European sports cars take center stage this week. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute: Weekly Recap.
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[00:00:00] European sports cars take center stage this week. I'm senior editor Greg Migliore and this is your Autoblog Minute Weekly Recap.

Porsche's 911 just got faster. The new 2017 911 Turbo and Turbo S improved both their 0-60 times and top speeds. For only 160 grand you can get your hands on the 540-hp base 911 Turbo. Not enough? Not a problem. For 28 grand more

[00:00:30] we can get you in the Turbo S. Porsche claims these new speed demons have snappier throttle response thanks to a new dynamic boost function. We simply can't wait to test this out.

Now are 1,500-hp French hypercars more your thing? A new spy shot of the Bugatti Chiron surfaced this week, giving us a great look at the car ahead of its premiere at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Hints of the Vision Gran Turismo concept and the Veyron can be seen in the Chiron styling. We can't wait to get

[00:01:00] a closer look at what Bugatti is calling the "the most powerful, the fastest, the most luxurious, and the most exclusive production super sports car."

The rumor mill is working overtime with talk of a Fiat 124 Spider. The Italian two-seater just debuted at the LA Auto Show and there's already buzz of a potential Abarth model. Will it have carbon fiber? 200 or more hp? Fiat's official stance on the matter for now is maybe. Abarth or not, it's great that Fiat is back in the sports car game.

[00:01:30] Those are the highlights from the week that was. Be sure to come back this Saturday for my full recap where I'll have plenty of insight into Volvo's new S90. For Autoblog, I'm Greg Migliore.

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