Six cylinders. Rear engine. In a boxer arrangement. There are some principles from which we never deviate. Because the typical Porsche construction and the position of the drive unit guarantee very good load changing, excellent balancing of masses, a low-vibration drive and a low centre of gravity....Learn more
All of the 911 Turbo models are equipped as standard with PDK featuring manual and automatic modes. PDK delivers remarkably fast gear changes without interrupting the flow of power. With excellent acceleration values and low consumption. With the same high level of comfort.
PDK has seven gears at...Learn more
Porsche Traction Management (PTM) with water-cooled front-axle gearbox is standard in all 911 Turbo models. It is an active all-wheel-drive system with an electronically variable map-controlled multi-plate clutch, automatic brake differential (ABD) and anti-slip regulation (ASR).
And it delivers the...Learn more
The variable turbine geometry of the twin water-cooled exhaust gas turbochargers goes a long way to resolving the conflict of aims of normal turbochargers. With this technology, the gas flow from the engine is channeled onto the turbines via electronically adjustable guide vanes. By changing the...Learn more
VarioCam Plus is a two-in-one engine concept that adjusts the camshafts on the inlet side and controls valve lift.
The system distinguishes between normal everyday and maximum power requirements and adapts to the corresponding conditions. The switchover is performed imperceptibly by the electronic...Learn more
More power for less fuel. Sounds paradoxical, but it’s really quite simple. You just have to have the nerve to question the norm.
For instance with the expansion intake manifold in the 911 Turbo models. With a traditional resonance manifold, more air means more power. The compression effect in the...Learn more
The thermal management system regulates the temperature in the engine and gearbox through the intelligent manipulation of heat flow. In this way, the engine and gearbox reach their optimum operating temperature sooner. As a result, fuel consumption is reduced by means of the...Learn more
The coasting function enables you to save even more fuel where the situation allows. The engine is decoupled from the transmission to prevent deceleration caused by engine braking. In this way, optimum use is made of the vehicle’s momentum, allowing it to coast for longer distances.
For example, you...Learn more
Fitted as standard, the SPORT button enables you to select a suspension setup where the emphasis is on either comfort or sporty performance. At the push of a button, the electronic engine management system switches the engine mapping to offer an even sharper response. In conjunction...Learn more
Standard in all 911 Turbo models: PTV Plus. The system actively enhances vehicle dynamics and stability and operates, in conjunction with an electronic rear differential lock, by varying the distribution of torque applied to the rear wheels.
As a function of steering angle and steering speed,...Learn more
The laws of physics are a fixed quantity. We cannot change them. But we can use them. To reach our destinations faster, for instance.
You will take bends more precisely with the dynamic engine mounts as part of the Sport Chrono Package. The electronically controlled system minimises the oscillations...Learn more
In the latest generation of the 911 Turbo, our engineers have redeveloped 90 % of the components and again provided a reference. With greater engine power, with Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK), fitted as standard in all models, a considerably more comprehensive standard specification and thermal...Learn more
There can be no doubt about the origin of the 911 Turbo. In its form, proportions and lines, it is clearly a Porsche. The wings are higher than the front lid; the 28 extra millimetres at the back compared to the previous generation are designed to look especially powerful. Height and overhangs have...Learn more
The interior is focused on just one thing: the driver. All of the information comes together behind the steering wheel. The rising central console is impressive with an intelligent operating concept and clever ergonomics.
A classic reference is provided by the five round instruments with the rev...Learn more
The heart of the 911 models is the 3.8-liter boxer twin-turbo engine with variable turbine geometry (VTG). It sits in the rear and provides more power than ever before. In all models, power is transmitted to the road by Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) and Porsche Traction Management (PTM) active...Learn more
It sprints from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. Yet the 911 Turbo S also stands for great composure. It sounds paradoxical at first but it is made believable by the playful ease with which the S model reaches its maximum performance values.
The 3.8-litre, 6-cylinder, twin-turbo engine delivers 560 hp...Learn more