What is the acceleration of a Porsche 911?


Top speed 320 km/h
Acceleration 0 – 60 mph with Sport Chrono Package 2.7 s
Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package 2.8 s
Acceleration 0 – 160 km/h with Sport Chrono Package 6.3 s
Acceleration 0 – 200 km/h with Sport Chrono Package 9.7 s

How fast is the Porsche 911 Turbo?

Tested: 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo Zips to 180 MPH in 4920 Feet.

What is the Porsche 911 0 to 60 time?

2.2 seconds
During Car and Driver testing, the 992-generation 911 Turbo S reached 60 mph in 2.2 seconds, trailing the Porsche 918 Spyder by a tenth of a second. The 2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S achieved a 2.2-second zero-to-60-mph time in Car and Driver testing. It also raced through the quarter-mile in 10.1 seconds at 137 mph.

Does the 996 Turbo have the Mezger engine?

That’s because, as Hagerty explains, the 996 Turbo had a completely different engine. Its 3.6-liter twin-turbocharged flat-six is what’s known as a ‘Mezger’ or ‘Metzger’ engine, after famed Porsche engineer Hans Metzger. It’s actually derived from the earlier air-cooled engines, Evo reports, and the GT1 racing engine.

What is the top speed of Porsche 911 Turbo S?

With a fuel consumption of 13.3 litres/100km – 21 mpg UK – 18 mpg US (Average), 0 to 100 km/h (62mph) in 4.3 seconds, a maximum top speed of 191 mph (307 km/h), a curb weight of 3395 lbs (1540 kgs), the 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo S has a turbocharged Boxer 6 cylinder engine, Petrol motor.

What size engine does a Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) have?

The Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo S has a Boxer 6, Petrol engine with 3600 cm3 / 219.7 cu-in capacity. How many horsepower (hp) does a 2004 Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo S have? The 2004 Porsche 911 Coupe (996 series) Turbo S has 450 PS / 444 bhp / 331 kW.

Is a 996 Turbo good for 0 60 mph?

In-period, the 996 Turbo was good for 0–60 mph in under four seconds and ran through the quarter mile in a couple of ticks over 12 seconds at 118 mph. That’s plenty quick, but the numbers aren’t the reason to consider buying a Turbo. Instead, it’s the supple, all-rounder feel of the car.

What went wrong with the Porsche 996?

There are two main issues with the 996 generation of 911s. The first is the, ahem, unpopular, look of the front end. Breaking tradition with the classic round-headlight look of the 993, early 996s had amorphous blobs that were derided as “fried egg” headlights. However, the Turbo model came with a more handsome headlight treatment.