Designed by Michael Mauer and assembled in Zuffenhausen, the front of the new Porsche represents a modern interpretation of the early 911 design, alongside a classic looking straighter dashboard. Available in coupe, Targa top and convertible body styles, the 992 initially debuted as a Carrera S and 4S, powered by a 3L engine. The Cabriolet followed in 2019. They were originally equipped with an 8 speed, quick-shifting Porsche Doppelkupplung ‘PDK’ dual-clutch transmission, however a 7 or 6 speed is now offered. The manual 7 and 6 speed are only available on the GTS and GT3 with standard sport chrono package. All Porsche 992s include the traditional flat six, however they are now twin turbocharged, generating plenty of power and torque.
The Porsche 992 Turbo is considered by many enthusiasts and collectors to be the ultimate incarnation of the 911, with sports car racing lineage and superior performance compared to the naturally aspirated engine. The twin-turbocharged Turbo and Turbo S were introduced in 2020 with a 3.7L flat-six engine producing 641 horsepower and 590lb-ft of torque. Designed to have a shorter strike than the Porsche 991.2 turbo engine, larger turbochargers and air intake, the powertrain is based on the Carrera models and can accelerate to 62mph in 2.4 seconds, with a top speed exceeding 205mph, making it one of the fastest cars on the road.
Our pristine 2020 Porsche 911 992 Turbo S Coupe presents a rare opportunity to own a virtually new 2021 model with just one former owner and 9,000 miles. Featuring the coveted Sports Chrono Package, the car has a beautiful colour scheme, with light grey exterior and black and white leather sports seats, accentuated by Porsche branded yellow ceramic brake calipers. The 20inch front wheels and 21inch rear wheels host center lock wheel caps like a racing car. Whilst evoking the classic 911 fastback coupe shape, it is also emphatically modern, boasting state-of the art driving options to optimise performance and enhance driving experience in various road and weather conditions, such as heated GT sports leather steering wheel, central panoramic glass sliding roof, intuitive media system featuring a park assist system that includes surround view, adaptive cruise control, night vision, Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), front axle lift system, and mirrors that incorporate an integrated light sensor. The build quality is evident on this everyday supercar, making it a fantastic opportunity to own a modern work of automotive art and design.