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  Porsche 911 Turbo







Porsche 911 Turbo
EngineBoxer-six-cylinder
Displacement, bore * stroke3800 cm│ (102,0 mm * 77,5 mm)
Compression ratio9,8 : 1
LoadingTurbo
Mixture preparationDirect injection
Torque
Power
Batterie12 V, 95 Ah
CO2-emission227 g/km
Drive trainAll-wheel drive
TransmissionSequential seven-speed
Front suspensionMcPherson
Rear suspensionMultilink
SteeringGear rack, servo, electric
BrakesFixed caliper
Wheelbase2.450 mm
Wheels245/35 ZR 20 (8,5"/9")
305/30 ZR 20
(11"/11,5")
Length4.506 mm
Width1.880 mm
Height1.296 mm
Kerb weight1.595 kg incl. driver
Payload395 kg
Drag coefficient0,31
Top speed
Year of manufacture2013
Purchase price162.000/195.000 Euro



After all, this is already the second generation turbocharger with variable turbine geometry, while the gasoline-powered competitors does not even offer the first. Because enormous amounts of high-pressure air are already required to bring the torque from 390/440 Nm to 660/700 Nm. For a short time (booster function) should be available even 710/750 Nm. Since you are also allowed to see not too critical the drag coefficient of 0.31 because such engines need more cooling than normal and that is not conducive to the aerodynamics.

A second problem of such mega-machines is the pressure force. At least, there is the possibility to drive fast 315 or 318 km/h. What may cost the tyres which allow such a kind? Anyway, part of the aerodynamics must also be sacrificed again to ensure enough drift. Again, Porsche enters new territory. The extendable rear spoiler you already know. Now would that be also possible front. However one has now refined the technique of extending. Not the whole spoiler does the movement, but parts of it.

After all, the retractable spoiler has the additional benefit of being less endangered by curbs and edges of entrances/exits of the parking garage. Otherwise practical use is just one of the virtues of the 911 Turbo. The factory proudly points out that it is still 22 mm wider than the Carrera S. Racing performance undoubtedly is in the foreground and not everyday traffic with highway construction sites. After all, one has the very dubious at the NEDC standard orientated combined consumption for this vehicle reduced despite higher performance by 16 percent.

Walter R÷hrl says hardly one of his friends can understand how one manages a 550 HP car to drive just under 10 liters. There you can see, with which consumption must be expected for this car. After all, the purchase prices set limits to its dissemination. Enjoy the pictures with the lifting rear spoiler (7-9) and the descending front spoiler (10 - 12), and of course especially the of a lone Porsche Turbo in a beautiful coastal landscape. 08/13


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