way to enjoy the open road, but the 2022 Porsche 718 Boxster takes it a step further with its joyous handling and eager turbocharged powertrains. It shares its chassis and mechanical parts with the similarly sporty 718 Cayman coupé, but the Boxster’s cloth top opens the cabin to fresh air and the freeing feeling of the wind in your hair. It’s one of the best-driving sportscars on the road.” 
Car and Driver (US) • 2021


Current 718 Boxster models

• 718 Boxster
• 718 Boxster T
• 718 Boxster S
• 718 Boxster GTS 4.0
• Boxster 25 years
• 718 Spyder

The 718 Boxster: dream drive

Choose your car
Red Porsche 718 Boxster T parked up in Scottish mountains


Porsche 911 Turbo in Jet Black Metallic parked up
An icon awaits: the 911 Turbo

What do I need to know about the 911?

For nearly 60 years, the 911 has defined Porsche. There’s simply no other car quite like it. With a silhouette that’s recognisable to car aficionados and non-car fans alike, the 911 balances tradition with the modern – a reflection of how Porsche has been continuously innovating and pushing boundaries throughout its lifetime. A 2+2-seater, rear-engined sports car, the 911 is many things to many people, inspiring a fandom that remains unbreakable. Coupé. Cabriolet. Targa. Track car. Legend. At the Frankfurt Motor Show in 1999, an international jury voted it one of the top five cars of the 20th century – and it remains the only one to still be manufactured today. The 911 is not just a sportscar. It’s the sportscar.

Why is the 911 the perfect Porsche for me?

• The 911 is designed for pure driving pleasure
• The 2+2 layout of the 911 – that’s driver and front passenger and two compact seats behind – makes it easy to live with day-to-day
• With 21 versions to choose from, there’s something for every driver. But whether you decide on the 911 Carrera or 911 GT3 RS, one thing unites them and all model variants in between. This is a car that rewards committed drivers with both – impressive performance and everyday usability 
• Some people even decide to make the 911 a member of the family, never parting with it. This is a car that makes memories and tells stories

White Porsche GT3 RS, with red decals, on the track
The 911 in GT3 RS form: pound for pound the best sportscar in the world

What do car reviewers say about the 911?

“The new Porsche 911 Carrera GTS is the very essence of the Porsche 911 idea – incredibly fast, comfortable and perfectly suitable for everyday use. There’s hardly a better, more fascinating sportscar around at the moment.” 
Auto Zeitung (DE) • September 2021

“The 911 GT3 Touring’s cockpit is little short of perfect. The 992’s interior still feels box-fresh and beautifully resolved, and the driving position, helped here by the optional bucket seats (recommended) is spot-on. Pull the wheel into your chest, waggle the gear lever, wake the 4.0-litre flat-six, and go. The Touring Package is the definitive road-going ‘event’ 911.”
CAR (UK) • July 2021

“In short, [the Porsche 911 GT3 RS] is a very serious car. Even more so because you can change so much from the cockpit… A sensational car. It’s right at the ‘OMG’ end of the spectrum.”
Pistonheads (UK) • September 2022

Current 911 models

• 911 Carrera
• 911 Carrera Cabriolet
• 911 Carrera 4
• 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
• 911 Carrera S
• 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
• 911 Carrera 4S
• 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
• 911 Targa
• 911 Targa 4S
• 911 Carrera GTS
• 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet
• 911 Carrera 4 GTS
• 911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet
• 911 Targa 4 GTS
• 911 Edition 50 Years Porsche Design
• 911 Turbo
• 911 Turbo Cabriolet
• 911 Turbo S
• 911 Turbo S Cabriolet
• 911 GT3
• 911 GT3 with Touring Package
• 911 GT3 RS
• 911 Sport Classic

The 911: drive for perfection

Configure yours
Rear three-quarter view of crayon Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS


Red Taycan Sport Turismo and Taycan GTS in car park
Electrifying connection: Taycan Sport Turismo and Taycan GTS

What do I need to know about the Taycan?

