We haven't been able to perform our mph highway fuel-economy testbut we'll update this story with test results when we do.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo As with turbo option type models, the Turbo and Turbo S will technically be four-seaters, although the rear seats won't be usable by adults. The cabin will likely mirror that of the entry-level Carrera models but with racier trim, more expensive options, and plenty of standard technology features such as reconfigurable digital gauge displays.
The comes with a front trunk which holds two carry-on suitcases and the rear-seat backs fold forward to create a large flat cargo area in the coupe model; in our testing, we were able to fit six carry-on cases behind the front seats.
A premium audio system from Turbo option type is standard, and we expect a Burmester stereo to be optional, too, along with a Wi-Fi hotspot, SiriusXM satellite radio, and Apple CarPlay capability; Android Auto has so far been omitted from the features list for all of Porsche's models. We know that the Carrera can be ordered with several high-tech driver-assistance features and we expect those items to make their way to Turbo and Turbo S models as well.
Warranty and Maintenance Coverage Porsche's warranty coverage is pretty standard for the segment, and the first maintenance visit is covered free of charge.