The 911 Turbo models are equipped as standard with Bi-Xenon™ headlights including a headlight cleaning system and dynamic range control – for an even illumination of the road ahead – and also the Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS).
The dynamic cornering light function swivels the main headlights towards the inside of a bend.
LED daytime running lights are integrated into the front light units.
LED main headlights incorporating Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus) are available as standard for the 911 Turbo S and the 911 Turbo S Cabriolet (available as an option for the 911 Turbo models). The inner workings of each headlight consist of two housings arranged at different levels – and certainly make an impression.
The LED light is very bright, thus ensuring better illumination of the road ahead. Thanks to optimised near-side and distance lights and the daylight-like coloring and reduced scatter of the light, the eyes become tired less quickly than with other systems.
Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus (PDLS Plus) is combined with the LED main headlights. In addition to all of the functions provided by PDLS, PDLS Plus also has high beam assistant. Dynamic main beam control is activated at speeds in excess of 37 mph and identifies the lights of the car in front as well as oncoming vehicles. The intensity and range of the light cone can then be individually adapted to the current situation.
Daytime running lights are integrated into each headlight in the form of four LED spots encircled by a light ring.
The front light units of the 911 Turbo models incorporate LED direction indicators and position lights. Automatic headlight activation is also included as standard. The moment it gets dark, the dipped headlights switch on automatically.
LED technology is also used for the rear driving lights, the high-level third brake light, the side and rear direction indicators, the licence plate illumination and the rear fog light. For powerful illumination and a fast response.
In the event of sudden braking, the adaptive LED brake lights begin to pulsate. If the vehicle is braked to a halt, the hazard warning lights will switch on automatically. The lighting system features an automatic switch-off and the ‘Welcome Home’ function.