In the new 911 Turbo, our engineers have redeveloped 90 % of the components and again provided a new reference. With greater engine power, with the improved Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), which now comes as standard, much more standard equipment and thermal management. Expectations have been...Les mer
There can be no doubt about the origin of the new 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 previous models are designed to look especially powerful. Height and overhangs have...Les mer
The heart of the new 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. The fact that fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are, nevertheless, up to 16 % lower is thanks, amongst other things, to the...Les mer
It sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 sec- onds. Yet the 911 Turbo S also stands for great composure. It sounds paradoxical at first but it is made believable by the playful ease with which the S model reaches its maximum performance values.
The 3.8-litre, 6-cylinder, twin-turbo engine delivers 412...Les mer
More power for less fuel. Sounds paradoxical, but it’s really quite simple. You just have to possess the nerve to question the norm.
For instance with the expansion intake manifold in the new 911 Turbo models. With a traditional resonance manifold, more air means more power. The compression effect...Les mer
All of the new 911 Turbo models are equipped as standard with the enhanced PDK featuring manual and automatic modes. The work of our engineers: they have yet again increased the speed and comfort with which gears are selected. For the driver, this means even faster gear changes without interrupting...Les mer
Thanks to the new 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...Les mer
Objective I: to make the drag coefficient as low as possible. Objective II: to set a new standard for downforce. With the new Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA).
For the first time at Porsche, in the new 911 Turbo models, we have used active aerodynamics as a combination of a multi- stage adjustable...Les mer