The Porsche 911 is a 2-door compact passenger car with a 3.8L Twin-Turbo 6 Cylinder Engine. It has 9J x 20" Fr/11.5J x 20" Rr 911 Turbo S wheels with P245/35ZR20 Fr & P305/30ZR20 Rr -inc: Performance summer tires. Safety features include Dual Stage Driver And Passenger Seat-Mounted Side Airbags and Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
Sometimes, a superhero can be too powerful.
In the Japanese comic "One-Punch Man," the hero Saitama can destroy just about every baddie in the universe with a single punch. He tries desperately to find someone, anyone who can put up a real fight and make things interesting, but in the end, Saitama throws one punch and subsequently falls headfirst into an ocean of self-imposed ennui.
That's the 2018 Porsche 911 Turbo S in a nutshell. Porsche's hottest version of its decades-old nameplate is eminently capable, rattling off confounding performance figures without even breaking a sweat. It'll take everything thrown in its direction and continuously cry out for more, like I'm insulting it by even choosing to hop in the driver's seat and drive it below ten-tenths.
The Good The Turbo S will take whatever you can throw at it, and then some.
The Bad There's a whole lot of tire noise, and the infotainment lacks Android Auto.
The Bottom Line With its unrelenting wallop of turbo power, the Turbo S rightly asserts itself as one of the finest examples of Porsche’s mighty 911.
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