We just got wind that that time is now, and we're excited to a point.
Often, turbocharging a car means more power even if displacement drops, but instead of a boost, Porsche gave us a nasty surprise. The Cayman GT4 is the only car that will keep the flat-six—the rest of the models will house a 2.0-liter or 2.5-liter flat-four with a single turbocharger. The the entry level models will produce 240 horsepower while the S models produce 300. With this new technology, shouldn't we expect all of the cars to have a bit more punch? It would be handy to have, especially to compensate for the bit of turbo lag produced.