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Porsche 911 991.2 Turbo 3.8, Turbo S (2016-2018)

Date of unveil by Porsche AG: December 1, 2015
Premiere: January 13, 2016 NAIAS North American International Auto Show in Detroit
World market launch: January 2016

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Technical specifications and comparison Coupé

Modification Gearbox kW lb-ft Nm 0-60 mph 0-100 km/h mph km/h kg lbs W/lbs W/kg
2016 911 991.2 Turbo S 3.8 Coupé PDK 7-speed 427 551 750 2.8 sec. 2.9 sec. 205 330 1600 3527 121 267
2016 911 991.2 Turbo 3.8 Coupé PDK 7-speed 397 522 710 2.9 sec. 3.0 sec. 199 320 1595 3516 113 249
2013 911 991.1 Turbo S 3.8 Coupé PDK 7-speed 412 551 750 3.0 sec. 3.1 sec. 198 318 1605 3538 116 257
2016 911 991.2 Carrera S Turbo 3.0 Coupé PDK 7-speed 309 368 500 3.7 sec. 3.9 sec. 190 306 1460 3219 96.0 212

Technical specifications Cabriolet

Modification Gearbox kW lb-ft Nm 0-60 mph 0-100 km/h mph km/h kg lbs W/lbs W/kg
2016 911 991.2 Turbo S 3.8 Cabriolet PDK 7-speed 427 551 750 2.9 sec. 3.0 sec. 205 330 1670 3682 116 256
2016 911 991.2 Turbo 3.8 Cabriolet PDK 7-speed 397 522 710 3.0 sec. 3.1 sec. 199 320 1665 3670 108 238

The 4% power increase could have been easily achieved with a software update, but the task was also to reduce fuel consumption. The 991.2 Turbo 3.8 got different inlet ports, injection nozzles and higher fuel pressure compared to its predecessor. The Turbo S got turbochargers with larger compressors.

The new standard 918-style steering wheel has the mode switch (Normal, Sport, Sport+, Individual). The Sport Response button at the centre of the switch preconditions the engine and gearbox for the best possible responsiveness for overtaking.

Porsche Stability Management Sport Mode: a brief press of the PSM button puts the system in a very sporty mode – which is independent of the driving programme that is selected. The separately switched PSM Sport mode alters the intervention threshold much more than was the case in Sport Plus mode of the previous model. A long press of the PSM button, completely deactivates PSM.

With the Turbo S the PDCC Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control hydraulic roll bars come as standard. The PCCB Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes have been standard on the Turbo S already since the 996 generation. New options include radar-based lane change assist and a lift system for the front axle (increases ground clearance by 1.6"/40 mm). The PCM now has a multi-touch screen like in the facelift 991 Carreras. Routes and places can be visualised with 360-degree images and satellite images.

The wheels of the Turbo 3.8 are now 0.5" wider (9x20 front, 11.5x20 rear). This means the wheels on the Turbo are now as wide as on the Turbo S.

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20" wheels: Turbo, Sport Classic, Sport Classic black, Turbo S © Porsche
Porsche 911 991.2 Turbo 3.8 front spoiler: standard, Aerokit black, Aerokit painted
Front spoilers: standard, Aerokit painted black (XAV), Aerokit painted in car color (XAF)© Porsche
Porsche 911 991.2 Turbo 3.8 rear spoiler: standard, Aerokit black, Aerokit painted
Rear spoilers: standard, Aerokit painted black (XAV), Aerokit painted in car color (XAF)© Porsche
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Sales catalogues

PDF 2015/12 911 Turbo 3.8, Turbo S, Coupé, Cabriolet In German/Deutsch (11 MB)


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