Porsche has gone Turbo for its all new Porsche 911 and Turbo S, both will make public debut at Detroit Motor Show 2016
Porsche plans to bring powerful turbo engines for the entire range of its Porsche 911 and S models, this change will beat the traditional rivals such as Carrera model (Standard and S). The 911 Turbo and Turbo S will get immense engine power and some surprising features. Porsche has developed its turbo models with all new PDK transmission that offers all-wheel drive on top the Porsche Traction Management.
Two Power Levels
The Turbo models have 3.8-litre twin turbo six cylinder engine with the two power variants, The 911 Turbo with its 3.8-litre engine gets 533bhp whereas Turbo model S has mighty 572bhp. Remember, engine power does come with the great performance. Both the models are equipped with new dynamic boost function, the system enables the engine to gain the power within just seconds.
Benchmark of 3.0-Seconds
Porsche has achieved the benchmark of three seconds, yes, the turbo model S gets the sprint of 0-62mph in just 2.9 seconds. Porsche has achieved another milestone by attaining a top speed of 199mph for the Turbo 911 while Turbo S gets 205mph.
You can mix and match various features with all new steering wheel, it helps to Mode Switch from Normal to Sport, to Sport Plus and Individual. The gearbox, exhaust and suspension settings get changed with the various modes.
Sophisticated Tech Features
There are some cool and innovative driving and tech features in the Turbo 911 and Turbo S models. The features include infotainment system, 7-inch touch screen, real time traffic and weather updates, smart connectivity, wifi and online navigation system. The radar-based line change assist is another stunning tech features of the Turbo Models.
There are some striking and stunning styles to make the look fresh and fantastic. Both the version get LED headlights. Porsche Turbo models will hit the UK road by the end of January 2016 and price will start from £154,614. The Turbo Models will make first public debut at the Detroit Motor Show.