The 911 Turbo S represents the peak of the iconic 911 design language, with every detail optimised for an even more extreme expression of performance.
The new generation Coupé and Cabriolet models offer 650 PS (478 kW) for unprecedented power delivery, heightened dynamic responses and greater comfort.
A new flat-six, 3.8-litre engine with twin turbochargers is the beating heart of the car and delivers 70 PS (51 kW) more than its predecessor. The maximum torque now reaches 800 Nm (an increase of 50 Nm). The eight-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) double-clutch automatic transmission has been custom-tailored to transfer the higher torque forces of the Turbo. Overall, the yardstick sprint from 0-62 mph now takes just 2.7 seconds (a reduction of 0.2 seconds), while the top speed is unchanged at 205 mph.
The front design language is a reference to Porsche history – and yet is refreshingly modern. True to Porsche design DNA, form has always followed function. The unique front end with black air blades is as functional as it is aesthetically striking, with seamless integration of variable cooling vanes, as well as camera and sensors for the driver assistance systems.
The rear of the 911 Turbo S body has an unmistakably powerful design. Its muscular shoulders with characteristic side air intakes, in particular, emphasise its sporting genes and are a feature that has its roots in the very first 911 Turbo models. Equally, the distinctive rear spoiler provides unmistakable visual differentiation and hints unambiguously to the performance of the engine beneath it.
New and yet a nod to the previous 911 generations: the horizontal lines of the interior. The driver focused layout, with its ascending centre console decoupled from the dashboard, provides optimum access to all the main functions at all times. The standard fit Sport Chrono Package with mode switch allows easy and instant access to several driving modes, to set the car up perfectly for any situation. The quilted seat centres and quilted door panels are a reference to 911 history: the interior of the first 911 Turbo models was produced in this elaborate fashion.
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