One is a 572bhp four-wheel drive monster, the other is a rear-wheel-drive convertible that’s more than £100,000 cheaper
Here’s the scenario.
You have a long weekend away planned, with lots of miles to cover. You’re off to do a track day, and you have a choice of taking either a Porsche Turbo S or 718 Boxster.
Do you choose a shatteringly quick, all-wheel drive everyday supercar with a PDK automatic gearbox, or a mid-engined, rear-wheel-drive convertible with three pedals and a stick between the seats?