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This training brochure provides detailed information on the Porsche 911 Turbo (MY 14) and also looks at the vehicle's strategic competitors. The aim of this brochure is to provide Porsche sales organization staff with the ability to advise customers extremely competently concerning the 911 Turbo (MY 14). For more details visit the website https://www.ebsracing.com/.

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Product Information Porsche 911 Turbo MY 14 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S

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The content of the product information is the responsibility of the Product Management team in co-operation with the Development Marketing and Sales Network Qualifcation departments. Foreword The Benchmark. The new 911 Turbo. There are several turbos. But there is only one 911. This insight may not be entirely new. But for us it more valid than ever. This is because the 911 Tur- bo is our benchmark – for everything that we build. The starting point. To reach the pinnacle of what is feasible. Once more. This training brochure provides detailed information on the Porsche 911 Turbo MY 14 and also looks at the vehicles strategic competitors. The aim of this brochure is to provide Porsche sales organisation staf with the ability to advise customers ex- tremely competently concerning the 911 Turbo MY 14. For this purpose the information provided is as detailed as possible. It comprises not only a presentation of the technical realisation but also the related advantages of the product. This Product Information accordingly com - prises a wealth of information tailored to the customers’ needs and purchas- ing motives. A prerequisite for profes - sional customer advice is of course the selective use of this knowledge i.e. that it is tailored to each customer’s individual needs. Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft Sales Network Qualifcation

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Contents 1 The new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S .....................................................................................................6 2 D e v e l o p m e n t o b je c t i v e s .........................................................................................................................8 3 Highlights in detail ...............................................................................................................................14 3.1 Exterior and interior design .............................................................................................................................. 14 3.2 Performance and efciency ...............................................................................................................................23 3.3 Equipment ............................................................................................................................... .........................26 3.3.1 Standard equipment .........................................................................................................................................26 3.3.2 Individual options ..............................................................................................................................................30 4 Engine .................................................................................................................................................32 4.1 Basic engine ....................................................................................................................................................35 4.2 Turbocharging and Direct Fuel Injection DFI.......................................................................................................36 4.3 Intake and exhaust system ................................................................................................................................38 4.4 Engine sound ...................................................................................................................................................39 5 Power transmission ..............................................................................................................................41 5.1 Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK ......................................................................................................................... 41 5.2 Porsche Traction Management PTM..................................................................................................................42 6 Fuel consumption and efciency ...........................................................................................................44 6.1 Auto Start Stop function ............................................................................................................................... .... 45 6 . 2 C o a s t i n g / v i r t u a l g e a r s ...................................................................................................................................... 47 7 Chassis ..............................................................................................................................................48 7.1 Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC ...........................................................................................................50 7.2 Rear axle steering ............................................................................................................................................ 51 7.3 Power steering .................................................................................................................................................54 7.4 Brake system ...................................................................................................................................................54 7.5 Wheels and tyres ..............................................................................................................................................57 8 Control systems ...................................................................................................................................60 8.1 Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus ...........................................................................................................60 8.2 SPORT button...................................................................................................................................................61 8.3 Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings ................................................................................62 9 Body 64 9.1 Bodyshell .........................................................................................................................................................65 9.2 Accessories and luggage compartment ..............................................................................................................67 9.3 Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA ...................................................................................................................71 10 Interior ............................................................................................................................... .................79 10.1 911 Turbo standard equipment ..........................................................................................................................79 10.2 911 Turbo S standard equipment .......................................................................................................................80 10.3 Instruments ......................................................................................................................................................81

