Porsche 993 Turbo S
Porsche 993 Turbo S | $ 150,000
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Porsche 993 Turbo S

Porsche 993 Turbo S

In the quest for constant improvement and ultimate perfection, Porsche evolved the legendary 911 to its final celebration - the 993 Turbo S. Its predecessor, the 2-door, Turbo coupe had been released in 1995 with OBD II (On-Board Disgnostics). The electronic engine management and intelligence of the car received a boost with the release of the Turbo S. There was also a power upgrade in the car which was produced as a specialty. Only about 183 cars saw light of the day before the model was discontinued. This sports car definitely paid a great tribute to the air-cooled 911s and is much sought after by Porsche enthusiasts around the world, even today. The current price of this 4-wheel drive sports car is in the range of US $145,000 to US $155,000.


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The interiors of the Turbo S were completely color-coded and were trimmed in leather and carbon fiber. The steering, as always, was small and had a beautifully leathered rim. All the gauges, dials, switches and controls lay on the driver's side of the dash and beside the driver's seat. Thus, the dash opposite the passenger's seat was neat, with only the air vents. The car arrived with an electronic control unit and safety airbags. There was a stereo in front of the gear stick, above which was the air conditioner controls. Seat belts provided safety for the passengers while the security of the car itself was enhanced by the alarm set off via motion sensors.


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The car arrived in a wide range of colors and shades - red, black, grey, steel blue and golden chrome. The gentle smile that many of the previous Porsche cars possessed in the form of a crescent grille at the end of the bonnet was missing. The car looked serious and meant serious business too! It resembled a squatting cat waiting to spring into action due to its lowered suspension. Such a suspension also granted it greater road-grip. Compared to the Turbo, the Turbo S had a larger rear wing and a quadruple exhaust with two each on either sides. A rear spoiler added to the aerodynamic feel that the backward-sloping roof presented. A large rear-windshield wiper was also added to the car. The rear lamps were present as a wide strip running all across. The front had the usual large headlamps and a medium sized grille at the bottom.

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