With AWD and peak torque up to a remarkable 502 lb.-ft. could it be Z06's Nemesis?
Porsche released technical information and the first official photos of the sixth-generation 911 Turbo. Without a doubt, this looks to be the best turbocharged production machine that the legendary manufacturer has ever assembled. Power is derived from a twin-turbo 3.6-liter boxer engine that makes a whopping 480 bhp at 6000 rpm and a maximum 457 lb.-ft. of torque in a broad powerband spectrum from 1950 all the way up to 5000 rpm. A Sport Chrono Package (optional) allows for 10 seconds of additional boost that can bring peak torque up to a remarkable 502 lb.-ft. New tech features include a completely revamped all-wheel-drive system (said to be one of the lightest in the industry) with reworked traction control; larger (nearly 14-in.) brake discs front and rear and an available ceramic composite braking system for even more impressive braking, with even larger rotors (nearly 15-in.) up front.