Porsche makes a 911 for everybody who has more than $89,400 to spend on a car, but there are lots of variants enthusiasts don't talk about that much. The 991R might be simply the best modern 911 ever, but we must also point out that Porsche (most likely) didn't offer you one, and if that's the case, there's no way you can afford one now.
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How about the GT3 RS then? Is that brilliant? For sure. But it doesn't qualify as a daily driver unless your name is Walter Röhrl, and that makes it a rather useless road car. Of course there's always the base Carrera S, in white, with minimal options, a manual gearbox and rear-wheel drive. That's a fun sports car, but by far not the most versatile 911 there is.
You only listen to best of albums for a reason, and you want the best all around 911 Porsche makes. The 911 Targa 4 GTS packs exactly what it says on its back: everything. It has 30 more horsepower than the S, all-wheel drive, the widebody, a smooth PDK gearbox and the targa roof in case the sun is out. It's hard to argue with that package, and who cares if the purists don't approve? They talk too much anyway.