When the new 991-generation 911 Carrera S made its debut at last year's Frankfurt Motor Show, Porsche
said that the new Carrera S would be a faster model than the Turbo model of the 997-era 911 it replaced. It seemed like an incredible claim, considering the power gap, but the Stuttgart-based automaker has proven the bold claim true as racing driver Timo Kluck put down an impressive lap time of 7:37.9 at the Nurburgring
. That makes it two seconds faster than the previous Turbo, leaving us salivating over the thought of how fast the new 991 Turbo will prove itself on the Nordschleife.