Porsche 911 Turbo
In March 1995 Porsche launches the last air-cooled 911 Turbo at the Geneva Motor Show. Thanks to two small turbochargers, the 408 hp engine develops a very quick throttle response. A torque of 450 Nm is reached at 2,500 rpm. The high-performance motor is considered the production automotive engine with the world’s lowest emissions. The brake system with 322-millimetre discs produces a deceleration performance of 1,941 hp, bringing the 911 Turbo to a standstill from 200 km/h after 130.3 metres. From 1995 to 1997, Porsche sells 5,978 units of this 911 Turbo. Many are snatched up by collectors who consider this car to be one of the most stylistically harmonious 911.
|Engine:||6-cyl. flat, turbo|
|Power Output:||300 kW (408 hp)|
|Acceleration:||0-100 km/h: 4.5 s|
|Top Speed:||290 km/h|