2014 Porsche 911 ‘991’ Turbo S
Beginning life as the seventh generation Porsche 911, titled the ‘991’, the Turbo S has been granted 560 horsepower from its 3.8 litre turbocharged engine, which propels it from 0-60 in 2.6 seconds. That’s just 0.1 second shy of one of the fastest cars the world has ever seen, the Bugatti Veyron. This is as a result of Porsche’s ground-breaking way of delivering the power to all four wheels using its incredibly fast PDK dual-clutch transmission system, as well as its unreal launch control.
And whilst the launch is the talking point of this car, the whole experience is unbeatable. Porsche have always been great at creating useable sports cars, but the 991 Turbo S could easily be considered a useable supercar, even getting close to hypercar territory.
This particular car has only driven over 2000 miles. Is has been fitted with 20-inch alloy wheels, with ceramic composite brakes. It benefits from the classic 911 colour combination of a silver metallic exterior and black leather interior. The V5 states 1 former keeper and it has been an exceptionally well taken care of car. Including manual, service book and history, plus two keys and trackers.