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11 Electrics ..............................................................................................................................................82 11.1 Light systems ............................................................................................................................... ....................82 11.2 Bi-Xenon headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS ...........................................................................83 11.3 LED headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS+ ...............................................................................84 11.4 ParkAssist ......................................................................................................................................................86 11.5 ParkAssist front and rear incl. reversing camera I 638 .....................................................................................87 11.6 Adaptive cruise control including Porsche Active Safe PAS .................................................................................87 12 Audio and communication ....................................................................................................................88 13 Standard equipment .............................................................................................................................91 14 Optional equipment ..............................................................................................................................96 15 Technical data ...................................................................................................................................109 16 The 911 Turbo models in comparison with their competitors .................................................................121 16.1 Best in Class .................................................................................................................................................. 121 16.2 Another top 5 advantages in the competitor comparison ................................................................................... 121 16.3 Competitor overview – attributes .................................................................................................................... 123 16.4 Cost of ownership ............................................................................................................................... ............128 17 V-numbers and country-specifc items .................................................................................................129

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6 1 The new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S “The Porsche stand in 1974 almost had to be closed due to overcrowding. Guests at the première couldn’t get enough of the superstar from Zufen - hausen. Most people however did not realise that they were witnessing the dawn of a new engine era. The 911 Turbo was the breakthrough for turbo - charging and set a new standard in the world of sports cars.” FOCUS Online: The 20 most dazzling car premières in Paris. 1st place: Porsche 911 Turbo 1974 Its presentation at the Paris Motor Show in 1974 was the start of the 911 Turbo’s success story. The Turbo had set a new benchmark for sports cars. Right from the beginning a real technol - ogy pioneer every generation of the 911 Turbo has represented the pinna- cle of technological feasibility with regard to performance. And it was always ahead of its time: when others were still putting high- displacement 12-cylinder engines in their top models the 911 Turbo was able to set top marks with a rela- tively small and light yet extremely powerful 6-cylinder fat engine. We have followed this tradition unwaveringly ever since. Today for example we do so with unique technologies such as variable turbine geometry VTG which increases both the performance and efciency of the turbo engine dramati - cally. What this clearly illustrates: the 911 Turbo is able to resolve what seem to be contradictory requirements at the highest level. In its core it is the perfect “all-rounder” . Its 8 disciplines: • Tradition innovation • Performance day-to-day usability • Exclusivity social acceptance • Design functionality This means that the 911 Turbo has always been the perfect embodiment of the brand essence of Intelligent Performance perfectly. Even taking the model’s innovative his- tory to date into account the new gen- eration 911 Turbo still represents an unusually major development step: 1. At the foundation is a completely new vehicle with a longer wheelbase a wider track larger wheels and intel- ligent lightweight design. The result is increased performance potential and more comfort 2. On this basis a new generation of variable systems in the areas of drive technology driving dynamics 911 Turbo 1974 The new 911 Turbo

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7 and aerodynamics raises the driving experience to a completely new level. Highlights: – Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA with variable front spoiler and multi-position rear wing for high- speed stability and good dayto- day usability – R ea r - a x l e s t ee r i n g for more agility and stability – Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC and dynamic engine mounts for extremely precise handling and great comfort – Efciency measures such as thermal management vehicle electric system recuperation Auto Start Stop function coasting and virtual gears for a 16 reduction in fuel consumption despite a power increase of up to 30 hp 3. A comprehensive additional range of comfort features and assistance systems increases the feel-good factor by a considerable degree. Highlights: Porsche Active Safe PAS adaptive cruise control Porsche Entry Drive LED headlights incl. camera- based Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus external running electric slide/ tilt glass roof Burmester High-End Surround Sound System. For the frst time the 911 Turbo and the 911 Turbo S are being launched on the market at the same time allowing them to cover an even widerranging spectrum from the very beginning. While the 3.8 l engine of the new 911 Turbo now ofers 383 kW 520 hp +15 kW/20 hp the power of the new 911 Turbo  S has been increased to 412 kW 560 hp +22 kW/30 hp when com- pared with its predecessor model. The new 911 Turbo S is traditionally distinguished mostly by means of its par - ticularly sporty positioning and outstand- ing driving dynamics. All performance- increasing components that are ofered as an option on the 911 Turbo are found here as standard equipment e.g. the anti-roll stabilisation system PDCC the Sport Chrono package with dynamic engine mounts the ceramic brake system PCCB and 20-inch Turbo S wheels with central locking. As far as performance goes the 911 Turbo S in particular as a sports car fully suitable for everyday driving comes close to two magic limits that previously seemed the preserve of only extreme super sports cars: 3.1 sec. for the sprint from 0-100 km/h and 10.3 sec. for 0-200 km/h have yet to be attained in the 911 Turbo segment. The fuel consumption of both models is a sensationally low 9.7 l/100 km CO 2 emissions: 227 g/km. Furthermore the new 911 Turbo models already fulfll the Euro 6 emission standard which does not come into force until September 2015 in Europe for all new registered vehicles with a petrol engine. Verdict: the 911 Turbo has been the reference since 1974. From the end of 2013 it will once again be the measure of all sports cars. On the road in eve - ryday use parked in front of the opera – and on the race circuit. The new 911 Turbo S

