This is 424bhp 911 (991) GTS. It fits into the 911 range above the S and below the GT3, and is the second time the GTS badging has been seen on the benchmark rear-engined car.The first time we saw it on the 911 was at the very end of the 997 lifecycle, back in 2011. That car was a of the 997 range all rolled up into one car, and priced a good ?20k less than it would have cost if you'd got busy with the configurator.With its more powerful motor, delete-option rear seats, wide body and a stack of detail improvements, it was, by quite some margin, the best value, most complete, 997-gen 911 you could buy.The C2 GTS, much like the GTS version of the Cayman and Boxster, is the 911 at its best. Not too extreme to be a pain to use everyday, but exciting enough to be interesting at all road speeds. Compared with a standard 991, the steering feels more direct and precise; the suspension, which is slightly lowered, is just the right amount more composed.
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