The 911 Turbo:
Our engineers like to talk about the perfect sports car. Incredible performance, whilst being comfortable and fully suitable for everyday use. The new 911 Turbo models continue this philosophy.
911 Turbo Cabriolet
The 911 Turbo:
911 Turbo Cabriolet *
Verbrauch/ Emissionen WLTP *
Porsche 911 Turbo: Standard consumption (l/100km) 11.1 ; CO2 emissions combined 254 (g/km); CO2 emissions from the fuel and / or the power supply 62 (g/km); Efficiency category: G
Porsche 911 Turbo Convertible: Standard consumption (l/100km)12.5 - 12.1 ; CO2 emissions combined 257(g/km); CO2 emissions from the fuel and / or the power supply 64 (g/km); Efficiency category: G
The 911 Turbo models feature incredible performance combined with breath-taking driving dynamics. Even though the basic engine layout has not changed, every detail has been optimised, honed and refined.
For example, larger exhaust turbochargers and piezo injectors are used for the first time. Exhaust manifolds derived from the 911 GT2 RS improve responsiveness and efficiency, thanks to optimised flow ratios.
Charge-air cooling and engine air intake have been completely redesigned. Previously, air for the intercooler was supplied via side air intakes in the rear wings and the aspirated engine air via a tailgate grille. This principle has been swapped over in the new 911 Turbo models. This can also be seen from an additional two-tract air outlet for the intercoolers between the tailpipes in the rear apron. This enables more efficient air flow and charge-air cooling – and thus more power.
The result: impressive. In the 911 Turbo, the unit delivers 427kW (580PS). The sprint performances are excellent. The 911 Turbo reaches 62mph in 2.8 seconds and 124mph in 9.7 seconds. Top speed: 198mph in the 911 Turbo.
Never been up for discussion.
How do you further develop a design that was already almost perfect with the first draft over 45 years ago? It’s difficult, of course. Impossible? Is not part of our designers’ vocabulary, nor our engineers’. So they just keep going, relentlessly looking for the perfect design for the perfect sports car. The good news: they found it.
First things first: the rear. Because this is where the heart of every 911 has beaten since 1963 and the heart of every 911 Turbo since 1974: the horizontally opposed engine. The rear of the new 911 Turbo models is powerfully designed: it is wider. 20mm wider than previous models, to be precise. The rear wings have a particularly powerful design. Another distinguishing feature that has characterised the 911 Turbo since the very first model. The rear is clear and precise. Straight lines, with an evident horizontal orientation. Focusing on the essentials. The rear screen appears visually extended and merges, almost seamlessly, into the tailgate grille with black slats and silver-coloured trim strips.
The front design language is a reference to Porsche history – and yet breaks new ground. It is a substantial 45mm wider. In combination with its broader track, this significantly increases stability. The wings are traditionally higher than the bonnet. Even more clearly shaped, they highlight the typical design DNA of Porsche. The bonnet’s characteristic dynamic recess profiles and straight slope to the front apron are a reference to the design language of earlier 911 models. Another typical distinguishing feature: the four-point daytime running lights and dipped beam of the new, more slanted LED main headlights.
GT sports steering wheel.
Tangible motorsport emotion: the GT sports steering wheel is fitted as standard in the new 911 Turbo. With a thumb rest and 12 o’clock marking as well as spoke trims with bolt applications, it makes clear reference to the motorsport DNA. The decorative ring surrounding the Porsche Crest is black and the shift paddles are Dark Silver. The GT sports steering wheel is covered in leather and features a crossstitched seam. On request, it is also available with Race-Tex¹ trim.
¹Race-Tex is a race-track-approved microfibre material with a high-quality look and feel, similar to suede. It has a comfortable, soft grip and offers good hold. It is durable and easy to care for.
Light design package.
The optional light design package is both practical and aesthetically appealing. It includes dimmable LEDs in the centre console, around the door handles, door storage compartments, front footwells and rear seats. You have the choice between seven lighting colours.
The fully electric Sports seats (14-way) have been completely redesigned. Seat height and backrest adjustment can be adjusted electrically, as can the fore/aft position, the lumbar support and the seat squab angle and depth. A comprehensive memory function is also included. The headrests are embossed with the ‘turbo’ or ‘turbo S’ logo. The seat backrests have quilted seat centres and backrests in leather.
The interior consistently lives up to the promise made by the exterior. Even a first glance inside reveals one of the greatest optical and digital enhancements of all generations. Uncompromising sports performance combined with comfort and exclusivity. Typical 911 Turbo.
New and yet a nod to earlier 911 generations: the horizontal lines of the interior. The concept also offers optimum access to all important functions at all times. The number of controls has been significantly reduced and everything is located within direct reach of the driver. Sports car ergonomics that also characterise the new GT sports steering wheel with multifunction controls and shift paddles.
The new 911 Turbo is fitted with 20/21-inch 911 Turbo forged alloy wheels. The wheels have a titanium-coloured two-tone finish and the wheel centres feature a Porsche Crest. Tyre sizes: 255/35 ZR 20 at the front and 315/30 ZR 21 at the rear. This guarantees high traction and lateral force potential. Also with the new 911 Turbo S with 20/21-inch 911 Turbo S wheels in a black two-tone finish. Also made of forged alloy construction, they are equipped with motorsport- proven central locking and a wheel centre with full-colour Porsche Crest. Further designs are available on request.