2014 Porsche Turbo s for Sale
- 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo boasts 520 horsepower
- Turbo S design provides a whopping 560 hp
- Turbo starts at $149, 250; Turbo S at $182, 050
Porsche recently pulled the address off a totally redesigned 911 Turbo. The high-performance form of Porsche's leading sports car boasts impressive numbers, from its horse power numbers to its speed times.
Beneath the Turbo's characteristic fixed spoiler lurks the car's important asset: a 3.8-liter turbocharged 6-cylinder engine. In base-level Turbo designs, this powerplant produces an astonishing 520 hp. The high-performance Turbo S boosts capacity to a much more interesting 560 hp. Which means the Turbo is up 20 hp across outbound model, although the Turbo S adds 30 hp.
Although the brand-new 911 Turbo's energy numbers tend to be impressive, its speed figures tend to be a lot more jaw-dropping. Porsche says the standard Turbo can strike 60 miles per hour within 3.2 seconds, even though the Turbo S achieves 60 mph in less than three moments. The vehicles are designed for such impressive acceleration thanks to all-wheel drive and Porsche's lightning-quick PDK automated transmission. A conventional manual isn't any longer supplied. Top rates are 196 miles per hour when it comes to Turbo and 198 mph for Turbo S.
Beyond the motor, the brand new 911 Turbo also boasts major styling changes compared to the outgoing model, as it's based on the all-new 991 model 911, which premiered just last year.
One difference over just last year's Turbo is revised side environment intakes. A 911 Turbo characteristic since 2001, the brand new Turbo's intakes tend to be increased for better airflow. Turbo models in addition provide an unique front bumper, a fixed back wing and unique tires. Finally, there is today a 3-stage front side spoiler - a unique feature that hasn't already been supplied on earlier 911 models.
Needless to say, a high-performance Porsche just like the brand new 911 Turbo does not come low priced. The automaker claims base-level 911 Turbo designs start at just under $150, 000, even though the Turbo S starts at $182, 050. That places it near high-end exotic competitors from Ferrari, McLaren and Lamborghini - specially as choices are added.
Porsche claims the all-new 911 Turbo should arrive because of the end of the year. The automaker features however to announce whether convertible designs will get back, but we believe they'll be back at some point next year - with even greater costs.
Just what it indicates to you personally: The 2014 Porsche 911 Turbo provides impressive performance at high prices.
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