1996 Porsche 911 (993) Turbo, RHD

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Polar Silver metallic with midnight blue leather interior

Factory options include:

  • Air conditioning
  • Electric steel sunroof
  • Full leather interior
  • Hard back seats
  • 18” technology hollow-spoke alloy wheels
  • Rear wiper
  • Top tint windscreen
  • High level rear brake light
  • Twin Airbages
  • ABS 5 braking system and PA 2000 alarm & immobiliser

The 993 Turbo was first launched to the world in September 1985. A huge sensation when it was launched, this 911 Turbo was based on the Carrera 4. In fact its unbelievable capabilities, and exceptionally good road-holding, led to it being compared in the magazine reports to the incredible 959.

Three developments contributed to its unbelievable performance. The engine had low inertia turbos, the transmission had six close-ratio speeds, and of course it came with four wheel drive.  The 911 Turbo was conceived and built my motorsport enthusiasts, who were proud of its power-to-weight ratio of approximately 5.0kg/Kw, and of its staggering 540 Nm of maximum torque at 4,500 rpm. The car has a maximum boost pressure of 0.8 bar.It takes the same amount of time to pin down the 911 Turbo from 200 km/h to a standstill as it does to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h: 4.5 seconds flat. The brake discs are 322 mm in diameter.

The engine is an air-cooled 3600 cc 6 cylinder DOHC unit, with twin turbochargers. Maximum power is 408 BHP and a six speed gearbox was standard. The 911 Turbo is far better at being civilised and coping with everyday driving conditions than its competitors will ever be at providing true sports car performance.

Presented in wonderful condition and boasting one of Porsche’s very best paint and trim combinations, this vehicle has 16 service book stamps, invoices for works, 2  keys and alarm remotes, this particular low-mileage 993 Turbo will enthral any Porsche collector.   It will be supplied with a comprehensive 12 month warranty.