30 November 2018
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The seventh-generation Porsche 911 is, in Turbo S guise, a cruise missile of a sports car. With 580bhp being sent to all four wheels and a top speed of over 200mph, there are some supercars that would have a hard time keeping up with it in a straight line.

You might think a four-door saloon has no hope of matching it for outright pace, but Porsche has something that should put up a good fight.

The Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid is the fastest Panamera Porsche has ever built. It may be at a 700kg weight disadvantage, but its petrol-electric powertrain produces an even more impressive 671bhp. 

Join Dan Prosser as he pits the two Porsches against each other in a half-mile drag race, to see which will cross the line first.

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kevinlouis 19 December 2018

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bomb 3 December 2018

Love how it whistles over the

Love how it whistles over the line like a jet fighter. Want.

J13Dog 3 December 2018

Matt Morris Dancer Prior

Anyone else see his Morris Dancing skills?