Current Porsche 911 Turbo S is one of the fastest production cars in existence, and this latest video about drag racing from CarWow shows how fast it has become in decades.
There are a total of seven generations 911 Turbo which have been produced for decades. The dynasty began back in 1975 with the introduction of the 930. It was built until 1989, when it was replaced by the 964 Turbo, which lingered only until 1993, and two years later was replaced by the 993.
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Porsche started the 21st century with the release of the 996 Turbo in 2000 and built it in four years. The 997 then followed suit and was available from 2006 to 2011 before the 991 generation appeared in 2013. In 2020, the current models 992 Turbo and Turbo S appeared on the market.
It should come as no surprise that the 911 Turbo has only gotten faster over the years, so it makes sense that the new cars outperform the previous ones, with the 992 leading and the 930 the last.
In total, three drag flights were held, the third and final – the best. The 992 Turbo S stormed home to victory, covering a quarter mile in 10.2 seconds. This put him ahead of 991 in 10.7 seconds, 997 in 10.9 seconds, 996 in 12.3 seconds, 993 in 12.8 seconds, 964 in 14 seconds and, last but not least, 930 in 17.3 seconds. some time after the suffering. issues. However, the 930 did record a better time of 14.9 seconds in a single race.
The Epic Drag Race features all generations of the Porsche 911 Turbo that go from head to toe
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