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8 Development objectives Implementation Performance Low vehicle weight • Intelligent lightweight construction by the selective use of aluminium 45 of the unpainted bodyshell as well as special steels Increased performance and emotiveness Emotiveness • Engine sound symposer • PDK shift function incl. throttle increase New 911 Turbo • 520 hp +20 hp and 660 Nm +10 Nm • 710 Nm +10 Nm with overboost Sport Chrono package option New 911 Turbo S • 560 hp +30 hp and 700 Nm unchanged • 750 Nm +50 Nm with overboost as standard • Maximum engine speed 7200 rpm Improved driving dynamics and stability • Wheelbase has been extended by 100 mm • Front track widened by 48 mm and rear track widened by 33 mm • Vehicle height reduced by 10 mm • Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus and electronically controlled rear diferential lock standard on 911 Turbo/S • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo • 20-inch wheels with enlarged tyre contact patch • Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA with variable front spoiler and multi-position rear wing incl. tilt function • Rear-axle steering • Porsche Traction Management PTM with greater potential for power transmission via the front axle incl. water-cooled front-axle fnal drive • Steering ratio 10 more direct than 911 Carrera models • Reinforced brake system grey cast iron with larger brake discs f/r 380/380 mm 997 Turbo II: 350/350 mm – standard on 911 Turbo • Reinforced ceramic brake system PCCB with larger brake discs f/r 410/390 mm 997 Turbo S II: 380/350 mm – standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo 2 D e v e l o p me nt objectives Compared with the predecessor models the following main develop - ment objectives were pursued and implemented in the redeveloped vehicle platform:

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9 Development objectives Implementation Fuel consumption and emissions Reduction in fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions up to 16 • Thermal management for engine and transmission • Vehicle electrical system recuperation • Electromechanical power steering • Coasting • Virtual gears • New generation of tyres with reduced rolling resistance • Fuel consumption 9.7 l/100km • CO 2 emissions 227 g/km CO 2 • EU6 emissions standard • 7-gear Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK standard on 911 Turbo S and 911 Turbo: new • Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA • Auto Start Stop function: the newest generation incl. auto-stop during stopping process Driving comfort Improvement in driving comfort with - out compromising driving dynamics • 100 mm longer wheelbase • New generation of tyres with improved rolling comfort • Comfort air pressure up to 270 km/h New 911 Turbo • Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK – standard also on 911 Turbo New 911 Turbo S • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC standard 911 Turbo S option 911 Turbo

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10 Development objectives Implementation New exterior and interior design Clear diferentiation from previous models • Elongated lines due to increased wheelbase +100 mm and shorter overhangs overall vehicle length +56 mm • Door mirror on door panel • Narrow LED tail lights • “PORSCHE” logo on rear apron • New interior design with elevated centre console including new operating concept high-resolution 4.6 inch multifunctional display in the instrument cluster • Attractive new colours • Re-widened 911 Turbo body +28 mm compared with 991 Carrera 4 and 997 Turbo II • New front apron incl. LED front light modules and front spoiler with variable front spoiler lip PAA • New rear apron incl. LED rear lights • New wing element incl. tilt function • New rear lid grille • New rear side sections with integrated air intakes for charge-air cooling • Direction indicator lights and number plate light completely in LED • 911 Turbo instrument cluster incl. “turbo” or “turbo S” logo New 911 Turbo • Bi-Xenon headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS • 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel • “911 Turbo” logo on rear apron • Twin tailpipes in Turbo design chrome-plated to a high gloss • SportDesign steering wheel with shift paddles New 911 Turbo S • LED main headlights incl. PDLS+ standard 911 Turbo S option 911 Turbo • Front apron with lateral airblades and integrated parking sensors • SportDesign exterior mirror • 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel with central locking • “911 Turbo S” model designation on rear apron • Twin tailpipes in Turbo design chrome-plated black

