Current ‘Porsche Turbo’ headlines may well be reserved for the company’s first allelectric sports car, the Taycan Turbo – a bizarre name given the car is completely devoid of any turbocharger. Photograph courtesy Andreas Mau.
But both will eventually be usurped by mega-power hybrid model
Now that it is 2020 (at least as you read this – as I write it I don’t even know who won the bloody election), I’ve been thinking about what Porsche I’m most looking for driving in 2020, and I guess a lot depends on whether we’ll even see let alone get a go in the new GT3. My guess is that even if it’s shown, I won’t get behind the wheel this year. But a new 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo 992? That seems altogether more likely.