Porsche didn’t call its 911 Turbo “The Benchmark” for no reason. Just look at it, this is how the 911 should be like. They’ve extended the rear arches even past the width of those in the Carrera 4 models. Don’t worry though, the usual 911 discretion is still around, so you won’t be the “opulent guy” when you drive around in one of these.
The 911 Turbo comes as a balanced technical package. The stopping hardware perfectly matches the stopping power, for instance. Nonetheless, it’s the handling that stands out. The most amount of credit goes to the new rear axle steering. The car is incredibly sharp on turning and yet it does this in a light-hearted manner, maintaining the traditional 911 Turbo ease of driving.
The Turbo S 20-inch wheels you see here are half an inch wider than those on the Turbo. Hidden inside the aforementioned fat, vented arches, the rims conceal a set of impressive carbon ceramic stoppers.
Not much differentiates the Turbo from the Turbo S. For instance, the clues around the cabin are limited to a few badges. Examples include the one you see on the rev counter, as well as the one situated on the PDK gear shifter surround. For a wider view of the interior, check out the Full HD photo gallery of our 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo S test drive.