While not the quickest Porsche model available, what the Boxster S trades in raw power it makes up for in pure cool factor. The Boxster S is reminiscent of the 914 in design, being a two-seat, topless, mid-engine rear-wheel drive sportscar. The similarities end there. For 2010 we saw the introduction of direct injection, electronic handling refinements, and possibly the coolest cup holders ever. Fully equipped, its best 0-60 time is right around five seconds. In its “S” badging, the Boxster is propelled by a naturally aspirated 3.4-liter, flat-six that produces 310 horsepower and is mated to a six-speed gearbox. As an option, the seven-speed Doppelkupplungegetribe gets the shifting done for you using dual clutches. Don’t ask us how to pronounce that, but it keeps the Boxster S engaged in two gears at any one time, providing seamless, ultra smooth acceleration. With features like this, it’s little wonder the Boxster S is such a popular choice for Porsche fans.