Facelifted Porsche 911 Turbo Highlights Its Everyday Usability

Enthusiasts know that most exotic sports cars are not really suitable for everyday use, but Porsche has somehow managed to become one of the exceptions to this rule.

The newest addition to the updated 911s lineup is the Turbo / Turbo S, unveiled just a few weeks ago, and despite being marketed as a rival for the McLaren Sports Series range,  it promises to offer “everyday usability” in the Stuttgart firm’s  latest spot.

Under it’s hood, you’ll find an improved 3.8-liter bi-turbo flat-six engine churning out 540PS (533hp) and 580PS (572hp) in Turbo and Turbo S forms respectively, 20hp more than before in both cases.

Porsche claims a 0-100km/h (62mph) sprint in 3.0sec and a top speed of 320km/h (199mph) for the base Turbo, and 2.9sec and 330km/h (205mph) for the ‘S’ variant.

With features such as lane change assist, blind-spot monitor, adaptive cruise control, automatic headlights with dynamic main beam, hill hold function and others, Porsche is telling us that the 2016 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S are all “about driving enjoyment and driving comfort as a whole” and to prove its statement, the company has released a new promo in which these features are highlighted.