The legacy of excellence continues
That it's even faster than Porsche claims. And that it might well be the most complete 911 Turbo there's ever been. Which is clearly two things, but both are important. I'll tell you about the speed later, but first,
It delights the senses
Yep, it's the cabriolet version of the new, road-crushing 911 Turbo S. And, as is the tradition with these things, it's a little bit heavier-69.8kg, to be precise-than the coupe thanks to the additional bracing and
But there's still room for improvement
Taken objectively, the last Porsche 911 Turbo was all the sports car you'd ever need. Its jet speed and surefooted handling combined with all the boring-but-true facts about being reliable and easy to live to make it nigh on
Up to 30kg can be removed
The new Porsche 911 Turbo S made its debut virtual debut after the Geneva International Motor Show's cancellation earlier this month. The performance claims are predictably loopy, with 641hp, a 330kph top speed, and a 0-100kph time of 2.7sec.
How does 0-100kph in 2.7 seconds sound like to you?
The Geneva International Motor Show must go on, and so-undeterred by the show halls bolting shut thanks to COVID-19-Porsche has shown the new 911 Turbo S via an online reveal.A bit of distance from it is perhaps wise,
And how race-car drivers are made
The Media Driving Academy is an exclusive program under Porsche Asia Pacific, aimed to teach and raise the driving skills of journalists and to allow them to experience the performance of Porsche cars through a number of driving exercises, underlining the technology
Limited to 500 units globally
The current 911 Turbo S with its 580hp turbocharged engine is an impressive piece of machinery. But knowing Porsche, its designers and engineers were already busy working on something even more special and exclusive. The company has just pulled the wraps of
Let us count the ways
We recently got behind the wheel of many new Porsche 911s. They were all turbos, but in Porsche world, there are turbos, and there are Turbos. Here are nine things we learned about the latest iteration of the iconic sports car:1.
With uprated power and more goodies
Comfortable cruiser, sports car, track weapon. Very seldom do these traits come together in one package. In fact, you usually find one or two of them in a car, but never all three at the same time. This is what the 2016
What does it include?
The Porsche 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S, in standard forms, are already highly desirable performance cars. Launched in the Philippines early last year by PGA Cars, these two 911 models rank high up the list of car guys who want the
We break down the difference
The Porsche 911 Turbo S has been around for 21 years now. The German sports carmaker squeezed more speed out of the standard Turbo by tweaking the engine management and fitting a revised intercooler and larger turbos for more horsepower--but at
What happened to good ol' German reliability?
Porsches are known to be reliable--so reliable that a recall of one of its products is a very, very rare occurrence. So when Porsche announced that it is recalling close to 2,000 units of its high performance models, you can
100kph in 3.3 seconds? Why not?<br />
Porsche's iconic 911 Turbo just got hotter as the German carmaker recently revealed the go-faster 911 Turbo S.Scheduled to make its production debut at the 2010 Geneva International Motor Show this March, the all-wheel drive 911 Turbo
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