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Spotted in Stuttgart, Germany
Date 2013-10-10 16:58

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Topspeed 318 KM/H
Acceleration 0-100 KM/H 3.20 s
Power 560 hp
Torque 700 Nm @ 4250 RPM
Weight 1675 kg

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    GERMANY LuxurySpottings  -  2013-10-10 at 17:05

    Turbo S I think?

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    UNITED STATES OF AMERICA OPspotters  -  2013-10-10 at 17:14

    I think Turbo since it doesn't have the Turbo S front spoiler.

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    GERMANY LuxurySpottings  -  2013-10-10 at 17:57

    Both, Turbo and Turbo S are equipped with the front spoiler, which is extendible.

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    NETHERLANDS JDM-spotcrew  -  2013-10-13 at 19:19

    Great shot!

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    NETHERLANDS On_The_Spot  -  2013-10-14 at 09:21

    This is a normal Porsche Turbo and not the Turbo S.

    Also see this link:

    The turbo S has different mirrors and a different front diffuser.

    Nice spot though.

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    NETHERLANDS On_The_Spot  -  2013-10-14 at 09:34

    Additional note:

    After searching the internet, I'm not sure if I'm right or wrong..

    This picture:

    Suggests that the Turbo S has round exhausts (maybe the normal turbo exhausts are optional?) The mirrors definitely look like Turbo S mirrors.. So maybe my bad? Then I don't understand why everywhere on the internet it is stated that this is a Porsche 911 Turbo (not an S).

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    NETHERLANDS On_The_Spot  -  2013-10-15 at 08:02

    I have found the answer and it seems I was wrong:

    "The 20-inch wheels will tell you if it’s a Turbo or a Turbo S. Both are forged wheels but the Turbo S has hub wheel locks. It also has full LED headlights, with ‘four point’ daytime running lights: the standard Turbo has LED illumination in the light panel below it. Otherwise, differences are minor"


    So since this Porsche has hub wheel locks AND ‘four point’ daytime running lights it must be a Porsche Turbo S Cabriolet.

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    GERMANY LuxurySpottings  -  2013-11-16 at 19:30

    LEDs and wheels are available for both, Turbo and Turbo S, whereas the Turbo S always has black/dark exhausts PLUS (!) the Turbo S always has that black piece on the front intake/indicators. This is the second exclusive feature. :)

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