There can be no doubt about the origin of the 911 Turbo. In its form, proportions and lines, it is clearly a Porsche. The fenders are higher than the front lid; the 1.1 inches wider body compared to the previous generation are designed to look especially powerful. Height and overhangs have been reduced, while the wheelbase is 3.9 inches longer, improving stability and stretching the roof line. The 911 Turbo models look more powerful and even more sporty.
A typical feature of the 911 Turbo is the rear fender. Together with adaptive spoiler at the front, it forms the Porsche Active Aerodynamics system (PAA).
The design of the 911 Turbo is also setting standards as a Cabriolet. With both form and function: integrated supporting magnesium elements make the fabric roof light and extremely stable. And, not least, they help retain the distinctive form of the 911.
The 20-inch wheels on all models are forged and designed in a high-quality two-tone look. The standard wheels at the front and rear of the 911 Turbo S are half an inch wider than on the 911 Turbo models and have a central locking device derived from motorsport.
Another standard feature on the 911 Turbo S models is the nose panel with additional air blades and the SportDesign exterior mirrors with V-shaped base. Their delicate appearance proves that sportiness isn’t just a question of power. Because you can save on material – and gain in looks.
The LED main headlights includes Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus) are another example of the high standards we set in the design of the 911 Turbo models. They use little energy and give the S models an even more memorable look, as standard. They are also available as an option for the 911 Turbo and the 911 Turbo Cabriolet.