This is is the new updated Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S which will be available to buy in both coupe and cabriolet form. It will make its world debut at the Detroit Motorshow in January 2016.

Following on from the updates to the normal new 911 Carrera (a normal 911? is there such a thing?), both the new Turbo and Turbo S get a boost in bhp. Both cars are producing 20bhp more than the previous models so the standard Turbo produces 540 hp from its 3.8 litre flat 6 engine. This power increase comes from redesigned inlet ports in the cylinder head, new injectors and a higher fuel pressure.

911 Turbo S

The 911 Turbo S gets 2 new turbochargers which help the engine produce a mighty 580 hp.

As standard both cars are equipped with the new GT sports steering wheel and the Porsche new infotainment system. This system gives you real time traffic information plus online navigation.

The new GT steering wheel is 360mm in diameter and takes its design inspiration from the 918 Spyder.  It has the new rotary mode switch on the steering wheel which has four positions for the driver which are : Normal, Sport, Sport Plus and Individual.  Another feature of the new 911 turbo is the Sport Chrono package with its additional Sports Response button. When you press this button the vehicle will give you maximum acceleration for 20 seconds.

From the front of the car you will notice the nice, but subtle, visual upgrades consisting of: New headlights, LED daytime running lights, redesigned front bumper, front air vents and new door handles.

At the rear Porsche have re-engineered the rear bodywork which includes: New rear bumpers with air vents for cooling the engine, completely redesigned exhaust system with dual tailpipes. and the rear engine lid cover is redesigned which now features longitudinal vents.

Following on from the new facelifted 911 Carrera it also has the new three dimensional style rear lights (or as Porsche call them “Aura-Style” illumination).

911 Turbo S 911 Turbo S

We Blog Any Car spec: (Turbo coupe)

  • 3.8 litre engine
  • Flat 6 cylinder engine
  • Twin turbo
  • 540 hp
  • 3.0 seconds 0-62mph
  • 198 mph max speed
  • 31 mpg
  • All wheel drive
  • 20 inch alloys wheels
  • Porsche Active Suspension Management
  • Porsche Traction control
  • Rear wheel steering
  • LED lights
  • leather seats (front sports seats)
  • 14 way adjustment electric sports seats
  • Porsche Active Suspension
  • Revering camera
  • Front and rear parking sensors
  • Bose audio
  • Porsche Vehicle Tracking anti theft system
  • New infotainment system, satellite navigation with online navigation
  • Apple Car Play®
  • £126,925.00 911 Turbo coupe on the road
  • £135,766.00 911 Turbo cabriolet on the road

Porsche 911 Turbo dash Porsche 911 Turbo inside

Porsche 911 Turbo S spec same as above with

  • 3.8 litre engine
  • Flat 6 cylinder engine
  • Twin turbo
  • 580 bhp
  • 2.9 seconds 0 to 62 mph
  • 205 mph top speed
  • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control.  (compensates for body roll)
  • Porsche ceramic brake discs
  • 2 tone leather sports front seats
  • 18 way adjustment on the seats
  • £145,773.00 911 Turbo S Coupe on the road
  • £154,614.00 911 Turbo S Cabriolet on the road

On sale from today with deliveries late January 2016.

We Blog Any Car thoughts…………

With performance of 0 to 62 mph in only 3.0 seconds, or 2.9 for the Turbo S.  A top speed of 198 mph, 205 mph for the Turbo S, this is a blistering supercar performance from a car that you can use everyday.

In our opinion…….Porsche philosophy is spot on.  Re-engineer, re-design, constantly looking for ways to improve.  It could be the handling or the performance, but they do not compromise the day-to-day usability of the car.

We know that owners will still have fun with this car 25 years from now and that they will still be able to use it as their main means of transport.  There aren’t many +200 mph cars on the market that you can do that with.

An extremely brilliant car has been re-engineered even better!

911 Turbo Cabriolet


 Check out this short video of the 911 turbo on the new We Blog Any Car You Tube channel. Click on the words Porsche 911 Turbo below.






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