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Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) specs

Price in Europe €212,711 - €249,963
Price in US $204,850 - $224,780
Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1599-1759 kg (3525-3878 lbs)
Dimensions 4.54 m (179 in) long, 1.90 m (75 in) wide, 1.30 m (51 in) high
Wheelbase 2.45 m (96 in)
Introduced 2021
Origin country Germany
Gas mileage 22.3-8.7 l/100 km (11-27 mpg US / 13-33 mpg UK)
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Acceleration (mph)

0 - 30 mph0.8 s
0 - 40 mph1.4 s
0 - 50 mph1.8 s
0 - 60 mph2.1 s
0 - 70 mph3.0 s
0 - 80 mph3.7 s
0 - 90 mph4.5 s
0 - 100 mph5.1 s
0 - 110 mph6.7 s
0 - 120 mph7.8 s
0 - 130 mph8.5 s
0 - 140 mph11.1 s
0 - 150 mph11.9 s
0 - 170 mph16.4 s
0 - 180 mph20.0 s
1/8 mile6.9 s @ 109.7 mph
1/4 mile9.9 s @ 139.0 mph
1/2 mile16.2 s @ 163.7 mph

Acceleration (kph)

0 - 40 kph1.0 s
0 - 50 kph1.1 s
0 - 60 kph1.5 s
0 - 80 kph1.9 s
0 - 100 kph2.5 s
0 - 120 kph3.6 s
0 - 130 kph3.9 s
0 - 140 kph4.5 s
0 - 150 kph4.9 s
0 - 160 kph5.6 s
0 - 180 kph6.9 s
0 - 200 kph8.4 s
0 - 240 kph13.6 s
0 - 250 kph14.2 s
0 - 300 kph26.6 s
1000 m18.9 s @ 274.1 kph
Porsche 911 Turbo S acceleration graph

General performance

Top speed330 kph (205 mph)
0 - 100 mph - 09.3 s
Est. max acceleration1.14 g (11 m/s²)
18m slalom73.1 kph (45.4 mph)
36m slalom145.0 kph (90.1 mph)
Emissions254 g/km
Lateral acceleration1.12 g (11 m/s²)
Downforce @ 200 kph69 kg (152 lbs)

Powertrain specs

Engine type B6 twin turbo 24 valve DOHC
Displacement 3.7 l (229 ci / 3745 cc)
Power 650 ps (641 bhp / 478 kw) @ 6750 rpm
Torque 800 Nm (590 lb-ft) @ 2500 rpm
Power / liter 174 ps (171 hp)
Power / weight 394 ps (389 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 485 Nm (358 lb-ft) / t
Efficiency 49 PS per l/100 km
Power / €5000 14 ps
Transmission 8 speed dual-clutch automatic (PDK)
Layout rear engine, all wheel drive

Braking distance

50 kph - 08 m (25 ft)
100 kph - 030 m (98 ft)
140 kph - 064 m (212 ft)
200 kph - 0117 m (384 ft)
60 mph - 030 m (97 ft)
70 mph - 042 m (139 ft)
100 mph - 080 m (262 ft)

Rolling acceleration

60 - 100 kph (4)3.0 s
60 - 100 kph (5)5.1 s
80 - 120 kph (4)2.3 s
80 - 120 kph (5)3.4 s
80 - 120 kph (6)5.7 s
80 - 120 kph (7)10.5 s
80 - 150 kph (5)6.7 s
80 - 150 kph (6)9.4 s
80 - 160 kph (4)4.8 s
80 - 160 kph (5)6.7 s
80 - 160 kph (6)10.0 s
80 - 160 kph (7)16.9 s
140 - 200 kph (5)5.6 s
140 - 200 kph (6)7.3 s
70 - 120 kph1.9 s
80 - 120 kph1.5 s
100 - 140 kph2.0 s
100 - 200 kph5.9 s
Est. 200 - 300 kph18.3 s

Interior noise

Noise @ idle55 dB
Noise @ 50 kph59 dB
Noise @ 100 kph67 dB
Noise @ 130 kph72 dB
Noise @ 160 kph78 dB
Noise @ 180 kph81 dB
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Mr. Child  1w ago
0-30: 0.8
0-60: 2.1
0-100: 5.1
Quarter Mile: 9.9 @139


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Latte  6d ago

10.1 if we add in the american bullshit roll-out.

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Cocobe  6d ago

"lightweight" is still 1620kg haha

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ChironSS  6d ago @Latte

Why is "rollout" bullshit? Or why is it "American?". It's listed in Rimac Automobili's website in the technical specifications for the Nevera's acceleration?

Is Croatia in the United States of America? LOL!

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ChironSS  6d ago

Thanks for the read! I had no idea this was even a "thing". 0.2 seconds quicker at 100MPH is nothing to be sniffed at! Some track testing is needed!