The Taycan marks the beginning of a new era for Porsche as the company expands its product range in the field of e-mobility. The Taycan is an electric sports car designed with sustainability in mind. You can choose from one of three body shapes – Sport Saloon, Sport Turismo and Cross Turismo. The Cross Turismo is the one built for adventure, an elegant shooting-brake style estate that sits 20mm higher than the Taycan (or 30mm with the optional Off Road Pack), while in the form of the Taycan Turbo S you are at the wheel of nothing less than a supercar. The figures here are astonishing: 761PS, a 0-100km/h time that can be reached in an incredible 2.8sec using Launch Control and zero emissions. Best of all, this unmatched performance is coupled with head-turning exterior design and in-car technology that’s class leading. This is a groundbreaking car that makes a huge statement.

Why is the Taycan the perfect Porsche for me?

• If you are looking to make the transition to fully electric car ownership but without wishing to compromise on sportscar levels of performances, there’s simply no other car that comes close to the astonishing Taycan
• Electric car ownership is now easier than ever as the rollout of public charging points grows at a fast pace
• Three body shapes give you the choice to find one that suits your particular lifestyle
• With a range of charging options from Porsche whether you are at home or on the road, the Taycan range makes ownership simple, straightforward and convenient

Interior of Porsche Taycan 4S Cross Turismo
The hi-tech interior of the Taycan is dominated by five screens, including a 16.8-inch cluster display

What do car reviewers say about the Taycan?

“The Taycan is a technological masterpiece that manages to deliver incredible comfort and effortless driving one moment and then, with the twist of a knob, world-beating performance the next. How one car can do both so well is a little baffling.”
Edmunds.com (US) • 2021

“As a first example of how Porsche intends to make circuit driving with electric cars fun, they’ve done an astonishing job. The Taycan GTS is the most engaging EV yet. A drivers’ car and, dare I say it, emotional.”
The Sunday Times (UK) • November 2021

Current Taycan models

• Taycan
• Taycan 4 Cross Turismo
• Taycan 4 Sport Turismo
• Taycan 4S
• Taycan 4S Cross Turismo
• Taycan 4S Sport Turismo
• Taycan GTS
• Taycan GTS Sport Turismo
• Taycan Turbo
• Taycan Turbo Cross Turismo
• Taycan Turbo Sport Turismo
• Taycan Turbo S
• Taycan Turbo S Cross Turismo
• Taycan Turbo S Sport Turismo

The Taycan: effortless, exciting, electric

Choose your car
Selection of Porche Taycan models in urban riverside scene


Papaya Metallic Panamera Turbo S Sport Turismo on London street
Luxury saloon meets sportscar levels of performance: Panamera Turbo S Sport Turismo

What is the Panamera?

A luxury performance saloon for four people that enjoys the benefit of the distinctive Porsche DNA.

What do I need to know about the Panamera?

The Panamera comes in three body styles – Sports Saloon, Executive and Sport Turismo, a premium estate version. They are all equipped with innovative technology, with much of the in-car tech controlled from the touch-sensitive 12.3-inch touchscreen on the central console, mounted high up on the dashboard for easy visibility and accessibility. Beautiful materials, like leather and Alcantara, are available for virtually every surface inside the Panamera. A true four-seater in Sport Saloon form, with the Sport Turismo there is the ability to add another person with the 4+1 seat concept for short- or medium-length trips. The Executive, meanwhile, has a longer wheelbase compared to the other models – 150mm to be exact – making for an extremely comfortable working area for rear seat passengers. Above all, however, this is a car that balances comfort and luxury with the levels of on-road performance that many sportscar owners can only dream about. A car that is comfortable on a business trip but thrills as soon as you open up the throttle.

Why is the Panamera the perfect Porsche for me?

