Uncluttered by a fixed wing to hold down its tail or gaping side vents to force-feed its engine, the naturally aspirated, 355-horsepower 2007 Porsche 911 Carrera S is clean and gorgeous in a way the more powerful 911 GT3 isn’t and the turbocharged 911s can’t be.
Then, when you finally get to drive the thing, it gets better. And better. And better.
Everything in a 911, from the power window switches to the shifter and especially the steering, operates with astonishing immediacy. And that means after about 10 minutes of acclimation, controlling the car becomes instinctive; the driver stops thinking about what he wants the car to do and just trusts the car to do what it should.
That’s good because things happen fast in the 911 Carrera S.
Source: Inside Line