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196ss  6d ago

Looks like this lightweight package is serious improvement.
130 mph in 8.5 probably means 0-200 kph in under 8 seconds, and 180 mph in 20.0 would be 22-23 seconds to 300 kph.

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196ss  6d ago @Cocobe

Well, can you name any current production AWD GT sportscar which is lighter?
Corvette C8, Audi R8 RWD and Ferrari Tributo weigh the same despite being rear wheel drive.

The times when sportscars were actually "lightweight" had gone.

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Anonymous  6d ago @Latte

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Icy718  5d ago

It’s impressive but it really seems like this magazine is getting paid by Porsche… 1/4 mile doesn’t really mean much, since it’s heavily influenced by acceleration off the line. The reality is that the Porsche accelerates off the line like crazy, but after 60 mph it’s slower than a f8 tributo, or a 720s, let alone hypercars like the p1, 918, a Laferrari, SF90, 765lt etc etc. And on the track, although impressive, it’s in the same league of the f8 tributo. I didn’t see articles about the f8 tributo being a hypercar. The 720s is even faster, and the track-focused models like the 488 Pista, the gt2rs, the 765lt, the Huracan Performante are all faster on the track. The SF90 and the Senna are in an other league. It really doesn’t seem like a hypercar, since in high end acceleration and track ability it’s not in the hypercar league. The biggest strength of the Turbo S has always been the ability to combine everyday usability, having 4 seats, a relatively good comfort level, all-season mobility thanks to AWD, and supercar performances. Without the rear seats and with lowered suspensions it loses points in everyday usability and it still isn’t faster than a 720s. I mean, I’d rather get the normal Turbo S, which seems to me more focused on its real mission: being a GT with supercar performances. If I wanted a faster, stripped down version for it I would wait for the gt2RS

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dr. cosimo  4d ago @Icy718

by end of the day, it's a stretched out version of this with bigger turbos, same old shit lazy design with shady magazine times, they seem to be so hung up with 1/4 mile times these days, are they trying to challenge murican sportcars ? the mid-life crisis ride with awd :)


in reality, this vw doesn't even respond to manual shifting, elon musk has already hacked them so badly and they want you to believe it's hypercar fast, good luck getting it fixed under warranty and dealing with their fraud staff that will delay you forever.


there are already some reports of electronic failures in this vw ice car, imagine when they all go full ev ? grab an old school ice car before they all disappear for good, we're on the brinks of ww3....china...ukraine...murica turning into gothatm city :)

the beacon of hope



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Anonymous  1w ago

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hostboy  1m ago

To be fair, not even including the rollout time to that 2.2s time will make the car do that "true" 0-60 launch/sprint in real life conditions. C/D listed the rolling 5-60 time as 3.7s, which is about on par with a C8 Corvette. It also has AWD, so from a traffic stop to another it will barely even beat the GT3. No wonder the GT3 is sooooo good on the track!

By the way, the Turbo S doesn't actually trap 137mph in the ¼mile. With a dual-clutch, twin-turbo kit + 4wd system you're always going to suffer from huge correction/weather condition factors. It won't go anywhere near that on a dragstrip.

On a side note: This calculator's RWD setting benefits only the front-engine muscle and grand touring cars, so I switched drivetrain setting to 4WD (in the case of GT3 and Z51) for calculation purposes.

Curb weight: 3222 lb + estimated 75 kg (165 lb) driver
Here: 2.7 (rollout), 2.9 (no rollout), 3.6 (rolling start)

Posted ¼mile result: 11.1@129
Corrected ¼mile result: 11.3@127


Curb weight: 3646 lb + estimated 75 kg (165 lb) driver
Here: 2.2 (rollout), 2.4 (no rollout), 3.7 (rolling start)

Posted ¼mile result: 10.3@137
Corrected ¼mile result: 10.6@129


Curb weight: 3647 lb + estimated 75 kg (165 lb) driver
Here: 2.8 (rollout), 3.0 (no rollout), 3.5 (rolling start)

Posted ¼mile result: 11.4@122
Corrected ¼mile result: 11.55@120

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900  2m ago

7’17 is 991.2 or 992?

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196ss  2m ago

Mendig 1:43,91


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ChironSS  2m ago


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ChironSS  3m ago

Porsche 911, 992 Turbo S vs Porsche Taycan Turbo S! OMG!


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ChironSS  3m ago


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Thiago_Lins  4m ago

Porsche 911 Turbo S - Lap - Velocitta - 0"57"562


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ChironSS  4m ago

Yes it's Mr Class himself, Mr JWW pushing the exquisite Porsche 911 Turbo S above 200MPH on English soil! Nothing else to state, job done! Ahaha!

