First look at the 2017 Porsche 911 TurboPorsche is updating the iconic 911 Turbo with a slight facelift and some new features. XCAR runs down everything you need to know about the the 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo and Turbo S.
Coming in 2016, Porsche has just announced the 911 Turbo and Turbo S have been given a nip, a tuck, and a bit more horses. [SOUND] Both the Turbo and Turbo S have been given power hikes. The Turbo now has 540 horses, and the S gets 580. Not a 63 times a 3 and 2.9 seconds respectively. And top speeds have risen as well. You'll get 198 in a turn about and 205 miles an hour in the S. Porsche is throwing a lot of standard gear at the new Turbo's: GPS, Climate, All Wheel Drive, Porsche Active Suspension Management, Porsche Stability Management, Porsche Active Aero Dynamics and Parking sensors. [UNKNOWN] Gets a few more Porsche bits as well, Porsche dynamic chassis control and Porsche ceramic composite breaks. It also sites on 20 inch center lock alloys, all very swish. Now the name. Yes, the current crop of 911s have smaller turbo engines so technically the base cars are turbo, too. However the technology arrow and speed [UNKNOWN] in the proper turbos set them far apart. The turbo may not be as hardcore as the GT3s and the like, but a punishing place mixed with top notch comfort. The last turbo s was a mighty fast car but this new one, well if it's too slow for you, you might want to start looking at rocket sleds. Rather than cars. [MUSIC]