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11 Development objectives Implementation Improved day-to-day usability New assistance and comfort systems • 2-zone climate control • Driving light assistant • Electrical steering column adjustment • Electromechanical parking brake • Power Steering Plus optional • Porsche Entry Drive optional • External running electric slide/tilt roof optional • External running electric slide/tilt glass roof optional • Light design package optional • Speed limit display camera-based • Variable front spoiler lip part of active aerodynamics to improve the approach angle • ParkAssist front and rear with reversing camera optional • Adaptive cruise control including Porsche Active Safe PAS optional New 911 Turbo • Bi-Xenon incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS • Electrically retractable exterior mirrors no-cost option for the 911 Turbo S • ParkAssist rear • Fully electrical sports seats 14-way incl. electrical fore/aft adjustment of the seat cushion no-cost option for the 911 Turbo S New 911 Turbo S • LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus optional on 911 Turbo • ParkAssist at front and rear optional on 911 Turbo • Adaptive sport seats Plus 18-way incl. electrical fore/aft adjustment of the seat cushion option for the 911 Turbo State-of-the-art audio and communication systems • Universal audio interface AUX • Porsche Communication Management PCM audio system incl. navigation module standard on 911 Turbo/S • PCM incl. Juke Box • BOSE Surround Sound System standard on 911 Turbo S • Burmester High-End Surround Sound System optional • Digital radio optional • Online services optional

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12 Highlights Variability in drive technology driving dynamics and aerodynamics is the pre- requisite for solving the classic confict of interests between performance en - ergy efciency and driving comfort. A lot of technology and systems to increase the driving potential usually impair ener- gy efciency however. This includes the classic methods of increasing power via the displacement or the aerodynamics driving dynamics with high downforce values. The driving comfort desired over long distances is also in confict with the performance aim as for example the distinction between comfort-oriented and performance- oriented running-gear setup. As technology pioneers the new 911 Turbo models embody the highest level of variable systems with regard to drive technology driving dynamics and aerodynamics. They ofer a wide range of solutions to technical conficts in in - terests resulting in great performance low fuel consumption and driving comfort suitable for day-to-day use. With these technologies and characteristics the new 911 Turbo models represent perfectly the core of the Porsche brand: Intelligent Performance. The reduction in the equipment-adjusted vehicle weight when compared to the predecessor models also makes a contribution. The intelligent lightweight design allowed the bodyshell weight to be reduced by 13. The vehicle weight of the 911 Turbo has remained the same as that of its predecessor despite a much higher level of product features such as standard provision of PDK rear- axle steering and active aerodynamics. 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Drive • 383 kW 520 hp • PDK – standard • 9.7 l/100 km NEFZ • 412 kW 560 hp • PDK – standard like predecessor model • 9.7 l/100 km NEFZ • Fully variable all-wheel system PTM with higher potential for power transmission via the front axle +10 and more precise system control Body • Wide body 28 mm wider than the 911 Carrera 4 991 and predecessor model 911 Turbo 997 II • Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA Active aerodynamics with variable front spoiler and multi-position rear wing incl. tilt function Chassis • Rear-axle steering Additional steering function for the rear wheels to improve agility and performance as well as day-to-day usability Equipment • LED main headlights incl. PDLS+ standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo • ParkAssist front and rear with reversing camera optional • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC standard 911 Turbo S optional 911 Turbo marked in bold: changes compared with the previous models

