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The Porsche 356 and the Porsche 911 are without a doubt two of the most popular sports cars around. If you happen to be a sport fan, you'll have no problem recognizing the traits and features present in both vehicles. The two sports models deliver classic performance and beauty. The driving feeling from the Porsche 911 Turbo is enough to make any fan of speed swoon with excitement and eager anticipation. For those who love speed, the Porsche 356 is the perfect classic vehicle to test drive - as the Porsche 356 is the first example of a turbo model that manages to deliver such levels of performance.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo features an aggressive and sleek design, delivering yet another example of what makes it one of the most celebrated and luxurious names in the automobile industry. With its high degree of sophistication, the new Porsche 911 Turbo manages to attain the ultimate classic sports car feel, thanks to its huge flat roof and wide front hood. The RS style also features some elements that have been completely redesigned, such as the front grille that now incorporates the kidney grille introduced on the redesigned Porsche Panorama Convertible Sport. The new RS model is also sporting a new side skirts, wider front air vents, larger front bumper air outlets, and a much longer rear bumper.
The new Porsche 911 Turbo also offers a sporty and dynamic ride. The RS model offers a manual transmission with manual brake function and sports-car handling. The car's high-performance engine is mated to a high-motor 4-wheel-drive system, driving the rear wheels in order to create torque and power rather than drag and noise. A variable valve timing system is also featured on the engine, improving fuel economy even further. In addition to all these upgrades, the Porsche 356 will also feature exclusive floor mats and carbon fiber front and rear bumpers.