2002 Porsche 911 Turbo Coupe 2-door on 2040-cars
Miami, Florida, United States
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2002 Porsche 911 Turbo (996) Tiptronic, car is in immaculate condition, inside and out, and all maintenance is up to date, all fluids have been recently flushed filled with Motul brand fluids, including Tiptronic , differential and power steering fluids, coolant has been flushed as well. During the service they also addressed the leaky blow off valves and upgraded the air filter with a dry AFE panel filter. New tires were mounted less than 200 miles ago and new alignment was performed by Porsche.
Currently the car is equipped with Cobb Stage-1 tuning, plus a TCU tune for the Tiptronic transmission, shifts super smooth, and fast, I can say it shifts faster and smoother than a Cambiocorsa single clutch. I have the optional Made in Italy TUBI Style exhaust that could allow you to bump the stage 1 tuning to stage 2 as well which would put you around that 500+ hp.
Tiptronic transmission is efficient, fast and shifts smooth, and Cobb enabled launch control for it too, best part is no loss of boost between gear changes. I drove both manual and Tiptronic 996s and I can say Tiptronics are way underrated, at the end of the day you have the same transmission from a Mercedes McLaren SLR, which is an AMG 5GTronic Speedshift. It is a bullet proof unit.
Paint is corrected recently and it looks beautiful, front bumper had some flaws from the front plate bracket ( previous owner over tighten it) but it was professionally fixed as well.
Car is fully loaded with rare options such as Natural Leather, which was almost $6k extra I believe, its superior than the regular leather, softer, and has a nicer grain.
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Auto blogThu, 21 Nov 2013
In the event that the Porsche Panamera Turbo's 520 horsepower and 189-mile-per-hour top speed aren't enough to sate the appetite of the speed freak, Porsche has just given the auto show debut to the faster, more powerful Panamera Turbo S.
With 570 horsepower being pumped from a 4.8-liter, twin-turbocharged V8, the Panamera Turbo S promises even faster acceleration, hitting 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, a 0.3-second improvement over the standard Turbo. The top speed, meanwhile, climbs to 192 mph, which is kind of ridiculous for a car with four doors and a trunk.
Other enhancements that come with this Panamera's extra syllable include carbon-ceramic brakes and the entirety of Porsche's active chassis systems, including Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control and Porsche Active Suspension Management. The performance goodies come standard, but that doesn't mean the Panamera Turbo S is cheap.
The Porsche 911 is one of the most iconic sports cars of all time, and to celebrate the car's first 50 years, Porsche has released a stunning set of photos showing how far the 911 has come from the original back in 1963 to its current 991 generation. Unlike the recent 60-year photo spread that Chevrolet put together for the Corvette, though, Porsche's gallery only shows the original 911 and the current car.
Each time the 911 is redesigned, the car's front fenders, roofline and the shape of the side windows are key focal points. Even some of the interior cues have remained the same over the years, including the positioning of the ignition key on the left of the steering column and the five-gauge instrument cluster layout.
Scroll down for Porsche's press release breaking down the seven generations of the 911, and be sure to check out our gallery with plenty of high-res pics for you to download as a desktop wallpaper. In fact, we're providing these at 1920-pixels-wide instead of our usual 1280 wide. Enjoy!
There can't really be a loser between the Jaguar F-Type Coupe R and the Porsche 911 50th Anniversary Edition. One might be better than the other, but if you're behind the wheel of either of them, you can't complain. In a new video, Motor Trend takes on the difficult task of determining which one of these European powerhouses is the best, not just in terms of raw performance, but also how they actually feel to drive.
The Porsche 911 is one of the perennial favorites of the motoring world. It just doesn't go away and always seems capable of challenging the top vehicles in its class. In this video, Motor Trend takes a look at the 50th Anniversary Edition model that celebrates that heritage while boosting power somewhat over the standard version.
The F-Type Coupe is an incredibly masculine car, MT describing it as "a British Corvette." The coupe's exterior lines are tautly stretched over its athletic body, and it's supercharged 5.0-liter V8 sounds like a demon's growl. Jaguar seems to have things right with its latest sports car.