There's not much I can add here to 212 and Vitalone's excellent reports.
Personally I was very impressed by the 911E, once I had found out how to not start it in 3rd gear on a gravel slope...
. The E, to me, feels like it is dancing on the tarmac, very light, it moves around and the steering wheel is never stationary. Whilst it was too light at the front on the first day, the adjustment of tyre pressures transformed it into a fantastic handling machine, not too powerful, but with plenty of power to keep you fully entertained on the twisties. The Franschoek pass and the 911E will be forever etched in my memory. A truly wonderful driving experience.
Awesome power and incredible fun over (and under!) 4,000 rpm. It has incredible presence on the road and whilst it is lethal in the wrong hands, can also work as a very drivable car under the turbo kick in. Extremely comfortable, effortless for long drives and surprisingly agile in the bends. An iconic 911. I enjoyed every mile in the Turbo, but given the choice I would probably opt for the lower powered 911E, for sheer handling fun.
Planted and solid are the words that come to mind. Very capable, lovely short throw gearbox and definitely a car you could drive everyday. With the roof off, on a warm summers evening, and with 80's music setting the mood, I couldn't think of a better way to drive home though Cape Town after dinner last week!
I enjoyed this car from both the inside and outside. Chasing the GTS (in the 911E) through the Franschoek pass was like a scene from a movie. The Pininfarina lines are simply (and I admit, subjectively) the most beautiful lines one could imagine. With the targa roof removed it looks perfect on the road. In the drivers seat, it was the car that I was most comfortable in, in terms of knowing what it will do in the corners, under braking etc (but then it is what I am used to). Absolutely sweet handling, a lot more room for error with the mid engined Ferrari to any of the rear engined Ps, and simply devine through the corners, holding a tight line and powering out the other side ready for the next hairpin, dab the breaks, drop a gear, nicely balanced, power on, and here we go again!! I loved it.