A longer wheelbase and an even wider track, the chassis on the new 911 Turbo models enables smooth high-speed manoeuvres. The car offers exceptionally high levels of stability. Its cornering agility can scarcely be described in words. Thanks to the 20-inch wheels, which are one inch larger.
Included as standard equipment, Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM) is an electronic active damping system.
It offers continuous adjustment of the damping force on each wheel, based on current road conditions and driving style.
At the press of a button, the driver can choose between two modes...Learn more
Thanks to the new rear-axle steering which is fitted as standard, everyday practicability and performance have both been equally increased. The system consists of two electromechanical actuators fitted on the rear axle instead of the conventional tie rod. It therefore steers the rear wheels of the...Learn more
Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) is fitted as standard in the new 911 Turbo S (available as an option for the new 911 Turbo). PDCC is an active anti-roll system that suppresses lateral body movement during cornering maneuvers. In addition, it minimizes the lateral instability of the vehicle...Learn more
Standard in the new 911 Turbo: the new 20-inch 911 Turbo wheels. They are one inch larger than on the predecessor and improve contact with the road.
The car has 8.5 J x 20 wheels at the front combined with 245/35 ZR 20 tires. At the rear are 11 J x 20 wheels with...Learn more
Objective I: to make the drag coefficient as low as possible. Objective II: to set a new standard for downforce. With the new Porsche Active Aerodynamics (PAA).
For the first time at Porsche, in the new 911 Turbo models, we have used active aerodynamics as a combination of a multi-stage adjustable...Learn more