Porsche bolts a 4.0-liter flat-six with a manual transmission into the new Cayman GT4 and in doing so fixes the few things we didn’t love about the Cayman.
From the June 2020 issue of Car and Driver.
Emotion is often collateral damage to the grind of technological progress. We’re not implying that cars have feelings—at least we wouldn’t say it publicly, because that’s a fast track to a padded room—but the best cars stir emotion in their drivers.
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