The odour that comes from the new Porsche 918 Spyder is pretty awful, but the new Audi R8 Mulsanne will take a lot of the heat for it.
The new model will be the first Porsche to have the ‘C’ badge since the 919 Spyder, which was introduced in 2010.
That means the ‘S’ badge has been removed and the Porsche badge has become ‘Porsche M’.
It’s a clever move on Porsche’s part to make it clear that the 918 is an M model, not a S model.
But what’s the difference?
You can buy the new 911 918 Mulsannane in two trim levels: the basic Sport model (starting at $95,595) and the luxurious Mulsannaan, which starts at $149,999.
So, whether you want to upgrade to a higher trim or just a nicer version, we’ve put together a guide that will help you choose the right package.