2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S


A model for eternity – but also for every day. For all that the name Porsche represents: performance, athleticism and sense of style. For the uncompromising way in which Porsche commits to an idea. Passionately – yet with a calm, down-to-earth attitude. With appropriate sincerity – yet unlimited driving fun.

Let’s start with the rear, where the heart of every 911 has beaten since 1963 and the heart of every 911 Turbo since 1974: the horizontally opposed engine. The rear has an appropriately powerful design – and is 0.79 in. (20 mm) wider than that of its predecessor. Its muscular fenders, in particular, emphasize its sporting genes. They are another distinguishing feature that has characterized the 911 Turbo since the very first model.

The front design language is a reference to Porsche history – and yet breaks new ground. It is a whopping 1.78 in. (45 mm) wider. In combination with its broader track, this significantly increases stability. The fenders are traditionally higher than the hood, emphasizing the design DNA typical of Porsche. The hood’s characteristic dynamic recess profiles and straight slope to the front fascia are a tribute to earlier 911 models. Equally distinctive: the four-point daytime running lights and low beam of the new, more slanted LED headlights with Matrix Design.

The more pronounced front fascia with its black airblades directs any headwind. Or to be more precise: into the side air intakes and new active air intake flaps that enable adjustable air-flow and thus optimum aerodynamics and cooling. In addition, the front fascia accommodates the inconspicuously integrated camera and sensors for the comfort and assistance systems.

You cannot avoid the wind. But you can direct it, if you are equipped with active aerodynamics, at least. The aerodynamic system, which has been enhanced compared to the previous generation, makes the 911 Turbo S models even more flexible in any situation. Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA) ensure optimum performance, along with optimizing aerodynamic drag.

Important for this: the new active cool air intake flaps in the front air intakes. These are designed to reduce drag during everyday use and optimize performance. They close automatically while the car is in motion, thereby reducing drag. If required, the flaps open, ensuring optimum engine cooling.

Producing an extremely sporty result. The 3.8-liter, twin-turbo, 6-cylinder horizontally opposed engine with VTG produces 640 hp. Breathtaking: acceleration from 0 to 60 mph takes just 2.6 seconds with Launch Control. ¼ mile is also outstanding: 10.5 seconds. Top track speed: 205 mph. For more information visit porsche.com