Articles about Porsche 911 Carrera S

“To drive, it just feels like logical evolution of the 991”
Not your typical mid-cycle refresh
Like most cars, the Porsche 911 goes through a mid-cycle refresh. This usually includes minor tweaks to the exterior and the interior, as well as updates to the transmission. The changes to the 991 Carrera range, however, are much more than
More sensible than the standard Carrera
With small-displacement boosted engines becoming more the norm these days, it was only a matter of time before Porsche would fit a pair of turbochargers in the 911 Carrera range. The direction suits the sports-car company naturally; it has embraced
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Porsche cars may be expensive brand-new, but like most premium automobiles, they get hit by depreciation faster than mass-market models. That also makes them appealing secondhand deals if you find a fresh unit. All that's needed is to update
Farewell, natural aspiration
There was once a time when having a force-fed motor under the hood of a Porsche immediately implied it was a 911 Turbo. From the air-cooled motors to the new water-cooled mills, a turbocharger has been an integral fixture
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