• There is no premium saloon quite like the Panamera – a car that combines high levels of comfort with the kind of sportscar performance that you’ve come to expect from Porsche
• If you aren’t ready to take the plunge into a fully electric car quite yet, there are seven different variants of the Porsche E-Hybrid across the Panamera range. The 4S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo, for example, is capable of an all-electric range of up to 54km with an output of 560PS
• A generous 495-litre loading area gives the Panamera true family car versatility
• The introduction of the new Panamera Platinum Edition includes platinum-themed design features such as on the logo, 21-inch alloy wheels and brushed aluminium on the interior and black sport tailpipes for a premium expression of the Panamera’s unique offering

View through panoramic roof of Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Platinum Edition
The light, airy cabin of the Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Platinum Edition

What do car reviewers say about the Panamera?

“Longer journeys are where Porsche has deployed some clever thinking. A typical plug-in hybrid will start up on electric power, and exhaust it completely before automatically moving on to petrol. The Panamera 4S E-Hybrid keeps it back for use in towns – set a route on the nav, and it’ll figure out where to best use those kilowatts for maximum effect.”
CAR magazine (UK) • November 2020 

“We especially like the sport seats with 18-way adjustability. You sit low in the Panamera, which gives this sedan-like hatchback a sports-car feel. Plus, it’s spacious inside, even for tall drivers. Executive models offer limo-like legroom in the back.”
Car and Driver (US) • 2021

Current Panamera models

• Panamera
• Panamera 4
• Panamera 4 Platinum Edition
• Panamera 4 Executive
• Panamera 4 Sport Turismo
• Panamera 4 Sport Turismo Platinum Edition
• Panamera 4S
• Panamera 4S Executive
• Panamera 4S Sport Turismo
• Panamera 4 E-Hybrid
• Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Platinum Edition
• Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Executive
• Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo
• Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo Platinum Edition
• Panamera 4S E-Hybrid
• Panamera 4S E-Hybrid Executive
• Panamera 4S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo
• Panamera GTS
• Panamera GTS Sport Turismo
• Panamera Turbo S
• Panamera Turbo S Executive
• Panamera Turbo S Sport Turismo
• Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid
• Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Executive
• Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo

The Panamera: no compromise

Choose your car
Rear three-quarter view of white Panamera 4S E-Hybrid


Porsche Macan in Gentian Blue Metallic parked on city street
Macan: the compact SUV with sportscar DNA

What is the Macan?

The crowd-pleasing, high-tech, athletic Porsche SUV that’s huge fun to drive.

What do I need to know about the Macan?

With a range of powerful engines, bundles of high-tech equipment and a superb driving position, the Macan is an SUV with a sporty character that backs up its promises when you get behind the wheel. In its most sharply focused form, the GTS, the Macan raises levels of driver involvement and handling precision to class-leading levels. For example, the new standard sports air suspension developed specifically for the Macan GTS features retuned dampers that are optimised for maximum driving pleasure and grip. Since its launch in 2014, there have been over 600,000 deliveries of the new Macan worldwide. It also plays a big role for Porsche not just today but for the future – around 80 per cent of all Macan buyers are new Porsche customers.

Why is the Macan the perfect Porsche for me?

• Thoughtful little touches in the Macan make a big difference. Take the wireless phone charger that secures your phone sideways under the armrest, keeping it out of sight and distraction range when it is charging
• The Macan has nearly 500 litres of space in the luggage compartment yet still able to accommodate four grown adults in comfort
• You may be sat at the wheel of a compact SUV with a higher seating position, but the cockpit creates the sort of cocoon-like feeling that you associate with great sportscars

• No other car in its class has a sound system like the Burmester® High-End Surround Sound-System option in the Macan. 16 amplifier channels. Over 1000 watts. 16 loudspeakers including an active subwoofer. And a 300-watt Class D amplifier. It’s high-end home audio, but in your car.

Woman engages with touch screen of Porsche Macan S
A great place to be: the Macan S

What do car reviewers say about the Macan?

