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More aggressive, aerodynamic and more powerful than ever before. Brabus got the Porsche 911 Turbo S, one of the fastest models in the whole range, to turn it into a control machine, but without sacrificing style and functionality. Available for versions coupe and others CabrioletThis bundle promises the most delirious offerings.

Up to 820 hp with the “sound” of Formula 1.

As with all Brabus equipment, engine development has begun. In this case, the 3.8 biturbo engine can count on two different levels of improvement. The first takes the Turbo S to 720 channels and 900 Nm of torque, while the second exceeds the 800 hp barrier, bringing the total to 820 channels and 950 Nm.

The first upgrade is based on the PowerXtra P38S-720 software, which makes the engine maps to injection and turbo compression more powerful. Thus, 911 goes from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.6 seconds And a top speed of 335 km / h.

Porsche 911 Turbo S from Brabus
Porsche 911 Turbo S from Brabus

However, maximum performance is achieved thanks to the revised version of the PowerXtra P38S-820 which, in addition to the new ECU settings, adds two high-performance turbochargers with larger compressors and turbines. This reduces acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h to only 2.5 secondsat maximum speed (again electronically limited) of 340 km / h.

Still in the mechanics, Brabus offers an option for all 911 Turbo models with an exhaust system made from Inconel, a special alloy also used in Formula 1 powertrains. Electronic volume-shifting control, from the quietest “coming home” “sport” to the most thunder

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Carbon abundance and aerodynamics

The 911 Turbo S is a real rocket, not only thanks to its engine, but also thanks to its aerodynamics. In the BRABUS version we find a new body kit developed in the wind tunnel which increases the aerodynamic efficiency of the car and gives it a more unique appearance. The kit consists of a splitter and carbon fiber for the air intakes, while on the sides we see widened wheel arches.

There’s also a carbon splitter that includes four 100mm diameter exhausts and a new rear wing. Height has been reduced by 25mm and the Monoblock Z Platinum Edition alloy wheels (21-inch front and 22-inch rear) seem to push the Turbo S more to the ground.

Porsche 911 Turbo S from Brabus

Finally, Brabus did not forget about the inside. As in any self-respecting tuning, the Porsche cabin can be customized from a long list of accessories. The 911 Turbo S pictured features a series of stitching and detailing, as well as red and white Brabus logo metal plates. But of course, each customer can choose the paint and colors of his choice.

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