Porsche 1985 MY: the 911 Turbo
Central locking and air conditioning system now as standard
The most expensive and fastest
car (over 260 km / h) in the sports car manufacturer Porsche's range has been revised for the 1985 model year.
In addition to the equipment that the Porsche 911 Carrera has already installed ex works, the 911 Turbo will also offer the air conditioning system, central locking and two electrically adjustable comfort seats at no extra charge.
The Porsche 911 Turbo, which is one of the fastest cars in the world and of which around 10,000 have rolled off the assembly line, has also been improved in terms of its chassis. Stabilizer bars with a diameter of 22 millimeters at the front and 20 millimeters at the rear (previously: 20 and 18 mm) ensure reduced body roll and further increased cornering stability.
In order to improve comfort, the reduced brake pedal forces have been taken into account in the Turbo: the pedal force of the foot brake could be reduced from 300 N to 220 N by a modified brake booster. This corresponds to a reduction of around 30 percent.
Technical data PORSCHE 911 TURBO
- body: two-door coupé-targa-cabriolet body, 2 + 2-seater
- engine: air-cooled 6 cylinder four-stroke engine with 2 opposite rows of cylinders (boxer engine)
- bore: 97.0 mm
- stroke: 74.4 mm
- displacement : 3299 ccm
- Compression: 7: 1
- Engine output: 221 kW at 5500 rpm (300 HP)
- Max. torque: 430 Nm at 4000 rpm (44.0 Kgm)
- Power transmission: gearbox in the rear, connected to the engine
- Brakes: Hydraulic dual-circuit brake system with 4 internally ventilated and perforated brake discs
- Weights DIN:
- empty weight 1335 kg
- permissible total weight 1680 kg
- Acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 5.4 seconds
- Top speed over 260 km / h
- Fuel consumption:
- at 90 km / h 9.7 l/100 km
- at 120 km / h 11.8 l/100 km
- city driving 15.5 l/100 km