“Where the Macan excels is with its driving dynamics. It’s the best-driving SUV on sale today. It focuses on sporty handling but can still perform as a comfortable family car when necessary. The standard-fit seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic gearbox means the Macan is a beautifully relaxed car to drive.”
Auto Express (UK) • November 2021

“The interior is where the Macan extends its lead over rivals. Its cabin is almost embarrassingly more expensive. Its materials are exemplary. It’s more solidly put together too. Very few Macan buyers will push the limits of its uncanny handling, but plenty will be swayed by the designer label ambience of this cabin.” 
Top Gear (UK) • November 2021

Current Macan models

• Macan
• Macan T
• Macan S
• Macan GTS

The Macan: the sharp-focused SUV

Build your car
Porsche Macan in a disused factory space


Red Porsche Cayenne GTS with load area compartment open
Ticking box after box: the Porsche Cayenne in GTS form

What is the Cayenne?

A luxury SUV that’s a talented all-rounder with a class-leading cabin, terrific practicality and adventurous spirit.

What do I need to know about the Cayenne?

Since it first launched in 2003, and with more than one million vehicles made to date, the Porsche Cayenne has continued to set benchmarks for the luxury SUV market. You can choose between two subtly different body shapes – the Cayenne, where practicality and adaptability are key highlights, and the even more dramatic design of the Cayenne Coupé, with its flyline displaying strong hints of the 911. Dynamic driving features and suitable for all types of terrain, it’s a powerful, true five-seater family car with typical Porsche DNA.

Why is the Cayenne the perfect Porsche for me?

• With up to 770 litres of available load space – in the shape of the Cayenne and Cayenne S – this is a car where driving ability does not come at the compromise of everyday practicality and convenience
• A range of powerful V6 and V8 petrol and hybrid powertrains deliver sportscar levels of performance in a car with a true SUV identity
• Opt for the Cayenne E-Hybrid and you have a comfortable, premium luxury SUV that boasts a combined fuel consumption of 3.7-3.1 l/100km (WLTP) and CO2 emissions of 83-71g/km
• Few cars are as comfortable as the Cayenne, especially over long distances. And few SUVs do it with such pace and grace

Interior photo of man at wheel of Porsche Cayenne
A class-leading cabin lifts the Cayenne above its rivals

What do car reviewers say about the Cayenne?

“The Porsche Cayenne Coupe e-Hybrid is superbly engineered, feels suitably special and drives in a manner worthy of the Porsche badge – but the real stroke of genius is the seamless integration of the electric systems.”
Wheels (AUS) • August 2021

“The performance, the driving behaviour and great sound that the Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupé offers are a delight. We should also mention the good amount of space and that, despite the way that the roof slopes at the rear, you can still sit comfortably in the back.”
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (DE) • March 2021

Current Cayenne models

• Cayenne
• Cayenne Platinum Edition
• Cayenne Coupé
• Cayenne Coupé Platinum Edition
• Cayenne E-Hybrid
• Cayenne E-Hybrid Platinum Edition
• Cayenne E-Hybrid Coupé
• Cayenne E-Hybrid Coupé Platinum Edition
• Cayenne S
• Cayenne S Platinum Edition
• Cayenne S Coupé
• Cayenne S Coupé Platinum Edition
• Cayenne GTS
• Cayenne GTS Coupé
• Cayenne Turbo
• Cayenne Turbo Coupé
• Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid
• Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupé
• Cayenne Turbo GT

The Cayenne: space and pace

Pick your car
White Porsche Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid Coupé
Red leather seats inside a Porsche Panamera 4S E-Hybrid

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Three Porsche Taycan models parked next to modern building

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Green and blue 718 Cayman GT4, couple standing in between

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Consumption and emissions

718 Boxster range
11,1-8,9l/100 km
718 Cayman range
13,2-8,9l/100 km
911 range
13,4-10,3l/100 km
Cayenne range
14,1-3,1l/100 km
26,5 -25,1kWh/100km
Macan range
11,7-10,1l/100 km
Panamera range
13,3-2,0l/100 km
Taycan range