For the last 45 years, the Porsche 911 Turbo has been the ideal high-performance sports vehicle with daily practicality. Following the debut of the 911 Turbo S, Porsche has released the next generation of 911 Turbo Coupé and Cabriolets, which are even more powerful, quicker, and more unique.
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Faster, wider, more dynamic
The Porsche 911 Turbo outperforms its predecessor in acceleration while maintaining the same high speed
The Coupé and Cabriolet breach the three-second barrier for 0-100 km/h with the timing of 2.8 seconds, thanks to 427 kW (580 hp), which is 30 kW (40 hp) higher than the predecessor (0.2 seconds faster). Quick sprints are considerably more spontaneous and easy with 750 Nm of torque (40 Nm more) and no overboost time restriction.
As a result, the new Porsche 911 Turbo has the same acceleration, power output, and torque as the previous generation 911 Turbo S. An eight-speed PDK gearbox with a Turbo-specific setup handles power transfer. The top speed stayed at 320 km/h (200 mph).
The sports vehicles are following in some illustrious footsteps: since its introduction in 1975, the Porsche Turbo has been linked with elegance and performance. Each iteration has lived up to its reputation as a global standard for high-performance sports vehicles.
Sportiness meets daily usage, emotionality meets dependability, and dynamic performance meets efficiency in the 911 Turbo. The current edition of the 2+2 is more than twice as powerful as the original Turbo, which had a single turbocharger and a 260 hp three-liter six-cylinder engine.
A wider body and improved aerodynamics
Despite the fact that the 911 Turbo has gotten quicker, bigger, and more comfortable over time, its core qualities have remained constant.
The Porsche 911 Turbo’s look has been beefed up even further. To accommodate the new chassis, the body has been expanded by 45 mm to 1,840 mm over the front axle. The redesigned bonnet, which has a prominent swage line, emphasizes the car’s athletic nature. The road is illuminated by LED headlights with PDLS Plus as standard.
The body is now 1.90 meters wide at the back axle (plus 20 millimeters). The improved adaptive aerodynamics with regulated cooling air flaps at the front, a bigger active front spoiler, and a substantially larger changeable rear spoiler are further defining elements of the new 911 Turbo.
The new louvered rear lid grille with silver trim strips, as well as the continuous light bar with LED tail lights, complete the rear end design.
Improved road handling and stability
Thanks to an increased 42 millimeters of front track width and new 20-inch 255/35 tires, the front axle now steers even more accurately. PTM’s dynamic all-wheel control may now send even more power to the front wheels.
Ten millimeters of greater track width, as well as 315/30 tires on 21-inch wheels – one inch more than the front axle – improve traction at the dynamically steered rear axle. The upgraded braking system is considerably stronger, as shown by the standard red fixed calipers.
The front grey cast iron brake discs now have a diameter of 408 millimeters (plus 28 millimeters) and a thickness of 36 millimeters (plus 2 mm). Brake discs with a thickness of 30 millimeters and a diameter of 380 millimeters are used on the rear axle.
For the first time, a sports exhaust system with two oval tailpipes is offered as an option on the Porsche 911 Turbo. While the normal PASM chassis gives a wider range of sportiness and comfort, the much stiffer, ten millimeters lower, electronically controlled sports suspension helps the new 911 Turbo’s quickness.
Its setup aims to improve driving dynamics and give even more stability in high-speed driving situations, such as when the car is utilized on a racing circuit. The hydraulic active anti-roll stabilization (PDCC) and ceramic brake system (PCCB) with ten-piston fixed calipers at the front further improve driving dynamics.
Optional packages to enhance the driving experience
The new optional Lightweight Design package and Sport package may further enhance the vehicle’s look and performance. The Coupé’s weight is reduced by 30 kg thanks to the Lightweight Design package. This is made feasible, among other things, by the use of lightweight full bucket seats, the removal of the rear seats, lightweight glass, and minimal insulation.
As a result, drivers will be able to appreciate the engine sound even more directly. The Porsche Turbo Sport Design package is included in the Sport package, as well as extra black applications, carbon parts, and Exclusive Design tail lights.
The new interior’s core parts are the same as those seen in 911 Carrera vehicles equipped with Porsche Advanced Cockpit and Direct Touch Control. The PCM’s center screen has grown to 10.9 inches and, owing to its revolutionary design, can be used rapidly and without interruption.
Fully electrically controlled 14-way sports seats, Sport Chrono package, a GT sports steering wheel with shift paddles, multifunction and mode switches, as well as the BOSE Surround Sound System with strong sound are among the high-quality and comprehensive features.
Porsche InnoDrive with adaptive cruise control, Lane Keeping Assist with road sign recognition, Night Vision Assist, Surround View, and the Burmester High-End Surround Sound System are just a few of the options available for additional customization of the Porsche 911 Turbo.