Ferrari F8 Tributo vs Porsche 911 Turbo S

Picture of Porsche 911 Turbo S (992)
Picture of Ferrari F8 Tributo
Category Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
Max power (ps / bhp) 650 / 641720 / 710
Max torque (Nm / lb-ft) 800 / 590770 / 568
Curb weight (kg / lb) 1662 / 36641467 / 3234
Power / tonne (ps / bhp) 391 / 386491 / 484
Average price €230,000€255,000

Lap Times

Track Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
EuroSpeedway Lausitz 1:29.951:29.06


Speed & distance Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
0 - 40 kph 1.0 s1.2 s
0 - 50 kph 1.1 s1.3 s
0 - 80 kph 1.9 s2.2 s
0 - 100 kph 2.5 s2.8 s
0 - 120 kph 3.6 s3.6 s
0 - 130 kph 3.9 s3.9 s
0 - 150 kph 4.9 s4.8 s
0 - 160 kph 5.6 s5.3 s
0 - 180 kph 6.9 s6.4 s
0 - 200 kph 8.4 s7.7 s
0 - 250 kph 14.2 s11.7 s
0 - 300 kph 26.6 s19.9 s
1000 m 18.9 s @ 274.1 kph18.3 s @ 292.2 kph
0 - 60 mph 2.2 s2.8 s
1/4 mile 10.1 s10.2 s
Est. 1/2 mile 17.2 s @ 165.3 mph16.4 s @ 175.8 mph

Rolling acceleration

Speed Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
60 - 100 kph (4) 3.0 s2.0 s
60 - 100 kph (5) 5.1 s2.6 s
80 - 120 kph (5) 3.6 s2.4 s
80 - 120 kph (6) 5.8 s3.2 s
80 - 120 kph (7) 10.5 s4.9 s
Est. 100 - 200 kph 6.0 s4.8 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph 17.9 s12.2 s

General performance

Category Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
Top speed 330 kph (205 mph)340 kph (211 mph)
18m slalom 73.1 kph (45.4 mph)73.1 kph (45.4 mph)
Fuel economy 8.8 l/100 km (27 mpg US / 32 UK)15.6 l/100 km (15 mpg US / 18 UK)
100 kph - 0 30 m (98 ft)31 m (100 ft)
200 kph - 0 117 m (384 ft)119 m (391 ft)
100 mph - 0 80 m (262 ft)83 m (272 ft)


Category Porsche 911 Turbo SFerrari F8 Tributo
Track Performance 97100
Straight line speed 23642782
Total 24612882


F8 Tributo is the fastest by a small margin.

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Tommi95  14h ago

Finally the algorithm has been fixed! I like it better now, it gives more importance to high speeds :)


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SpeedKing  14h ago

Yes but the rolling acceleration is still there and if one of the cars was NA then even if it was marginally quicker it would lose in the comparison due to the turbo having much more torque in higher gears so not really fixed :)

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Tommi95  4h ago @SpeedKing

Well but the rolling acceleration is still part of a car's performance, I am glad that it is still counted, otherwise there would be a piece of information missing. Anyway, NA engines don't have turbolag and they're usually faster in rolling acceleration at low speeds. The Huracan EVO bested the 992 Turbo S in 5 rolling races (those at low speeds) and the Porsche won the other 5 at high speeds thanks to the greater torque. One has instant response, the other has more torque, it seems kinda fair to me.

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Anonymous  1w ago

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bernard470  1m ago

There is no clear winner



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Dirk Cosmic  1m ago

if there is one it has to be Porsche. unbeatable torque vectoring everyday performance. Ferrari good for posing.

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FastestLaps  1m ago @Dirk Cosmic

Porsche make great cars in general. Quality, value retention, usability - all weather, every day use, less fuel consumption and emissions than any comparative supercar.

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benedekpuskas  1m ago @Dirk Cosmic

"Ferrari good for posing."

Well, that's the main reason of buying a supercar.

The 911 has better acceleration át lower speeds so it's better in everyday use. But the V8 in the Ferrari sounds much better.

