Porsche 911 Turbo Targa
Except you can't get a Turbo Targa. The partial-convertible model tops out during the GTS. If the one thing you really wished ended up being a Targa with a turbo engine, the people at Ruf will likely be glad to hook you up with the tuned variation the truth is right here.
It really is called the Ruf Turbo Florio, using the second part of its handle from the second area of the Sicilian road race where Porsche got the name for its lift-top to start with. But Ruf's simply take doesn't just match the factory Turbo's output – it far surpasses it: with 621 horse power and 608 pound-feet of torque on faucet, it will put even 911 Turbo S (on recreation Plus overboost, believe it or not) to shame.
Plus you could get it with a six-speed handbook or seven-speed DCT, driving all four tires like factory Turbo or simply just the rear set such as the GT2 that Porsche does not also make any longer. It'll top on at 205 kilometers hourly, and all sorts of the while because of the wind within hair – although not an excessive amount of it.