The pandemic and its numerous consequences have not prevented the automotive journalist Marc Lachapelle to put a hand on a Porsche 911 Turbo S 2021. To discuss this, he was invited to the issuance of the Guide the self on QUB Radio.
Proud to measure him-even the performance data of the cars as he tries, Marc Lachapelle has, of course, could not resist the temptation of timing the powerful 911 Turbo S. “Porsche announces 2.7 seconds for the 0-100 km/h, and well, I managed, with two tests in the opposite direction, to make a 2.54 seconds for the 0-100 km/h.”
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Because the success of the 911 and the turbo does not date from yesterday, Marc Lachapelle recalls that ” The first  Turbo came out in 1975 and it is the previous year that Porsche is presented at the 24 Hours of le Mans with a car with turbo engine. […] It had become at this time there, the fastest car in the world. After that, they have won 11 times the 24 Hours of le Mans with cars strictly with turbocharged engines. “
During this broadcast, Antoine Joubert and Germain Goyer have also discussed the end of the Lincoln Continental of the same as the Dodge Journey, the announcement of the arrival of the Dodge Durango Hellcat, with the unveiling of the Kia K5 in 2021, the cancellation of the Geneva Salon 2021, and details about the Ford F-150 2021.
Anthony has also delivered his thoughts on the Polestar 1.
To conclude the show, Anthony and Germain are back on the dream that sells, first of all, the prestigious Italian manufacturer Ferrari.
Don’t miss the broadcast of the Guide to the self, every Saturday at 10 pm on QUB Radio.