The German automaker just unveiled the 718 Boxster T and 718 Cayman T, both of which are already being hailed by the gearheads at Car and Driver as two of the "purest sports cars" money can buy.
The mid-engined convertible and coupe come with many identical standard features and specs: a 2.0-liter turbo flat-four that cranks out nearly 300 horsepower, 20-inch wheels, a six-speed manual or seven-speed automatic transmission and Porsche's active suspension and drivetrain mounts.
Both will also hit 62 mph in a brisk 4.7 seconds and max out at just over 170 mph—plenty quick for a weekend driver.
Inside, you'll find black door pulls in the door panels and sports seats with electric two-way adjustment, black Sport-Tex center sections and the "718" logo embroidered on the headrests.
Porsche hasn't released official prices, but Car and Driver predicts the you'll spend $60,000 for the Cayman T and a little more for the Boxster T.
We'll find out for sure when the sporty rides arrive next year.