The standard equipment in a cabriolet: the hood. Much more than the standard: the completely revised fabric hood in the new 911 Turbo Cabriolet models. Three integrated supporting magnesium elements make it extremely stable – yet light and flexible.
Another benefit is that the hood is smooth and taut. The fabric is close-fitting and the design line even more elegant than in the previous model. Purely superficial? Yes. If you disregard the low drag coefficient. In the new 911 Turbo Cabriolet models it is just 0.31. The glass rear windscreen is scratch-resistant and heated. A water deflecting edge on the hood makes sure that no rainwater can drip onto you when you open the doors.
The hood is electrically operated by a button in the central console or on the vehicle key. It opens or closes in just 13 seconds – at speeds of up to 31 mph. The hood folds in a Z-shape so the inside is always well protected.
Inside, the roof is covered with heat- and noise-insulating material, resulting in uniform interior temperatures and effective wind noise suppression. What do you hear instead? That rich Porsche sound of course.
Developed in a wind tunnel and made for relative wind: the 911 Turbo Cabriolet models have a new electric wind deflector as standard equipment. This ensures that you can drive with the top down and a low drag coefficient. And with minimal wind noise.
Manually fitting and removing the wind deflector? No longer necessary. It is now integrated directly into the body and rests behind the back seat system. So it does not need any additional space inside the vehicle or in the luggage compartment and is ready to use at any time.
You can extend and retract the wind deflector at speeds of up to 74 mph – at the press of a button and in only 2 seconds. For more enjoyable driving per kilometre with the hood down.