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ChironSS  4m ago


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AKS  4m ago

Thanks again couldn't give a shit about what is fastest...Watching a few youtubers, the 911 turbo s seems like a practical car for everyday use, the wife loves the SUV cayenne gt. Due to lockdown cant get a test drive. Traffic jams are in the city of course however I have a few holiday houses in the country about 1.5 hrs away, highway with a few winding roads and minimal traffic will be fun.

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dr. cosimo  4m ago

when manual beats pdk, won't ever happen in any other brand or in history :)


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AKS  4m ago

love to hear a review from an actual owner of this car and not people who will never own one, just saying this thing is crap so and so is faster etc. Looking at the practically of this car, comparing a lambo and mclaren etc here in Australia are an extra 300k or more, no thanks. im not looking for a full on race car I want one so I can drive this thing to the office and back and have some fun with it. With my options i think the 911 will be around 610k.

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ChironSS  4m ago

To expand on what I wrote yesterday, in the 1990's there was a magazine called "Porsche 911 and World". And it had 911's and other Porsche models from all over the World, but they featured standard specifications production cars from the manufacturers and completely re engineered ones from Gembella, Ruf, 9FF and ofcourse Techart. I completely forgot about it. I guess as you get old(er) your recall isn't what it once was.

Now based on even earlier memories it's quite possible I been a Porsche "man" regardless for DECADES. LOL!

And I'm glad I've remembered some of the old stuff. The Martini liveries of the racing 911's comes up as write this etc. I've already linked the 993 Turbo and I'll read it a few more times.

Definitely changes a few things. "Fan boy?". I DETEST that word but along with Lamborghini and Ferrari and Lotus yes.

Probably everything. ROFL!

But Porsche definitely a hugely impressive brand and manufacturer and STILL are today.

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ChironSS  4m ago

This is what got ME really into Porsche. Insipred by CVK and his "Pinchcliffe" Grand Prix film. (I've probably butchered that.)

Blacked out 911's? Hell yeah!


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ChironSS  4m ago

Power= 557.50hp
Torque= 489.80lbs/ft

*Indicated on the screen. There was a reading with 6hp more but there was no corresponding torque number I could locate. This is a baseline number by English Porsche maestro's ES Motors. They KNOW their stuff inside out.

Porsche quote>

Power> 640hp
Torque> 590lbs/ft

Those are actually MASSIVE numbers! The torque particularly.

So driveline and transmission losses are>

Power> 13.77% difference
Torque> 18.559% difference

From base dyno results to Porsche claimed factory manufacturer numbers.

Very interesting indeed...

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benedekpuskas  5m ago

omg omg omg


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dr. cosimo  5m ago

oh chit, lol



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Toto Wolff  5m ago


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Boki  5m ago

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Porsche fan  5m ago

Stupidest successor ever seen in my life. It's slower than it's predessesor on it's own development track. 100% waste of money

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Jalapeño  5m ago

Once again destroyed Haa-Haa!


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Casual Car Guy  5m ago

It's a big disappoinment for this car. I just love how it's pulls on straight line but itsn't on track. Sport Auto did a Nordschleife supertest and 1st lap was 7:25 and 2nd is 7:21 (both on dry). But after knowing that the new Turbo S quicker in wet tracks than the dry once, did a 7:17.3 minute lap. But it's still 2/100 of a second slower than 991.2 Turbo S.

Porsche employee confirmed to Sport Auto that the new Turbo S is same as fast as the 991.2 when they were doing testing. So now it's feels to me that the new Turbo S doesn't worth it's price.

Read the full story here -

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dr. cosimo  5m ago


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jeff  6m ago

to all you guys saying get a gt3 instead of a turbo, you do realize you actually cant buy a gt3?
they are only offered to people who have bought and kept other porsches.
if you don't believe me call your local dealer and ask if you can buy a gt3

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dr. cosimo  6m ago

another interesting test from autobild was this, 720 spider vs the vw-911 cab,
did the bs low 10's time wear off that quickly because nobody is watching anymore ? lol

the tables have suddenly turned and the 720 spider is doing low 10's vs awd bs that can't get anywhere near low 10's that we've seen with the early pre-production models :)

720S Spider vs 992 Turbo S Cab


0-50: 1,3 / 1,1
0-80: 2,1 / 2,0
0-100: 2,9 / 2,7
0-130: 4,0 / 4,1
0-160: 5,6 / 5,9
0-180: 6,6 / 7,4
0-200: 7,9 / 9,0

1/4 Mile: 10,21 / 10,51

Weight: 1,514 kg / 1,722 kg

1st: Mclaren 720S Spider - 244 Points
2nd: 911 Turbo S Cab - 242 Points

the dirty journalists got paid handsomely and did a good job spreading all sorts of bs about the turbo s destroying the 720s from a dig lol


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RDR  6m ago

200k for this drag racing German born Muscle car? No thanks! I'd buy a new GT3 or AMG GT R Pro, MY20 GT-R Nismo or Etc. Instead of this.