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      We all knew the new Porsche 991 Turbo S would be fast but damn this thing seriously hauls some ass for a completely stock car! Yes, the car is expected to perform well for its $182,050 base price but those 560 horses in the Turbo S sure look to be well bred. The car just blasts through the gears going from 0-333 km/h in what appears to be a completely effortless and drama free manner. For Americans, that 333 kilometers per hour is 207 miles per hour.

      Yes, very impressive indeed. A premium price, but with it comes signature premium Porsche out of the box performance. Enjoy the video below.



      This article was originally published in forum thread: STOCK (yes, STOCK) Porsche 911/991 Turbo S - 207 MPH OUT OF THE BOX! started by inlineS54B32 View original post
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      1. leo985i's Avatar
        leo985i -
        Very fast indeed, but for that much money you would hope it can go beyond 200mph.
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        We all knew the new Porsche 991 Turbo S would be fast but damn this thing seriously hauls some ass for a completely stock car! Yes, the car is expected to perform well for its $182,050 base price but those 560 horses in the Turbo S sure look to be well bred. The car just blasts through the gears going from 0-333 km/h in what appears to be a completely effortless and drama free manner. For Americans, that 333 kilometers per hour is 207 miles per hour.

        Yes, very impressive indeed. A premium price, but with it comes signature premium Porsche out of the box performance. Enjoy the video below.

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      1. leveraged sellout's Avatar
        leveraged sellout -
        Simply astounding. Once again, there is no better out-of-the-box performance car in the world, in my opinion. You'll be giving anything short of a tuned GTR or a Veyron SS a run for its money, and it also happens to be luxurious, capable at the track, and comfortable when you need it to be. Add Porsche reliability, and $182k seems like a bargain. Imagine it with a tune....
      1. Sticky's Avatar
        Sticky -
        I'd say just get a 997 PDK for $100k less...