The Porsche 992 is by far the most exciting design from the designers’ pen since the creation of the model in 1964. We cannot make the compliment any bigger after so many powerful generations of 911. Superlative, however, is this Porsche 992 Turbo S Cabriolet. The performance is literally open to even more optical violence than we are used to from the fast guys from Stuttgart. Like a real Batmobile, this example was created after having taken a metallic black bath, which even included the type designation and exhaust tailpipes. The polished Turbo S wheels (front 20-inch, rear 21-inch) are also painted deep inside black. The so-called Center Wheel Locks already look racy in themselves, but the Porsche yellow painted brake calipers emphasize the phenomenal (stopping) power of this black danger.
At least as worthwhile is the interior of the 911 Turbo S Cabriolet. Also to look at: black leather upholstery is accompanied by contrast stitching in chalk color. You sit on 18-way adjustable Adaptive Sport seats including memory function, heating, ventilation and Turbo S badges in the headrests. From this ultimate seating position you have an unobstructed view of a fully black heated GT Sports steering wheel. The chronograph from the Sport Chrono package and the carbon interior trim on the dashboard also stand out. And whether this Elfer is serious!
Options & extras
Anyone who drives a Porsche 911 likes to be in control. Let alone if it concerns a 992 Turbo S Cabriolet. The following options are available for this control: Adaptive Cruise Control, Active Lane Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition and LED Matrix Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus lighting. Even more in line with an unparalleled driving experience are the co-steering rear axle, Porsche Active Suspension Management, Dynamic Chassis Control and Torque Vectoring Plus. Meanwhile, the Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake system confirms what we have known for a long time: ultimate stopping power is a necessity in case of…
Technology & performance
…Crushing speeds. Responsible for the 0-100 km/h sprint within 2.8 seconds is a double blown 3.8 liter 6-cylinder boxer engine with no less than 650 hp and 800 Nm of torque. Two words: Bi. zar. The asphalt-destroying turbo engine in the back drags it until the 330 km/h comes into view. Thanks to an excellent 8-speed PDK transmission including dual clutch, shifting is accompanied by brute force without realizing it. All the aforementioned electronic assistance systems make low flying in the Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet child’s play – both straight ahead and cornering. But stay focused, because we can’t stop talking about this crazy Elfer. This ensures that during a showroom visit you will stick to our lips just as much as you will to the asphalt in the future.