By Jon Alain Guzik
Posted 12.08.2009 at 6:14 pm 5 Comments
With Porsche, you sometimes can't parse the new from the old. It's a company known for evolutionary design changes—sticking with tradition, making small yet significant changes where they matter. This is certainly the case with the new top-of-the-range 911, the 2010 Turbo. Its evolution can be seen most drastically not in the exterior—where each subtle redesign takes the work of professionals and Porschephiles to identify—but in the rear of the car, directly over the rear axle.
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