When Porsche’s 993 went on sale in January of 1994, it was the largest technological step forward in the 911’s 31-year history. With only 20% of the parts carried over from the previous generation, the 993 featured many firsts for the 911; a multi-link rear suspension, coil, and wishbone front suspension, and a 6-speed manual transmission to name a few. In 1995, Porsche introduced the 993 Turbo, a revolutionary car for the brand which created the template that all successive 911 Turbos have been based on. Leaning heavily on technology seen in the ultra-limited production Porsche 959, the 993 Turbo utilized twin-turbocharging as well as an advanced all-wheel-drive system both of which made the car shockingly fast while also exceptionally usable. Universally held up by car magazines at the time as one of the best performance cars available, enthusiasm for the 993 Turbo has not died down as it represents the pinnacle of air-cooled 911 development and remains a car with a classic feel that is also fast, comfortable and reliable.