Porsche Reinvents Its 572HP 911 Turbo Coupe & Cabriolet For 2021

Jul 17, 2020

Category: Rides

Porsche never ceases to impress us with its constant commitment to evolution and innovation. Each year, the brand finds a way to enhance its vehicles with just enough “oomph” to garner the attention of the auto world, and for 2021, they’re redefining what it means to own the iconic 911 Turbo.

The German automotive manufacturer pulled out all the stops for its next-generation 911 Turbo, bringing it somewhat in-line with its widely-acclaimed 911 Turbo S model. For buyers who are looking to become a part of the Porsche family, the newly-announced 911 Turbo Coupe (and Cabriolet) will take on its lauded twin-turbo, six-cylinder boxer engine, which is capable of producing 572 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. As a result, drivers will be able to accelerate from 0-62 in under 2.8 seconds and achieve an eye-watering top speed of around 198 miles-per-hour. But the vehicle’s engine isn’t its primary selling point. A handful of performance-focused upgrades, including a Sport suspension, an equally-as-efficient Sport exhaust system, and a set of symmetrical VTG turbochargers will also make their debut alongside the new vehicle. We’ve only scratched the surface on Porsche’s $170,800 (and up) next-gen 911, so head over to the company’s website for a closer look.

Purchase: $170,800+

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