28 August 2013
Review

The new 552bhp Porsche 911 Turbo S is supremely fast, but does that make it a brilliant supercar? Steve Sutcliffe finds out.

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29 August 2013

want!!!!!!

ajd

29 August 2013

Me also,you can keep your McLaren 12C,even a GTR would be better than the Macca!

Peter Cavellini.

29 August 2013

Did good old Steve go all the way to Stuttgart for this video?

A bit shallow and brief, don't you think?

29 August 2013

To be honest, i'd go,because Porsche probably pay his room and board or his Air fare,because, they will want as much Mag coverage for their product,afterall,it's only Germany he's gone too, not Australia!

Peter Cavellini.

29 August 2013

PistonHeads quotes 3.1 0-60 for the S, as does Evo. Yet, Steve 'Pawshh' Sutcliffe says it's 2.9. Who's correct?

29 August 2013

I would stump up another 30K for a Mclaren. This might have insane capability because of that AWD system but once you are up and going at proper speed the 12C is much more capable, and probably much faster due to dragging 200 KG less. Not to mention "sense of occation".
The GTR is closer to the 911 Turbo than the 911 to the Mclaren.
Much more exclusive too so will hold its value, as much as that is relevant.

ofir

9 September 2013

Key phrase?............World's most usable day to day supercar.

Peter Cavellini.

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