Few cars push the evo website to its limits like a new Porsche 911, and just such a video made its debut this week.
While it’s not strictly a new car, the reciprocating metal powering it is – for the first time, the entry-level 911 Carrera and Carrera S will both feature turbocharging. You can find out more about the car – and is week’s other big stories – by scrolling down.
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911 goes turbo
We expected it to happen eventually, and now it has: The Porsche 911 has traded natural aspiration for turbocharging.
Of course, the 911 has long had a dedicated turbocharged model, so Porsche is unlikely to mess things up in the latest car. But will the new 911 have the sound and throttle response we’ve come to expect from its naturally-aspirated flat-six models?