For a winter wonderland, it looks beautiful.
At an event with Mark Webber brand ambassador and ex-F1 driver. Porsche unveiled the most powerful 911 Turbo ever on 3 March. Just 9 official press photos published by the German company. So, this gave us a clear view of the Sports Cup from all viewpoints.
Only a few days back, so our spies have taken a concept prototype with a tweaked spoiler and now we have a new series of photos that show the new Turbo S in all its glory on a public lane.
We assume that the current 911 Turbo S is already a pre-production version. Porsche expected to make any final design improvements prior to the customer launch by the end of 2020.
It’s a yellow vehicle, not one inch of camouflage, with all the output parts. This is worth seeing the branding of the car company, which used to only be known as Speed Yellow.
A big change from the outgoing pattern is the latest ranking topper in the 911 series. Porsche considers them the most powerful 911 ever due to an enormous boost in power from 580 (433 kilowatts) to 640 hp (447 kW) of the previous version.
The power is sufficient to propel the Porsche 2 door from powered by a powerful8-speed mechanism to hit all four wheels, a standstill to 62 miles per hour from 0-100 km/hour in a coupe-size 2.6 seconds.
You will spend at least $203,500 for the 911 Turbo S Coupe and the Cabriolet $216,300. If you like what you see in the gallery and in the figures above. Life in the USA expected to begin by the end of this year.
We assume the updated 911 Turbo S is only pre-produce Porsche likely to make final hardware changes before the product shipped to clients by the end of 2020. It is a yellow car with not an inch of disguise for all the output pieces.