Porsche Turbo 911 this occurred at the 1974 Paris motor show. This vehicle’s power and presence proved to be a sensation. Once again, our engineers have achieved something really special. Staying true to the 911 Turbo and its resolute lineage of development – and yet simultaneously reinventing it. is a vehicle with looks that leave us speechless. Quickening the pulse of time. Without gimmickry. Without taking over the limelight.
Porsche Turbo 911 Engine
The Porsche Turbo 911 models, this is the 3.8-liter, twin-turbo six-cylinder engine at the rear. The engine of the 911 has the typical horizontally opposed arrangement for excellent balancing of masses and low vibration. The engine comes in two power levels. In the 911 Turbo and the 911 Turbo Cabriolet, it delivers 397 kW (540 hp). By deploying larger turbochargers and electronics further optimized for performance, the 911 Turbo S models have 427 kW (580 hp) available. Despite achieving an increase in performance compared to the previous generation, fuel consumption and CO2 emissions are remarkably low. Together these help deliver the 911 Turbo driving experience.
Porsche Turbo 911 Design
To the rear, the rear lid grille with vertical slats attracts admiring glances. As do the three-dimensional taillights, the reflector units integrated into the air outlets and the powerfully shaped twin tailpipes. The interior is just as dynamic as the exterior, thanks to, among other features, the next-generation steering wheel. Making the emotions associated with motorsport tangible, the new GT sports steering wheel is derived from the 918 Spyder super sports car. It comes with gearshift paddles for ergonomic gear changes, a MODE switch for four different driving modes and, as an option, multifunction controls. Porsche Turbo 911 models pure unadulterated Porsche. Stylistically, this is the direction we pursue. Our true face. Sporty. Distinctive. Bestowing a glimpse of eternity.