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Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) with up to 800 hp by G-Power!

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Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) with up to 800 hp by G-Power!

In principle we know the tuner G-Power (has been around for almost 40 years) With Performance Optimizations for brand vehicles BMW and for some time also based on Mercedes-Benz. But now there is an extension of the program to the brand Porsche. And not only on the 911 shown, but in the future also for others such as the popular Porsche SUVs or the Panamera. And maybe the Taycan will soon be there too. Are planned for the burners various high performance parts like turbocharger, sport catalysts or Sports exhaust systems including tailor-made Software for a significant increase in performance. But it still stands not only the focus is on pure power, but at the same time the unchanged good driveability and durability of the engines/vehicles. And in the style of the previously refined upgrades for M and AMG models, several expansion stages are also planned for Porsche models.

G-Power 911 Turbo S

The 911 Turbo S presented here performs in the top version by means of Performance software GP-800, With GP upgrade intercooler and DEEPTONE sports exhaust system including sports catalysts (available in aluminum or titanium) fierce 800 PS & 950 Nm maximum torque. Compared to the standard performance of the 3,8-liter BiTurbo boxer engine with 650 PS & 800 NM, this is of course an announcement. So the XNUMX runs in just 2,3 seconds to 100 km/h (series: 2,7) and the 200 km/h mark is already further away 4,95 seconds (Series: 8,9) broken. And how exactly that feels is shown in the following test video by the YouTuber "Gercollector".

And typically G-POWER there are not only more power but also a few optical Customizations for the 911. First and foremost, of course, in the form of the in-house Hurricane RR or Hurricane RS forged wheels. They are made of particularly light aluminum and measure 9,5×21 inches at the front and an impressive 12×22 inches at the rear. The new wheelset is fitted with 255/30 tires at the front and 335/25 slippers at the rear. By the way, the vehicle in the pictures has it Hurricane RR rims fitted with a custom finish in GP Orange and polished fronts. However, that was not the case in the video.

there will also be new carbon parts

Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) with up to 800 hp by G-Power!

And the wheels shouldn't be the end of it. Because we are already working on high-quality products for the future Body components made of carbon in the form of another bonnet and a new one rear wing. And also a completely new and individual one Facilities from the interior with high-quality materials such as leather and Alcantara is already on offer. As already mentioned, it should weaker give expansion stages. G-Power has not yet published any technical data on this. If we get more information about the changes, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use our Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!

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Porsche 911 Turbo S (992) with up to 800 hp by G-Power!
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