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Porsche 993 Turbo S


The evolution of the "S" 911 Turbo

RHD - 1 of Just 23 UK RHD Cars Built - Recent Major Service

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The 993 turbo was introduced in 1996 featuring full time four wheel drive for the first time on a production 911 Turbo. The 3.6-litre engine was fitted with a pair of KKK K16 turbochargers and Bosch M5.2 engine management. Output was 408bhp at 5750rpm. Performance was explosive with a top speed of 184mph and 0-60 in just 4.5 seconds. Like all turbocharged 911's, this latest variant received heavily flared wheel arches and a static rear spoiler.

Unique to these cars, the body-coloured rear wings were fixed in place and housed the turbocharger intercoolers. For the 1997 model year, Porsche produced the most exclusive road going 993 of all and what became the last air-cooled 911 Turbo - the Turbo S. Based on the standard Turbo, the Turbo S was enhanced with a number of special features Including: the Aerokit II front and rear spoilers, Carbon Fibre interior features, brake cooling ducts alongside the front indicators, uprated yellow coloured 6 pot calipers an additional oil cooler, stiffer suspension that made the car sit 15mm lower and engine cooling scoops carved out from the rear wings. Mechanically, the 3.6-litre twin-turbo flat-six was pumped up to 450bhp by incorporating larger K-24 turbos and a different exhaust making it the firm's most powerful production engine yet.

Only 180 or so cars were produced worldwide with UK production quoted at just 23 examples - these motor cars are extremely rare and sought after.

This example offered for sale by DK Engineering is one of the 23 original UK RHD cars and was delivered new to the Director of Evans Halshaw as his own personal car in March 1998. The car is presented in speed yellow with Black Leather. It is equipped with a top tint screen, 3rd brake light, sports seats (with electric height adjust) and a sunroof. The car has an excellent service history and has recently had a major and extensive service by the Porsche centre at Swindon at 51,000 Miles. Being presented in superb condition it could be easily mistaken for a car with a quarter of the mileage. This represents an opportunity to invest in a highly sought after new age classic that is ready to be used and enjoyed immediately - don't miss it!!