The new 718 GTS models. Insatiable.

Do you know the Road to Hāna? One road, 620 curves, 59 bridges and 52 miles along the coast of Maui. The perfect location for sports cars with irrepressible forward thrust just waiting to feel the tarmac beneath their wheels. The perfect location for the new 718 Boxster GTS and 718 Cayman GTS. Why? Because they both embody an unambiguous approach: grit your teeth, show what you’re made of and always stay hungry.

Let’s look at the figures: the 2.5-litre turbo boxer engine delivers an impressive 269 kW (365 hp) to the road. Both 718 GTS models owe their agility to a lightweight chassis with Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) – for precise and nimble handling.

 

The GTS models stand out within the 718 model line not only in terms of technology, but also in their visual design. The new Sport Design apron at the front of the vehicle emphasises the vehicles’ sporty character. As is typical for GTS models, the front light modules and the Bi-Xenon headlights are black-tinted. At the rear of the vehicle, the tinted tail lights, black logos, black rear apron and centrally positioned black tailpipes of the standard sports exhaust system give the GTS its unique appearance. Black GTS logos at the base of the doors and 20-inch wheels painted in black (satin finish) complete the side view.

Porsche 718 GTS: Combined fuel consumption in l/100 km: 8,5/  urban 11,5 / extra-urban 6,7 /; CO2 emissions combined kg/km: 194 g/km; CO2 efficiency class: F

 

Fuel consumption, CO2 emission figures and efficiency classes given in ranges depend on the tire/wheel sets used.
More information about official fuel consumption figures and official specific CO2 emissions of new motor vehicles is available in the ‘Guidelines on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and electric power consumption of new motor vehicles’ which are available free from all retail outlets and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Helmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern-Scharnhausen, Germany (www.dat.de).
The fuel consumption and CO2 emissions of a motor vehicle, and deviations from the stated values, depend not only on the efficient use of fuel by the vehicle and other factors (e.g. the choice of wheels and tyres), but are also influenced by driving style and other non-technical factors.