The Porsche 718 is Porsche’s latest version of their entry-level sports cars. After the Cayman and Boxter have been separated from each other since their introduction while sharing the same base, Porsche decided to combine the two in the 718 for the 2016 model year. The name is taken from a late 50’s Porsche race car which was able to win the 24h of LeMans with its 4 cylinder engine against Ferraris that had 8 cylinders. The new 2.0-litre 4 cylinder in the 718 base creates 300 PS at an average fuel consumption of 7.4l/ 100km (31.8 mpg) making the 718 a good combination of sports and city car. The 718 has only a few comparable opponents but some are the Jaguar F-Type and Audi TT S.