If you simply log onto Porsche's website, you aren't given the opportunity to customize the new-for-2010 911 Turbo. However, thanks to the arcane keystrokes of AB reader Matt, the Turbo configurator has been discovered, and you can play with it... at least until Porsche disables it.

To play: go to the 911 C4S configurator and click "Models," then "From Scratch," then choose the 911, and then choose any one of the 13 variants offered. A pre-configured car will come up, choose "View Configuration," then "Customize," then "Accept Changes," and voilà! a Porsche Turbo canvas awaits your tasteful palette. You can't change the red interior color, however.

It's a little work, sure, but it's a Porsche Turbo of your very own – and besides, what else were you really going to do with your Friday night?

[Source: Porsche]

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