We have just taken delivery of a 2010 Porsche 911 Turbo. Unfortunately, the 500-horsepower all-wheel-drive monster is sitting outside in a torrential downpour, which means we don’t have any images of it yet. Powered by a biturbocharged 3.8-liter flat-six, the 911 Turbo is about as bonkers as you can get a 911 without slapping a "GT" on the boot. 480 pound-feet of torque is on hand, with an additional 36 pound-feet available during overboost. Putting the power to the road is a seven-speed Porsche
Our Basalt Black 911 Turbo rings in at $150,605, and includes vented seats, the Sport Chrono Package Turbo (necessary to get the overboost function), and Porsche Torque Vectoring. We will have the car for one week, so bring on the questions.
The price may be small, but your smile certainly won’t be – even if it is slow as hell.
The good thing is that are no hoses or wires stemming out from the device, which makes it less of a hassle to set up and put away.
In the case of the 2022 Infiniti QX55, it had a bullet point on its CV that provoked us to ask about first. $60,350? How?
Its action was light at low speeds, loaded up in corners, and confidently weighted on the highway, which is the ideal setup in any new car.