All Porsche 911s are turbocharged these days but the Turbo model is something special. For those patiently holding off for the 992 Turbo, your wait is over. Available as a coupe or cabriolet (sorry Targa lovers) and making as much power as the outgoing 991.2 Turbo S, this all-wheel drive performance classic is ready to chew up your favorite twisty road. Automotive specialist Tom Voelk finds the 911’s insulated top and Wet Mode to be particularly handy in the Pacific Northwest’s rainy conditions. And it’s $33,000 less than a Turbo S.