Porsche adds the 992-generation 911 Turbo to lineup for the U.S. market.
First the most potent 640-hp/580 lb-ft Turbo S was introduced, now the 572-hp/553 lb-ft Turbo joins. The both are powered by a 3.7-liter turbo flat-six.
The 911 Turbo is 0.1 sec behind the Turbo S, when accelerates from zero to 60 mph, its sprint result is 2.7 seconds. The top speed it achieves is 198 mph vs the Turbo S’s 205 mph.
The drivetrain includes Porsche‘s quick-shifting 8-speed dual-clutch gearbox and Traction Management all-wheel-drive system.
Like the 911 Turbo S, the Turbo model has a wider stance, beefier wheels, a larger active rear wing that provides 15% more downforce, compared to the predecessor.
The vehicle gets new adaptive cooling air flaps and spoiler in the nose, carbon-ceramic brakes, sports oval exhaust pipes with adjustable exhaust flaps.
The sport suspension with Porsche’s Active Suspension Management system lowers the ride height by 0.4 inch. The Porsche 911 Turbo offers hard-core lightweight and sport packages as well.
Porsche USA has opened order books for the model. Sales should begin in early 2021.
The starting prices are $170,800 for the Turbo Coupe and $183,600 for the Cabriolet excl. a destination fee of $1,350.
For comparison: the Porsche 911 Turbo S costs from $203,500 (coupe) and $216,300 (cabriolet).
The prices in Germany (with VAT) are €180,811 (Turbo Coupe), €194,035 (Turbo Cabriolet), €212,711 (Turbo S Coupe), €225,935 (Turbo S Cabriolet).