The new Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet - The Design

Source: AutoMotoTV (Glomex)

The design of the 911 Turbo has become even more muscular. For the new chassis, the body above the front axle has been widened by 45 millimeters to 1,840 millimeters. The new hood with a striking bead underlines the sportiness. LED main headlights with PDLS Plus light up the road ahead as standard. At the rear axle, the body now measures exactly 1.90 meters in width (plus 20 millimeters). A further distinguishing feature of the new 911 Turbo is the enhanced adaptive aerodynamics with controlled cooling air flaps in the front, a larger active front spoiler and a significantly larger variable rear spoiler. Process air instead of cooling air is drawn in via the typical 911 Turbo air intakes in the rear side panels. The intercoolers are now located directly in the air flow under the rear lid. The continuous light strip with LED tail lights and the new louvered tailgate grille with silver trim round off the rear design. The two new options Lightweight Package and Sport Package further enhance appearance and performance. The lightweight package for the Coupé reduces the vehicle weight by 30 kilograms. This is made possible by lightweight full-body seats, the elimination of rear seats and reduced insulation, among other things. As a result, the engine sound reaches the driver's ear even more directly. The Sport package includes the 911 Turbo Sport Design package and other applications in black, carbon-fiber elements and exclusive design combination rear lamps.


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