The right engine for your Porsche 911 4S is a matter of personal taste, masterful handling; soulful engines; indefatigable brakes; daily-driver seat comfort and ride quality; endless customization possibilities; respectable fuel economy For everyday driving, the Porsche 911 4S won’t ever be confused with a luxury coupe. The ride quality can be surprisingly stiff if you’ve got the big wheels and standard suspension. But the available PASM adaptive dampers go a long way toward delivering a genuinely livable ride. The cabin is reasonably quiet at speed, solidifying the sense that the 911 is a world-class grand-touring machine. But you really need to hit up your favorite road or local track day event to have the 911’s performance heritage shine through. The steering is quick and precise, and overall the 911 gives you a nearly unparalleled sense of control and engagement. It works better the harder you drive it. Even the Turbo, with its extensive amount of chassis and powertrain technology, feels alive. Turn into a corner and the Turbo’s nose just digs in, bites down and yanks the car toward the apex, then hurls you out the other side with freakish efficiency.