Automation can be scary for those who enjoy interacting with their automobile. I was hesitant to engage SuperCruise on the latest Cadillac CT6, but it performed flawlessly on the interstate. Porsche unveiled a similar system on the Panamera in 2018, and now it has been perfected. So we’re happy to see the Porsche 911 Turbo S will arrive with InnoDrive.
This optional system uses 360-degree HD cameras, radar, and powerful graphics hardware to control several systems. When engaged, the driver allows the new Porsche 911 Turbo S to hold the center of the lane. Not only in traffic or in a straight line, but it will also maneuver through the corners on its own. Depending on driving mode, it will command the PDK transmission to shift up or down. Up if you are Eco mode to maximize fuel savings. When it sees no obstacles ahead, your friend will drop a gear in Sport mode. All the while, adaptive cruise will brake and accelerate to your desired distance. As soon as this situation clears we will have a thorough review, so stay with us for all your Porsche news.