Porsche 911 Turbo

The Porsche 911 Turbo is simply an amazing machine. It goes from zero to 60 faster than both a Ferrari Enzo and a Lamborghini Murcielago. Taking the typical 911 Carrera into supercar territory is no easy feat, but the 911 Turbo has a long history of doing just that. It has a 3.8 liter direct injected flat-6 producing a staggering 500 horsepower. Top speed: 193 mph and it's completely street legal.

It comes with a standard six-speed manual transmission, but with all 911s now, the company is offering its incredible excellent seven-speed "doppelkupplungs-getriebe" (PDK) dual-clutch transmission as an option. Combined with the launch control mode, the 911 Turbo blasts to 60 mph in only 3.2 seconds. For performance numbers as high as these, the price also climbs. A base coupe starts at $133,000 and the cabriolet versions will run around $145,000. But when you're dealing with something as incredible as the 911 Turbo, price should have no meaning.

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