We won't go into the details of this adventure, only mentioning the obvious bit, namely that Nick's 991.2 Carrera 4S was put to towing use - you can find the stunt in the first piece of footage below. As for the second clip, this shows Nick demonstrating the winter car abilities of his C4S, with the camera addict even tackling thick snow in his C4S.
It's worth noting that the turbocharged nature of the 991.2 generation makes it a tad less easier to control during the snowy drifting moments. It all has to do with the non-linear power delivery of the forced-fed heart of the vehicle.
Even so, once you learn to sprinkle some extra caution when building momentum, you'll notice that pulling respectable slip angles is not that difficult.
As Nick points out, even with the PSM (Porsche Stability Management) feature fully on, a four-wheel-drive Neunelfer will let its tail dance a little bit, hence the caution we mentioned above.
Oh, and by the way, in case the YT guy's name sounds familiar, it's probably because you know him as the Nine-A-Lemon driver, who traded his failing 991.1 Neunelfer for a BMW M4, but the 991.2 generation persuaded him to return to the Porscha camp.