Every new succession of the Porsche 911 has traditionally been more of an evolution of the previous model rather than a complete redesign, but to imagine that engineers could build a 911 Turbo better than the 996 version nearly seemed impossible. Not so, as Stuttgart’s finest have amazed us once again with a car that’s more powerful and faster than the previous 996, and every bit as usable. In fact, the new 997 Turbo’s most amazing feat is the confidence-inspiring levels of usability, which manages to flatter even the most average of drivers.
Styling and Interior
Since its introduction in 1974, the 911 Turbo has always differed from the regular models beyond just a mechanical view point but also an aesthetic one. The latest model is no exception. An aggressive front bumper, muscular fenders and gaping air intakes are all trademarks of a classic Turbo model, while unique 19in alloys plus an adjustable rear spoiler that automatically rises at speeds in excess of...