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      08-15-2020, 08:04 AM   #3
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https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/f...-alpine-rivals
But in the end, these are very different sports cars that do their respective things in very different ways. So it's the Alpine that feels like the stranger in this group; I hope you've worked out as much already. The BMW is the emphatic and spectacular new friend you're growing to like more and more (and let's hope the affection grows with the upcoming next-generation M2). And the Porsche is the old mate, back from the wilderness and ready with your favourite old stories and gags.
Thanks for sharing. Good article. Great win here for the Cayman GTS. Given that, I'd imagine the GT4 would be an even clearer winner. I am glad the flat 6 engine returns for the GTS.
Agreed, the flat 4 S and GTS seemed to get universally panned in terms of emotion and sound.