Porsche’s more focused GTS models have been around for a while now – the badge first appeared on the Cayenne to denote a purer, naturally-aspirated alternative to the hotted-up Turbo. The lineup is now complete – 911, Targa, Panamera, Boxster and Cayman – and despite the Cayenne GTS now being turbocharged, the range is still regarded to be the sharpest of the “regular” models outside the hardcore GT/RS versions.

To demonstrate this, Stuttgart has released a video showing the full range of GTS models, resplendent in signature Carmine Red, blasting through winding roads, tunnels and empty cityscapes. Porsche says the cars “take minimalism even further,” adding that with the GTS, “you get more Porsche.”

The 911 GTS and Targa 4 GTS are powered by a 430 PS 3.8 litre NA flat-six with optional all-wheel drive (standard on the Targa), the Boxster and Cayman GTS get a 3.3 litre mill with 330 PS (Cayman 340 PS), while the Panamera receives a 4.8 litre V8 pushing out 430 PS. The facelifted Cayenne GTS, which made its local introduction along with the 911 Targa 4S yesterday, features a 400 hp 3.6 litre biturbo V6.

Available with either a six-speed manual or a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch transmission (standard on the Panamera, Cayenne gets an eight-speed automatic as standard), all models gain a series of aesthetic and mechanical changes over their “standard” brethren as well, including standard-fit Sports Chrono pack and Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM).

Porsche Cayenne GTS facelift in Malaysia