Porsche purists may have moaned when all 911s adopted the wide hips previously limited to all-wheel drive models but rest easy, for the 911 Turbo S is wider still. Porsche stretched the front track 1.65 inches in front and 0.4 inches in back to accommodate the wider rear tires. Combine the wider hips and front fenders with our tester’s 0.4-inch drop in ride height, and the Turbo S cuts a distinct visual profile compared to the standard Carrera. Other Turbo S touches include the adjustable rear spoiler, which harkens back to the whale tails of old, as well as four square exhaust tips that jut out from the back bumper.