Porsche 911 GT Turbo Has Crushing Engine Performance

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4 Aug 2014
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Porsche 911 Turbo

Porsche 911 turbo has become a sports car icon and a constant reference point in the supercar world


Porsche 911 turbo is still a benchmark in the supercar world, though it might be grabbing less attention than the likes of Lamborghini or a Ferrari. Since ages, the 911 turbo has transformed from an erratic, tricky-handling model to an all wheel drive and all weather capable monster with great muscles and mountains of power.

The GT Turbo is the most powerful 911 currently available in the Porsche line-up with a flat six 3.8 litres engine combined with twin turbochargers. It produces 513bhp in the 911 Turbo version and 552bhp in the Turbo S.

Porsche 911 GT engine

Porsche 911 GT engine

All trims are four-wheel drive and come with intelligent PDK twin-Clutch automatic transmission which takes the 911 Turbo to reach the 62mph in 3.4 seconds while the Turbo S version manages to hit 62mph in just 3.1 seconds. Both versions have the top speed of 195mph and 197mph respectively. It is still a mystery for us that why people like the Turbo S as a regular turbo version is already fast and get behind the Turbo S by just 2 miles per hour.

All-new 911 Turbo is creamed with technologies and exclusively wider than the already widest 911 Carerra. It hides all the manners of high Tech Gizmos designed to help it get better road grip. Rear wheel steering is fitted as standard with all models to automatically swivel the rear wheels to improve the nimbleness at low speed and firmness at high speed. It also offers active aerodynamics with front, rear and driver selectable modes for the customisable suspension with anti roll system while, Turbo S also features a clever anti-roll active suspension system as standard.

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