|Power||412 kW (560 hp) at 6,500 - 6,750|
|Acceleration from 0 - 100 km/h (0 - 62 mph)||3.2 secs with SPORT PLUS|
|Top speed||318 km/h|
|Fuel consumption Combined in l/100 km||9.9|
|CO2 emissions in g/km||231|
In the latest generation of the 911 Turbo, our engineers have redeveloped 90 % of the components and again provided a reference. With greater engine power, with Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), fitted as standard in all models, a considerably more comprehensive standard specification and thermal...Read more
There can be no doubt about the origin of the 911 Turbo. In its form, proportions and lines, it is clearly a Porsche. The wings are higher than the front lid; the 28 extra millimetres at the back compared to the previous generation are designed to look especially powerful. Height and overhangs have...Read more
The heart of the 911 models is the 3.8-litre boxer twin-turbo engine with variable turbine geometry (VTG). It sits in the rear and provides more power than ever before. In all models, power is transmitted to the road by Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) and Porsche Traction Management (PTM) active...Read more
In the 911 Turbo Cabriolet and 911 Turbo S Cabriolet, the optimum conditions for an intense open air experience are created not only by the fabric hood and electrically powered wind deflector, but also by the performance capabilities of the 3.8-litre twin-turbo engines. Their power and torque...Read more
The variable turbine geometry of the twin water-cooled exhaust gas turbochargers goes a long way to resolving the conflict of aims of normal turbochargers. With this technology, the gas flow from the engine is channelled onto the turbines via electronically adjustable guide vanes. By changing the...Read more
VarioCam Plus is a two-in-one engine concept that adjusts the camshafts on the inlet side and controls valve lift.
The system distinguishes between normal everyday and maximum power requirements and adapts to the corresponding conditions. The switchover is performed imperceptibly by the electronic...Read more
Thanks to the rear-axle steering which is fitted as standard, everyday practicability and performance have both been equally increased. The system consists of two electromechanical actuators fitted on the rear axle instead of the conventional tie rod. It therefore steers the rear wheels of the 911...Read more
Objective I: to make the drag coefficient as low as possible. Objective II: to set a new standard for downforce. With the Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA).
For the first time at Porsche, in the 911 Turbo models, we have used active aerodynamics as a combination of a multi-stage adjustable front...Read more
Developed in a wind tunnel and made for relative wind: the 911 Turbo Cabriolet models have an electric wind deflector as standard equipment. This ensures that you can drive with the top down and a low drag coefficient. And with minimal wind noise.
Manually fitting and removing the wind deflector? No...Read more
The speed limit indicator is available as an option for all models. A camera in the rear-view mirror housing identifies traffic signs such as speed limits or overtaking restrictions and the end of such restrictions. Speed limit and overtaking restrictions are shown on the colour...Read more
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