Full details of the new Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S have been unveiled. Both of the models are powered by fix twin turbocharged 3.8 litre engines. The turbo produces 512 brake horsepower whilst the Turbo S produces 552 brake horsepower.
The new Porsche Turbo and Turbo S performance figures match some of the quickest vehicles on the road
The performance figures can match up to even some of the very fastest cars on the road, the Turbo can do the 0-62 miles per hour sprint in 3.3 seconds and the Turbo S completes the same in 3.1 seconds. The Turbo S even boasts a 0-62 mile per hour time identical to the 12C from Mclaren.
Both of the models are available with a PDK seven speed transmission only. They both also come with the same rear wheeling system which is found on the 991 GT3, which helps improve the stability and agility of the vehicle when driving at particularly high speeds. New to the Porsche 911 Turbo, is an active aerodynamic system that features a front spoiler that can be retracted and a movable rear wing.
The Turbo and Turbo S are easily marked out from other 911’s not just because of the aerodynamic bodykit but by the huge rear wheelarches aswell. These are 28mm wider than the Carrera 4’s, which are also 22 mm wider than the standard Carrera vehicle.
The Porsche 911 Turbo has a starting price of £18,349, whilst the Turbo S has a starting price of £140,852. The Turbo S comes with Ceramic brakes, active anti roll system (PDCC) and a Sport Chrono Packaga, which include dynamic engine mounts as standard.
Standard equipment on the Turbo include 20 inch alloy wheels, leather interior upholstery, a Bose stereo, automatic climate control and PASM active suspension.
The new Porsche 911 models are available to order right now
Both models are available now to order, the first deliveries in the United Kingdom will take place in September this year.