No. 5: 718 Cayman GT4
The ranking begins with a current model: the 718 Cayman GT4. It’s a sports car that could easily have been predestined for the race track but, unlike its racing counterpart, the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, the 718 Cayman GT4 is road-approved. Producing 414 hp and accelerating from zero to 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds, the number five in the ranking reiterates its thoroughbred origins.
No. 4: 911 GT3 (997)
After GT4 comes GT3 – or to be more precise, the 911 GT3 (997). It’s the perfect sports car for every petrolhead. Uncompromising driving pleasure and a sophisticated 'zero lift' aerodynamic concept for increased downforce on the road make every amateur racing driver’s heart beat faster.
No. 3: 911 GT2 (993)
The number three in the ranking is the 911 GT2 (993). It’s a sports car like no other. However, the GT2 based on the 911 Turbo is lighter and more powerful, featuring rear-wheel instead of all-wheel drive. Its body also underwent performance optimization: its wide front wings and larger rear wings make it clear that the GT2 is only interested in one thing – performance.
No. 2: 911 GT1
The road version of the Porsche 911 GT1 is probably one of the most sought-after cars of all time: with a total of 23 built, it is also one of the rarest GT models. The so-called road version is the homologation model for the GT1 race car that competed at Le Mans in 1998, achieving overall victory.
No. 1: 356 B 2000 GS Carrera GT
The Top 5 ranking ends with the Porsche 356 B 2000 GS Carrera GT. It laid the foundations for all other GT models in the early 1960s. Its lightweight body and powerful engine made this small racing car extremely competitive in the GT classes. It’s yet more evidence of the fact that there is a racing car in every Porsche.