Did Turbocharging Ruin One Of The Best Sports Cars?

Review

EVO gets behind the wheel of one to find out.

When enthusiasts found out that Porsche would beturbocharging its entire 911 lineup, they flipped out. We couldn’t helpbut wonder whether Porsche was making a mistake. EVO has now got behind the wheel of abright blue 911 Carrera S to see what’s what. Adding a pair of turbochargers toan engine has downsides and upsides. The major upside of the new turbochargedengine is the 20-hp and 44 lb-ft increase over the previous engine, while soundis one downside every enthusiast was worried about.

While it’s not a full review, EVO had a lot of good thingsto say about the new sports car and we have to say that it sounds pretty good.

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