Porsche 911 Turbo

The Porsche 911 Turbo remains as one of the premier cars in the market for more than 4 decades now. With the monstrous engine and the dual-clutch for shifting, this car has been designed for people who want a quick travel with a minimal amount of effort and a descent comfort and safety.

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A Detailed Look at the Porsche 911 Turbo Features

In 1989, the power of the Porsche 911 Turbo has massively increased to 330bhp which will gradually increase as Porsche introduced the 964 and the 993. Ever since the introduction of the 4WD, the turbo became stable and faster. The design also became sanitized and highlights the technical aspects through its fast package.

One of the most renowned aspects of the Porsche 911 Turbo is it was also referred to as the ‘Turbo Body’. It has a widened track particularly at the rear of the vehicle which will be carried on to the rear drive model of the Turbo. The shoulder is measured at a disparity of 85mm wider in the back compared to the front. It also comes with a regulating aerodynamics allowing you to adjust the rear and the front as it moves.

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he engine of the Porsche 911 Turbo displaces a 3800cc along the 6 cylinders. It revs up to 7200 rpm in Turbo S type which is 200rpm more compared to the conventional Turbo. The Turbo S also produces an extra 38bhp. The Turbo with an output of 552bhp revs at 6500rpm and maintains its output until it reaches the 6750 rpm. The torque output on the other hand is about 553lb ft at around 2200-4000 rpm.

The Interior component and design of the Porsche 911 Turbo is also commendable as it provides a cluster of instrument that is functional such as the switchgear, the elevated console, and the plain steering wheel. It is also packed with myriads of equipment such as the media system that highlights a satellite navigation system, electric seats, windscreen washer and the dual-zone climates.

When it comes to the performance, the Porsche 911 Turbo is undoubtedly more powerful compared to its predecessors. It records a commendable 1km in just 20 seconds. It has the capacity to go from idle position to 175 mph in a mile. This means that the performance of the Turbo resembles the performance of the Ferrari F12.

Some people are complaining that this is a less engaging version of the Porsche 911 Turbo, however, I can say that it is interesting enough and precise compared to the other cars in the market such as Continental GT and the Nissan GT-R. Overall, the Turbo is still a better choice compared to the rival models in the market.