Porsche 911 Targa 4 GTS

Pull the door handle, let the window drop and swing the door out. Climb into the delicious and aromatic half leather-half Alcantara interior and GTS embroidered sports seat, closing the door and feeling cocooned, yet having plenty elbow room. The 991 generation is a comfortable car, but retains its hardcore sports pedigree.

Porsche 911 Targa GTS


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Porsche Panamera Diesel

When the Porsche Panamera was first launched, it was the ugly duckling of the German sports car range. However, around 8,500 Panamera Diesel models have been delivered to date. The Panamera Diesel makes up 70% of Porsche sales in the United Kingdom since its launch, and 15% of sales in the Panamera model range. If this hasn’t already said it for me; the Panamera Diesel is a fantastic car in every aspect.

Porsche Panamera Diesel

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Porsche Boxster S

Admittedly, the Gulf Orange 981 Boxster S you see below is a bit of a choice colour. If you imagine the car in the elegant Agate Grey or Basalt Black metallic that Porsche offer, it is a wonderfully attractive car. The new Boxster can no longer be criticised for looking too like a 911 – now its own car, with a highly attractive rear end.

Porsche Boxster S

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BMW 420d Convertible

Based on the BMW F32 4 series, the new convertible bears some resemblance to the E90 3 series convertible, though it presents sharper lines than its predecessor, whilst riding lower and wider, giving the car road presence.

BMW 4 Series Convertible

I tested the 420d – the 2 litre diesel engine car with 184 bhp. The engine pulls well and is quiet too considering it is an oil burner. The refinement doesn’t end there…

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