This is the 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S.

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It's the high-test version of the 911 Turbo, which is itself the most powerful version of that iconic sportscar available today.

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540 horsepower is what you get in the base Turbo. The S? A whopping 580.

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But, press the Sport Response button on the steering wheel, if you get the optional Sport Chrono package, and you'll get a boost of even more power for 20 seconds!

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Styling is mildly refreshed, but looking much cleaner.

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Both the rear wing and front lip extend at speed for additional downforce.

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And they look great at any speed.

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It'll cost you, though. The base 911 Turbo starts at $159,200. Step up to the S and you're looking at $188,100 to start.

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Pricey, but a single use of launch control in this beast and you'll see it's totally worthwhile.

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