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Chrisu´s Turbo

Although the figures provide succinct proof of its power, there is one value in particular that makes a 911 Turbo what it is: constancy. Of course, much has changed in the course of seven generations, but the basic principle remains the same.

The new 911 Turbo handles its power effortlessly and with composure. Power is available at all times. The six-cylinder boxer engine with DFI now outputs 368 kW (500 hp) at 6,000 rpm and summons up 650 Nm of torque between 1,950 rpm and 5,000 rpm. Despite the extra power, it has been possible to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions significantly, by up to 16% and 18% respectively, depending on the model.

The new 911 Turbo. Whether you perceive it as a no-compromise embodiment of the power principle or as a technology platform that effortlessly combines efficiency with comfort and a sporty edge depends on one thing above all else: your point of view.

  • Engine: 3800cc 6-cyl, turbocharged
  • Powertrain: 7-speed / AWD
  • Weight: 1595 kg
  • Power: 500 hp (6000 rpm)
  • Torque: 650 Nm (5000 rpm)
  • Power/ton: 313 hp/ton
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