Improving upon the already impressive ‘standard’ Turbo, the 911 Turbo S featured the X50 Powerkit, which consisted of larger turbochargers, uprated intercoolers, and a revised ECU, as well as coming equipped with Porsche Ceramic Composite Brakes (PCCB) as standard.
This example is finished in the timeless combination of Basalt Black Metallic over a black leather-trimmed interior, featuring ‘hard-back’ front sports seats, perforated seat inserts, contrasting red seat belts, and silver trim accents.
It rides on the factory-fitted 18-inch BBS ‘Sport Techno’ alloy wheels, framing yellow Porsche-branded callipers, and shod in Michelin Pilot Sport tyres.
The factory specification includes a short-shift gear lever, headlamp washers, rear parking sensors, a rear windscreen wiper, a three-spoke steering wheel, white dials, automatic climate control, Porsche Stability Management, a PCM media system with satellite navigation and a 6-disc CD multichanger in the ‘frunk’, and electrically operated.
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