We won't drop too many details here, as we hate to ruin the fun of the video, but there's one thing we need to add to the drawbacks of the otherwise interesting formula that is the Carrera T, namely the lowered ride height, which does affect the daily driving characteristics of the machine.
Speaking of the Porsche 911 Carrera T, we'll remind you that the non-GT special edition will serve as inspiration for at least another model of the sort.
As we discussed earlier this week, a set of recently leaked documents indicate that Porsche is preparing some interesting new models for next year. And the one that is the most interesting to us has to be the 718 Cayman T.
And now that we know what to expect from this badge thanks to the T-labeled Neunelfer, we can't wait to see how the even more agile mid-engined sportscar feels on the road.
As for the other models mentioned in the report, it looks like the Panamera lineup will see the return of the GTS badge, which was retired with the first generation of the car - note that the moniker is expected to be used for both the "standard" Panny and the Sport Turismo model.