For 2017, the Porsche 718 Cayman S received a whole host of updates. This includes a new engine, new styling and even a slight name change. Gone is the wonderful 3.4-liter naturally aspirated flat-six. In it's place is a torquey turbocharged 2.5-liter mill. You may not like the sound, but it's hard to argue with the results. The current car is both quicker and faster than the old one, hitting 60 mph in just 4.4 seconds. That's a factory number. Porsche has been known to underrate things like that.

This particular car is loaded with a number of go-fast goodies. This includes the PASM sport suspension that combines a 0.8-inch ride height reduction with Porsche's active dampening system. It's also equipped with the Sport Chrono package, torque vectoring and a smaller diameter GT Sport steering wheel. While it may be missing things like full power seats and keyless entry and ignition, those things don't matter when it comes to performance.