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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo (992) Leaked Straight From The Factory Floor?

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Porsche Popular thinking holds that the Taycan is the traditional auto industry's first direct shot at Tesla. Still, there are some masked areas around the air intakes up front, and the rear fascia has a few key areas concealed as well. Porsche Porsche has never been solely about straight-line performance. The setup is optional on the non-S Taycan Turbo, which comes standard with steel brake rotors measuring 16. Porsche Porsche's Active Suspension Management with two damping modes—Normal and Sport—is standard on the 992 Turbo S, as is rear-wheel steering.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S Could Make 641 HP When It Debuts Next Spring

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On both varieties, the Taycan hides its size and weight, the active anti-roll bars contributing to real agility and freakishly good body control. Walliser, who is as intimately familiar with the car as any auto executive could possibly be, says he's most proud that the new car gains power and performance without compromising its comfort. There's a good chance the loudest thing in the car will be the passengers as you rip to 60 mph quicker than a 911 Turbo S. The 911 comes with a front trunk which holds two carry-on suitcases and the rear-seat backs fold forward to create a large flat cargo area in the coupe model; in our testing, we were able to fit six carry-on cases behind the front seats. There are also additional intakes above the daytime running lights, an extended rear wing, and some massive brake rotors.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S Is Getting a Big Power Bump

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This gray metallic beast wears glossy black wheels—likely in staggered 20-inch front and 21-inch rear diameters—and a rear wing that appears more modest than the wider piece fitted to 992 Turbo S prototypes seen recently on the Nürburgring. The power bump will take Porsche's 3. Unfortunately, such a scenario is just the stuff of dreams, but we imagine the driver of this particular test car is enjoying no small amount of opposite-lock while guiding the 911 down the road. Information about the powertrain of the new 911 Turbo is still limited but the new generation is expected to use a revised and more powerful version of the current 3. It could make 641 horsepower 477 kilowatts and 590 pound-feet 799 Newton-meters of torque, though those numbers may change before its debut. The gearbox uses the same ratios as the 911 Carrera, but a revised final-drive ratio is necessary to achieve the Turbo S's claimed 205-mph top speed.

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The 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S Got a Huge Boost in Power and Torque

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Peak boost from the new turbos is 17. Ride quality is not spoiled by the 21-inch wheels, though we'll save final judgment until after we can sample a Taycan on the potholed streets of our New York City headquarters. The automaker also claims that the car can now go from zero to 60 mph in just 2. Based on the , the all-new 911 Turbo and Turbo S models will launch in spring 2020. According to previous reports, officials have hinted that for the electrified versions of the new 911 they will follow a similar strategy with the Panamera. It's meant to reduce the automaker's fleet fuel consumption and C02 emissions; it's meant to compete with the Tesla Model S; it's meant to start Porsche's gradual transition away from internal-combustion.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo spy shots and video

porsche 911 turbo s 2020

With deliveries ongoing for the 2020 , 4S, and corresponding Cabriolet models, there is even more on the horizon. The Turbo and Turbo S are all-wheel drive, with a permanent magnet synchronous motor powering each axle. Such motivation would be a handful in dry conditions, never mind on the snow. The top speed will be around 205 mph. A 10-piston caliper, new from , clamps the front rotors. To unlock the entirety of the 3. In normal driving, the Taycan accomplishes most of its braking through regeneration.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo S Could Make 641 HP When It Debuts Next Spring

porsche 911 turbo s 2020

The Turbo S comes standard with carbon-ceramic rotors, 16. That's an early number and one that might still change as the car nears production, but the fact that it works out to a nice, round 650 metric horsepower tells us that it's likely to stick around. Non-S versions of those cars are arriving in early 2020, followed up by the ever-more gobsmacking Turbos, in the form of the 2020 911 Turbo S Coupe and Cabriolet. Yes, Porsche is working on a hybrid 911 and the Turbo S is a good starting point. The current Turbo S makes 580 hp 433 kW , and the actually passes the 600 hp mark already.

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First Look: All

porsche 911 turbo s 2020

All-wheel drive will be standard and shifts are handled by an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Physical controls wouldn't be as slick, but they would make life easier. In fact, we felt very little difference between cars with and without the Sport Performance option; the main differentiator was a small increase in suspension compliance, which we expect will yield an ever-so-slightly slower response to steering inputs. We should be looking at close to 600 hp for the Turbo and closer to 640 hp for the spicier Turbo S. Infotainment and Connectivity In addition to digital gauges in front of the driver, the 911 Turbo and Turbo S will likely come standard with the same large touchscreen infotainment system as lesser 911s, complete with Porsche's intuitive software interface.

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2020 Porsche 911 Turbo spy shots and video

porsche 911 turbo s 2020

Does this mean that Porsche is going to officially reveal the new 911 Turbo at the Geneva Motor Show? Ludicrous Mode will only engage after the battery reaches the right temperature—and depending on ambient conditions, that might take awhile. Of course, normal humans likely won't notice that difference in acceleration, and in the grand scheme of ultra-fast cars, it's just testing noise. The damping controls body motion well, and the steering is reassuringly hefty and precise, weighting up naturally as load increases at the front. The first maintenance visit at one year or 10,000 miles is covered free of charge, but rivals such as the offer far more value by covering maintenance for up to five years. The scene through the windshield is charmingly reminiscent of a 918 Spyder's.

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