FrontRunners: A Four-door with Flair

    Porschephiles seeking to maximize their four-door fun will welcome the Porsche Panamera GTS (www.porsche.us), which is due to arrive in the United States by April and is priced from $110,000. The all-wheel-drive GTS sedan is based on the Panamera 4S, but it sits lower and has a wider rear track, and its naturally aspirated 4.8-liter engine produces 30 additional units of horsepower (430 versus 400). The engine enables the GTS to reach 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and achieve a (theoretically satisfying) top speed of 178 mph.

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