An updated Porsche 911 Turbo will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show early next year. On the eve of the world premiere, some details about the new model were declassified. The changes affected both design and technical characteristics.
Both the 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S sports cars will be available in bodiescoupeand convertible. .
Each of them is under the hoodsixvolume of 3.8 liters. The power was increased to 540 and 580 hp. with. respectively.
The engines are equipped with a dynamic boost function, which allows the motor to react almost without delay to pressing the accelerator pedal - Porsche claims that this is especially felt in the S13ort and S17ort Plus modes.
The Porsche911 Turbo S Coupé is now the most dynamic coupe in the entire range, accelerating to 100 km / h in just 2.9 seconds and a top speed of 330 kilometers per hour. A regular 911 Turbo picks up a "hundred" in 3 seconds and is capable of accelerating to 318 km / h. According to the manufacturer, the fuel consumption of the models ranges from 9.
1 to 9.3 liters per 100 km.
Both new items will be offered with the S27ort Chrono Sport Package. The GT GT steering wheel from the 918 S33yder will have buttons to switch between four modes - Normal, S37ort, Sport Plus and In22idual. Also in the basic configuration there is a Sport Response function, which allows you to use the maximum potential of the engine for twenty seconds - for example, for overtaking.
Porsche Stability Management (PSM) in the 911 Turbo models now has a new mode and is activated by a short press of a button in the center console. After that, a particularly sporty operating mode is activated, which brings you even closer to the extreme dynamic possibilities - for example, on the race track.
Of the interesting options, one can also note a system that reads the markings, as well as the function of raising the front axle to increase ground clearance - it works at low speeds.
In the photo: Porsche 911 Turbo S Convertible
The design elements of both models are reminiscent of the exterior of the updated Carrera presented by this autumn in Frankfurt. This also applies to the narrow LED headlights, the front grille, the three-dimensional taillights, and the silhouette in general.
The Turbo has 20-inch rims - the same size as the Turbo S, and the wheel width has increased by half an inch.
In the photo: coupe and convertible Porsche 911 Turbo