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Cocobe  1m ago @FastestLaps

Porsche cars aren't anywhere as flamboyant as italian supercars, and usually they are nowhere as special because they are a dime and dozen of them. However, if you just like to drive a well engineered machine, a Porsche will start up every time, and you won't lose a ton of money if you put miles on the car. Personally, I wouldn't buy any 911 that's not a GT3, and having good resale value also means that it's hard to find a good 2nd hand deal when you compare with other brands

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Tommi95  1m ago @Dirk Cosmic

If Ferrari were only good for posing, how come the Porsche doesn't stand a chance against it after reaching 100 kmh or in any roll race? How come the Ferrari is faster on a track ?
(they haven't been tested on the same tracks yet, but on Sachenring the Turbo S was just 0.49s faster than a 488, so I think the Ferrari f8 could beat it).
The Ferrari f8 Tributo is still a masterpiece. Engine of the year, great steering, great gearbox and brakes, and still pretty comfortable despite the stellar performances.
Definitely more than a car for "just posing".

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Anonymous  1m ago @Tommi95

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Corvolet3  1m ago @Tommi95

Well duh, you should expect a more expensive, lighter supercar with more hp to be faster on the track than a GT-like sports car that's really only fast from the stand still. It's actually fascinating how fast the Turbo S is for a non-supercar on the track.
As for the F8 it just looks like a 458/488 facelift. The only difference is it's not famous yet for catching on fire constantly :)


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The Racer  2w ago

Quite stupid comparison: Porsche 911 Turbo S is in cabriolet version, so this means extra-weight for a drag race.
Then, this kind of comparisons in general do not prove anything. Are just good to satisfy fanboys tastes on youtube.

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Tommi95  1w ago @Corvolet3

Sure, I expected the f8 to be faster than the 992 Turbo S, and it was. Who said it was unexpected?
My point is that the f8 is more than just a car for posing. The person before me called the Porsche a real driver car, while he called the Ferrari "only good for posing". He basically implied that the Ferrari is all style and no substance.
Well, the Ferrari has substance: 0-200 in 7.7s, 0-300 in 19.9s, faster than the 992 Turbo S on a track, engine of the year.
It sounds to me that the f8 is more than just looks, don't you think?

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...  1d ago @Corvolet3

Says the F8 is just a facelift of 458/488, yet the 911 has kept the same styling for decades... Porsche fans are hypocrites.

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Tommi95  4m ago

I love this site, but I think the scoring system gives too much importance to lower speed acceleration. Personally, if there are 2 cars, of which one accelerates faster off the line, but then it's left for dead at higher speeds, I would consider this car to be slower than the other one. The Ferrari has a little less traction off the line, thus the "worse" 0-100 kph, but after 150 kph the Porsche doesn't stand a chance (0.7s slower in the 0-200, 6.7s slower in the 0-300). Higher speed should count more, because in a serious drag race that allows the car to really shine (not just 1/4 mile or 0-100 kph races), the Ferrari would win. On an unprepped drag surface maybe the gap would be narrower, but I am pretty sure that the Ferrari would eventually take the lead, after reaching 200 kph. Besides even from a mathematical point of view: Porsche and Ferrari each won 6 acceleration figures in this match, but some of the Porsche's wins were basically the same in different units (0-100 kph and 0-60 mph). One can say that the Porsche is the most versatile car of the 2, the one with the better interior/the best infotainment, the best in snowy conditions, a fierce rival on the track (I think it would be a pretty close match)... But on a straight line the Ferrari is faster, hands down

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dante  4m ago

Straight line speed 1308 1457

and you're telling me this site has no affiliation with vw group ? lol

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Cauf40f50  5m ago

Hot fiat tho

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SpeedKing  5m ago

@FL "911 Turbo S is the fastest by considerable margin" what does this even mean, fastest how in a straight line, on track, what? The Tributo is quicker and faster after 100 km/h and will beat the Porsche on track so clearly this is rubbish :)

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Overtaking  5m ago

How many FCA guys disappointed! XD

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Botan626  6m ago

911 beetle does 0-100kph faster than 0-60mph! Are you serious with keeping these figures?

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benedekpuskas  6m ago

The points are wrong, the acceleration is almost the same, but it says that
"911 Turbo S is the fastest by considerable margin"

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Tommi95  6m ago

I am pretty sure that the Ferrari f8 tributo will beat the Porsche in the 0-200, in the 0-300 kmh, in the 400m and in the 1km from a standstill.
Porsche will win the 0-100 kmh, as usual.
On a track it's gonna be close, although I still think that the Ferrari will come out on top.
However, Porsche will be the best gt/most versatile every day car. Same old story.
I wonder why Porsche always makes the Turbo 70/80 hp less powerful than Ferrari/Mclaren.


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