I have just been on the factory tour in Stuttgart - fascinating if you can get there and highly recommended but no photography allowed predictably
they only makes sports cars there at the moment and all models of 718 and 911 roll around the track one after the other eg either side of a 991GT2RS would be a 718 in order to keep the line running smoothly so that "more simple" cars that need less time at a station surround more "complex" cars that need more time at each station and all on a "just in time" basis
Taycan production will also be on site in a new plant that is still under production - 20,000 cars in year one - 500 kms range and 15 mins charge will put 80% capacity on the battery pack - Tesla's days numbered when "proper" manufacturers start producing better electric vehicles than they do? price in line with Panamera prices apparently. Jaguar I-Pace just won European COTY after all.
once a body shell in colour starts on the assembly line it is completed in one 7 hour shift - 2 shifts per day - 250 sports cars per day
anyway to the point - I saw several GT4 Clubsport shells in white rolling down the same production line as all the other sports cars which kind of surprised me as we know they are not road legal cars as such - must have seen 6 of them at various stages on the 1.5 hour tour
the tour guide was very open about what they were but unsurprisingly had no comment about plans for road legal GT4's
718 Cayman GTS - GT silver, Carrera sport wheels, led, gloss black, pdk, black/Bordeaux leather, bose