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“…It remains a rear-wheel-drive car most of the time, with an appropriate proportion of power to the front axle when needed”
"...Any more power, and it would start troubling the vastly more expensive still Cayenne Turbo S"
“As far as I’m concerned, there is no better sounding turbocharged car. The GT R makes a colossal noise…”
“…it’s sensationally loud. At urban speeds, I reckon this is louder than a C63”
“…Steering, gears, pedals (are) extremely tactile. They’re all equally joyous to use, and work off each other perfectly”
“I’ve never driven a smoother diesel. There is noise, or rather an awareness of noise of the V12…”