VIDEO – When all the Porsches in the range compete in a race
Our British colleagues from CarWow have decided to pit all the Porsches in the catalog against each other. So, they lined up all the top performing versions of each model.
Which Porsche model is the fastest? If we think we have the answer without even seeing this race, it’s worth confronting them all. That’s what we do our colleagues from CarWow on Youtube by organizing an online race with all Porsche models. And there are, since the range is very varied. SUV, Coupé, Roadster, Sedans… there is everything. So on the starting line, we find a 911 Turbo S, a Taycan Turbo S, a Panamera Turbo S, a Cayenne Turbo GT, a 718 Boxster GTS 4.0 and a Macan GTS.
In the first two races, the Macan GTS and the Cayenne Turbo GT alternately had problems at the start. But the third race is the good one. Unsurprisingly, the 911 Turbo S and its 650 horsepower start well ahead. Even the 100% electric Taycan does not resist, but it is hot on the heels of the 911. The Panamera and the Cayenne are in the middle of the pack, ahead of the 718 GTS 4.0 and the Macan GTS.
During runs with a flying start, it is the Taycan that leaves the fastest. But beyond 160 km / h, it is the 911 Turbo S which takes over and finishes in front. The Cayenne Turbo GT is in third position, ahead of the Panamera Turbo S and its 700 horsepower. At the back of the pack, we find the 718 Boxster and the Macan GTS.
Regarding the braking test, the result is much more surprising. It’s the Cayenne Turbo GT that brakes the best, despite its size and weight. In second, it is the Panamera which stops the fastest, just ahead of the 911 Turbo S. The Taycan, the Boxster and the Macan GTS follow, always quite logically last. One can’t help but wonder what would happen if a 718 Cayman GT4 RS replaced the Boxster GTS 4.0. She would definitely win the brake test, and maybe even win a place or two. However, on pure acceleration, the 911 Turbo S and the Taycan Turbo S are unattainable.