The current GTS is what the GTS has always been. An S with a bit of a power bump and most/all of the "go-fast" bits added. This new GTS would be a change in what GTS is for Porsche.1. GTS gets the 4.0 to properly differentiate from S.
Yes, but I assume this would come along with the "upgrade" to PCM 4.1 or whatever it's called. Right now the 718 is the only model on the "old" system.5. Cabin refresh - things like Wireless CarPlay with wireless charging.
Ummm ... you're talking about a company that uses 'Turbo' as a model-designation term on the Taycan, so I wouldn't put a 'Boxster' EV past Porsche at ALL. 'Boxster' is a stronger brand than literal designation.Have to disagree. The Cayman grew out of the Boxster, which was named for Boxer-Roadster. There is no lineage there that leads to an all-new, electric car. Such a vehicle necessitates an all-new name, just as the Taycan was not e-Panamera.
Ah yes, but in the context of the OP’s thread, we are the CEO. So for our little mental exercise, none of that matters.Ummm ... you're talking about a company that uses 'Turbo' as a model-designation term on the Taycan, so I wouldn't put a 'Boxster' EV past Porsche at ALL. 'Boxster' is a stronger brand than literal designation.
Add the SmartTop module to gain not only the control over the window positions as you desire but other things as well! I had it on my Boxster, awesome!One more thing I did not mention in my post above. No matter if opening or closing the top, the windows always automatically close at the end of the cycle. I would like to have the option to determine what happens to the Windows at the end of the cycle. Closing when closing the top makes sense and is consistent with what I would mostly want to happen. However, when opening the top, I personally, prefer to have the windows also open but now I always have to do that manually after they start to close. No big deal, but neither are the many other automated features that are just nice to have.