2013 Porsche 911 (991) Turbo gets rendered

Article by Christian Andrei, on September 23, 2011

At Porscheboost, there’s a new set of images for the 2013 Porsche 911 Turbo as rendered by Wildspeed. To create these, Wildspeed used the official photos for the production Carrera and then combined accurate elements from the latest spyshots and some guesswork

It’s expected that the turbocharged 911 would be a 3.8-liter engine that delivers about 550hp to all four wheels. The Carrera S got through the Nurburgring with a record of 7:40, which means that it is as quick as the 997 version of the GT3.

It could be competitive against the Nissan GT-R but would likely fall behind the Ferrari 458 Italia. There’s a chance that this won’t even be issue though since the price gap between the two has significantly widened.

At last, people searching for a wildly styled super saloon may have found their perfect match. Nonetheless, it takes a bit of style and adventurous spirit to drive a Porsche. Still, let’s make way for Porsche’s newest entry. To begin with, the 911 Turbo S stands out with its unique air-cooling intakes, fins and head lights. The prominent air scoops in jet-black are easier to spot from a distance with the new model’s LED technology.

Meanwhile, the most significant part of the front end is the retractable spoiler with Turbo S badge on the outer lip. Porsche’s 911 Turbo S looks more elegant and is considerably lightweight because of this design. The more it is extended, the more it makes us all realize that the car is built for racing.

When seeing the car by the traffic light, the 911 Turbo S spoiler lip is completely closed. When it’s moving around the highways, the turbo intercooler opens from the rear axle that appears like a pair of wings ready to take off.

Overall, the new Porsche Turbo 911’s side profile displays more dynamic appearance with its longer wheelbase and longer sideline combined with shorter rear and front body overhangs. On the other hand, the two-tone forged alloys with 10 dual spoke wheels add more elegance to the turbocharged high performance car.

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