Porsche 911 Turbo S Vs. Ferrari 488 GTB Exhaust Sound Battle

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The dawn of a naturally aspirated supercar already came and went, and with most ...

The dawn of a naturally aspirated supercar already came and went, and with most manufacturers now only considering turbocharged engines for their top and of the line machines.

Well, it wasn’t that long ago that just about any Ferrari purist would scoff at the thought of the turbocharged stallion and yet, naturally aspirated models are starting to dwindle even in Maranello.

And Porsche, on the other hand, rarely had this issue, especially when it came to the Porsche 911 Turbo, which was by definition turbocharged, yet described by many as one of the world’s best driving machines throughout its history.

Now, even though getting these two vehicles together should mean racing them to see which is quicker, the good old fashioned exhaust battle never hurt anybody, especially when we are genuinely curious to see what type of the flavor Ferrari’s turbocharged 3.9-liter V8 has when compared to the Porsche’s 3.8-liter flat six.

The video below provides multiple angles and noise intensities, and from start-ups to hard revs, acceleration and even the few POV driving shots from which you can deduct which driver might have the better experience as far as the car’s soundtrack is concerned.

After you are done watching, let us know which of these evenly-matched supercars you would rather listen to in person.

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