Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet Hits the Street

Everyone loves Porsche cars, because they are small yet strong, because they are elegant yet masculine, and because they are a great example of what the automotive industry can achieve. This year, the German brand launches a new line of Porsches which will surely impress car aficionados. Today we are going to present just one of them, the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet, a road jewelry that will be the envy of many and the property of just few. We say this because this new car comes with a new and improved price as well, so when it hits the market in December, it will probably be sold at something like £126,766.

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Nevertheless, before we judge it for its steep price, let’s see whether it isn’t justified as well. To begin with, the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet is based on the previous coupe version, which means it is endowed with the same 3.8 liter engine that has an output of 514 bhp. However, its sister, the Turbo S, will have a bit more power at 552 bhp; this allows the Turbo to reach 0-62 mph in 3.2 seconds, whereas our Turbo Cabriolet can only reach that in 3.5 seconds. For car lovers, the 0.3 seconds difference can mean the whole world, but from an objective perspective, both cars are great and will probably perform as such.

As for more technical specifications, the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet is also fitted with a standard dual-clutch PDK transmission, and a more special rear-axle steering. This system allows for a much better controlled steering, easier parking and maneuvers. For example, at over 31 mph, the rear wheels are automatically steered in the opposite direction as the front wheels, so it becomes easier to park.

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The design has also been improved on the Porsche 911 Turbo Cabriolet, and some additional options have been included. The rear wings and bumpers are 28 mm wider than on previous models, and the control panel features an LCD screen with GPS included, as well as many other options that make your driving experience easier and more pleasant. Although a cabriolet, the Porsche 911 Turbo is quite spacious for the driver, and all the controls are easy to access. The outer design of the car is, as expected, quite spectacular, and the Porsche identity is maintained in its entirety.

If you love Porsche cars in general, there is nothing stopping you from being impressed with this new one as well, or with the other Cabriolets as well. The price is steep, but it is well motivated.

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