5-litre, 4-cylinder engine that whips out 99 horsepower and 134

Newton metre (Nm) torque, not bad for a four-wheel drive.

The displacement stands at 4,663cc and the engine produces peak torque of 700

Newton metres from 1,800rpm.

0 seconds and has a top speed of 300kmh, so I doubt you'd feel the effects of having 97 fewer horses and 24 less

newton metres under the hood compared to the V12.

The maximum torque of 680

Newton metres is available from 1900 to 5750 rpm, while a sprint from zero to 100 km/h is achieved in 3.

6-litre predecessor by 80 hp (59 kW) and achieves a torque of 750

Newton metres (an increase of 50 Nm).

With torque of 160

Newton metres the 60 kW electric car boasts exceedingly agile acceleration.

The 718 Boxster comes with a newly developed, 2-litre, 300hp engine with innovative turbocharging which brings its torque to a maximum of up to 380

Newton metres.

It's got 300bhp, 400

Newton metres of torque, Brembo brakes, which is what performance cars like this should have, and aerodynamically it is superb.

The substantial torque increase of 35 per cent in the new engine of the base model promises driving fun and agility with a maximum of up to 380

Newton metres.

4-litre direct injection turbocharged unit kicking out 140ps and offering 220

Newton metres of torque from just 1,500rpm through to 4,000rpm.

The engine has a 1,500 CC capacity, with turbo charge to reach a horsepower of 148 and maximum torque of 240

newton metres.

The system peak torque is a massive 650

Newton metres.