Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S


Porsche has officialy anounced the new 911 Turbo and Turbo S which will make their official debut at the Frankfurt motor show in September.

The 911 Turbo is equipped with a new bodykit with dual tailpipes. The length has been increased by 40 mm reaching 4.490 mm, while the width is increased by 28 mm compared with the Carrera 4, reaching 1.878 mm. The wheelbase has also grown by 100mm, which now reaches 2.450 mm. It features 20 inch rims, with the 911 Turbo S, having front LED lights, which are included in the additional equipment for the 911 Turbo.

For the first time Porsche has equipped the 911 Turbo with active aerodynamics PAA (Porsche active aerodynamics). It features  an active front splitter of three stages and an active rear spoiler, which raises or descends it’s height, offering either higher or lower vertical pressure. With this system, the time at Nürburgring is improved by 2 seconds, which is below 7:30.

It also has the same guiding system of the 911 GT3, which is cooled by water and offers better driveability at corners. Mechanically it is equipped with a 3.8 liter six-cylinder turbo engine producing 520 horsepower for the 911 Turbo and 560 horsepower for the 911 Turbo S. The engine is combined exclusively with the seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic transmission with a Start/Stop system, which sends power to all four wheels, with an average fuel consumption of 9.7 l/100 km

The 0-100 km/h for the 911 Turbo with the Sport Chrono Package is completed in 3.2 seconds, while for the 911 Turbo S in 3.1 seconds, with a top speed reaching 318 km/h.

At the interior, the Turbo S is available in black/red upholstered sport seats with 18 electronic settings and memories, the back of which is made of carbon. The Bose audio system is fitted as a standard, while a Burmester sound system, the active cruise control, the license plate reading systems and more are included in the addition equipment.

The active PDCC system is included in standard equipment, which also improves the driving behavior. The sales will begin by the end of September in Germany with the 911 Turbo costing €162.055 while the 911 Turbo S  €195.256.