Porsche needed a fun car for the Nineties and beyond, one that would slot beneath the 911 in their range. Cue up 1996 and they released the Boxster two-seat roadster. For its second generation, a fixed-head coupe called the Cayman would be offered as well, and the formula continues to this day with the fourth-generation, also called the 718. While the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman are well-known, you might be wondering what this 718 Spyder business is about. Until 2022, the 718 Cayman GT4 and its open-topped sibling known as the 718 Spyder were the most potent of the range, until the Cayman GT4 RS took over in 2022. Whoever bought this 2020 Porsche 718 Spyder brand new was buying the fastest, most potent of the 718 range, then, and with just 10,000 miles since, it’s virtually brand-new!