The 911 Turbo is a slightly more aggressive version of the Carrera on the outside. It sports the same four-point headlamps on each side of the nose, thin LED daytime running lights in the upper bumper, and a three-piece intake that stretches over the entire width of the front fascia. Around back, the lightbar with "Porsche" lettering, the thin taillights, and the sportier rear bumper. Here are some of the key exterior features of the new 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S:
The interior of the 992-generation 911 when compared with to the outgoing model has had a significant revamp. The layout remains similar, but the big picture is quite different. The Turbo S comes with a more luxurious interior. Nearly all surfaces are wrapped in leather, while carbon-fibre trim is included as standard. The light silver trim on the dashboard, door panels, and centre console add a bit of contrast. Porsche redesigned the centre console altogether so that the lower dash flows elegantly toward the instrument cluster, and the new infotainment display sits higher in the dashboard. The digital display is notably wider at 10.9 inches. The A/C vents are lowered and now positioned just above the centre console. The thin control panel below features five buttons that look like toggle switches. The instrument cluster is all digital now and the entire instrument cluster section is wider. The steering wheel spokes are thinner and include new controls on each side.
The seats are race-inspired 'Sport Seats Plus' include enhanced side bolstering. They’re also 18-way adjustable, so you can get comfortable at the push of a button. The Sport Chrono package with the new Track Precision app is also included as standard, as is a Bose Surround Sound system. Here is a round up of the key interior features of the new 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S:
Porsche has revealed two new optional packages for brand new Porsche 911 Turbo S - Lightweight package and Sport package.
With the Lightweight package, Porsche deletes 30kgs from the curb weight. Removal of the rear seats and lighter bodywork from the reduced noise insulation contributes to the weight reduction. In addition, the standard two front seats are replaced with 991.2 GT3-inspired bucket seats. The lightweight package also includes Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) sports suspension which is 10mm lower than the standard 911 Turbo’s, while the optional black-tailpipe sports exhaust system is also equipped.
As you probably guessed, the Sport Package is an extension of the Sport Design package. This includes more ominous taillights, dark silver wheels and a carbon-fibre roof for the fixed-head coupe that complements high-gloss exterior accents.
The new 3.8-litre boxer engine comes with two VTG turbochargers delivering a total of 650 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque. The Turbo-specific 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) cuts the sprint from 0 to 62 mph to 2.7 seconds, while top speed is unchanged at 205 mph.