911 Turbo Takes Porsche to the Top

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The Porsche 911 Turbo is proof that the automaker is at the top of its game. With a car and an engine layout that date back to 1963, Porsche is all too familiar with the configuration and knows exactly what to do in order to achieve more speed and power. Even with the ability to go from zero to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds, the 911 Turbo is not the fastest 911 in the lineup. That honor falls to the GT3, the lightweight track version. However, the GT3 is not the most capable daily driver.

Partly due to the wonderful PDK transmission, the 911 Turbo has the ability to be driven to the grocery store, maneuver at ease around the parking lot, and pick up the kid at school on the way home. Take it to the track, however, and you'll witness the beast inside explode.

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