With the new body came the much criticized headlights, which were very soon nicknamed ‘fried eggs’ due to their shape and integrated coloured indicators. Porsche fans were not happy about the design change form the traditional upright look. But they do in fact seem to have matured well and are now becoming more accepted.
The Turbo model made its début at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 1999. The engine was a development of that in the 1998 Le Mans GT1 and here produced an output of 415 hp at 6,000 rpm.
The 996 Turbo had permanent all-wheel drive and was available with either six-speed manual transmission or five-speed automatic Tiptronic.
Only in 2003 did Porsche present the combination of Turbo AND Cabriolet – one that had not been seen since the 930.
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