The Porsche 991 Turbo S is presented in a classic white and has a red top that gives it a very individual character. The body of the sports car has recently been repainted on the sides, but the minor collision damage at the front has not yet been fully repaired. Apart from this area, there are no defects on the exterior, so that the vehicle with the distinctive ventilation slots and the typical rear spoiler is in good general condition.
The vehicle is fitted with original Porsche alloy wheels, which, with their 10-spoke look, are typical of the turbo version of the 991. Very nice Pirelli P-Zero tires are used which can still be driven for a while but like the brakes should be checked before registering. The chassis has not been modified since commissioning and, like the other components in this area, has no known defects.
Classic black materials were predominantly used to design the cockpit. The fittings look very neat and there are no signs of wear and tear on the sporty leather armchairs, some of which are in wine red, and the side panels in the same color. The entire interior is very inviting, and the automatic air conditioning, cruise control, heated seats and radio are also pleasant travel companions. The technical equipment includes power steering, central locking and electric windows, while various driver assistance systems integrated by Porsche ensure a high level of safety.
The powerful Porsche 991 Turbo S has covered a total of 26,700 kilometers since it was put into service, which can be seen on the dashboard and is confirmed by the complete checkbook. Signs of failure on the displays or instruments have not yet been detected, so that the entire technology can be regarded as fully functional.
A 6-cylinder boxer engine with turbocharging is used in the Porsche 991 Cabriolet, which has a displacement of 3.8 liters and an output of 560 hp (412 KW). A 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive make locomotion easier, so that the power sports car accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and can reach a top speed of 318 km/h. The last service was carried out in March 2021, no defects could be found on the engine, the gearbox and the technical components. The underbody is still rust-free and the exhaust system is fully intact, so there is currently no reason for complaints.
The Porsche 991 Turbo S has so far not been in need of repairs, so that no unscheduled workshop visits should be necessary in the future. Regular inspections should of course be carried out in order to maintain the driving ability and to be able to show a complete check book.
The Porsche 991 is the seventh generation of the famous 911 and, in the Turbo S version, is one of the most powerful sports cars licensed for road use in Germany. The pure power can be felt all over the body during brief accelerations, and Porsche has also equipped the car with a sound symposer, which transmits the engine noise into the interior of the vehicle via a membrane. This ensures additional authenticity, making the Porsche 911 S Turbo the perfect car for fans of the Porsche brand for whom speed and the inimitable lifestyle of a convertible are particularly important.