The Turbo S is the first trim to get the more powerful 340-hp engine and it looks a bit different thanks to body-color side moldings, black 21-inch alloy wheels, and an “Inline 6” fender badge. As the base high-output trim, it is not based on the Turbo Premium Plus but shares its features mostly with the Turbo Premium, yet it does gain a few features that none of the lower trims have, notably adaptive headlights, body-color side moldings, black 21-inch alloys, and a reverse auto-tilting driver-side mirror. It also adds a few features the Turbo Premium doesn’t have, such as automatically power-folding side mirrors, a front passenger seat with eight-way power adjustment, and a 12.3-inch touchscreen, as well as cruising and traffic support and front turning cross-path alert (but without the Turbo Premium Plus’ brake feature). It sheds a few of the Turbo Premium’s features, such as the second-row captain’s chairs, the rear door pockets, and a few paint colors. It doesn’t have the 360-degree camera system either.