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Porsche 911 Turbo S (Limited Edition)

I don't know how long this post will survive since I didn't ask permission to use these photo's, but I'm hoping the photographer Nino Batista will have some sympathy for my small Blog, and let me get away with just posting his link. Now If you like cars, then you should definitely head on over to Nino's Facebook page, this guy's pix are truly amazing.
As far as luxury sports cars go, or any vehicle for that matter, the Porsche 911 Turbo S (Edition 918 Spyder) has got to be #1 on the BL*EEN list. 
The acid green accent on black base makes this car beautiful to watch both moving and standing still, but don't take my word for it check out the pictures. Oh and if you're looking for spec's and pricing it's at the end.
Vehicle Specs
Base Price:   $160,700
Engine:   3.8-liter twin-turbocharged F-6
Horsepower:   530 hp @ 6,250 rpm
Torque:   516 lb-ft @ 2,100 rpm
Transmission:   7-speed PDK
0–60 mph:   3.1 seconds with Sport Plus
Top Speed:   195 mph
Weight:   3,494 lb
Length:   176 inches
Tires:   Front: 235/35R-19, Rear: 305/30R-19


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