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I've owned two Porsches since 1993: a 1985 944 coupe (because that's what I could afford at the time), and later I got my hands on and hung onto a 1990 944 S2 Cabriolet (because it was the prettiest car I'd ever seen).You should never underestimate what Porsche can do with a four-cylinder engine or a turbocharger, and if you still need proof, you should know that four-cylinder Porsches have been regularly winning the 24 Hours of LeMans, the world's toughest endurance race, and as recently as this year.However, while my treasured 944 S2 Cab with its 208-horsepower 3.0-liter 16-valve four-pot may have been one of the most refined cars of its era, that was more than 25 years ago, and it pales next to the astounding sophistication of the 2017 718 Boxster S.Today, Porsche takes all that to an entirely new level.Yes, that's as much power, though not torque, as produced by the 3.4-liter flat-six of the 991 Carrera, with a 0-100 kph of around 4.5 seconds (even less with the Sport Chrono Package).If it sounds like I'm a fan of Porsches, after driving this car I'd be insane if I weren't.
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