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13 Year Technology Varability Model 1974 • Turbocharging • Variable engine power 930 Turbo 1977 • Brake booster • Variable brake force boosting 1978 • Charge air cooler • Variable charge air cooling 1989 • Transmission with fve gears instead of four • Hydraulic clutch actuation • Variable power transmission • Variable clutch support 1990 • Power steering • Anti-lock brake system ABS • Airbag • Variable power assistance • Variable brake system • Variable safety system 964 Turbo 1995 • All-wheel drive with viscous multi-plate clutch • Biturbocharging • Locking diferential • Variable drive system • Variable turbocharging system • Variable locking diferential 993 Turbo 2000 • Engine with water cooling • Tiptronic S • Porsche Stability Management PSM • Variable engine cooling • Variable power transmission • Variable vehicle stability system 996 Turbo 2006 • Variable turbine geometry VTG • Porsche Traction Management PTM • Porsche Active Suspension Management PASM • Variable turbocharging • Fully variable all-wheel drive system • Adjustable damper system 997 Turbo 2009 • Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK • Porsche Torque Vectoring PTV • Demand-controlled oil pump • Variable transmission functions • Variable power transmission • Variable oil supply 997 Turbo II 2013 • Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA • Rear-axle steering • Variable rear diferential lock • Variable aerodynamics • Variabler wheelbase virtual • Fully variable locking diferential 991 Turbo In particular the new highlights of Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA and the rear-axle steering are additional milestones in the evolution of the 911 Turbo models. These systems ft in with the extraordinary technological development of the 911 Turbo model generations.

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14 3 H i gh l i gh t s in detail 3 . 1 E x t er i or a n d interior design The design of the new 911 Turbo models embodies a perfect synthesis of power elegance and functionality. This places the new 911 Turbo models in addition to their outstanding performance fgures at the top of the 911 model line. The high performance potential is characterised by the striking 911 Turbo design characteristics which are striking without being overbearing. The exterior design with a 28 mm widened body com- pared to the 911 Carrera 4 models has been made even more sporty and more dynamic than the previous model. Front view The new 911 Turbo models have an un- mistakeable and independent face that underscores their undoubted special status both within the 911 model series and when compared with competitors. One characteristic feature of the new 911 Turbo models is the front apron with large air intakes independent front light modules and continuous horizontal vanes in the side air intakes. The front light modules in LED tech - nology on the new 911 Turbo models comprise a light frame that serves as a daytime running light on the 911 Turbo or as a position light in conjunction with the LED main headlights optional on 911 Turbo standard on 911 Turbo S as well as an integrated direction indica- tor. The indicator lights integrated into the front apron are also visually difer - ent to the previous models and use LED technology for the frst time. Front view 911 Turbo Front view 911 Turbo S

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15 The special feature of the new front apron however is the front spoiler trim painted in the colour of the vehicle and integrated into the shape of the front apron as well as the variable front spoiler of the Porsche Active Aerody - namics PAA. In its retracted state the black front spoiler lip is completely integrated into the basic shape of the front spoiler. This integration makes the new 911 Turbo models appear much lighter and more elegant from the front. This design feature gives the new 911 Turbo models an optical elegance and sporty agility to go with the high levels of func - tionality and day-to-day usability. With the front spoiler lip extended the new 911 Turbo models show their second face. In this position their strik- ingly aerodynamic form underscores the special power and performance potential of the new 911 Turbo models. The front of the new 911 Turbo S is distinguished by additional black airblades in the lateral air intakes. The parking sensors which are standard at the front of the new 911 Turbo S are integrated into these airblades. The standard LED main headlights with in- tegrated 4-point daytime running lights and the central “turbo S” logo in the extended front spoiler lip 911 Turbo: “turbo” logo are some additional key distinguishing features. Front spoiler trim Variable front spoiler Variable front spoiler lip extended

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16 Side view The lateral air intakes for the charge- air cooler also give the new 911 Turbo models a distinctive character. Their new contour is particularly dynamic and is in- tegrated harmoniously into the rear side sections. The design of the air outlets that can be seen on the side of the rear end has been reinterpreted. The combination of shorter body over - hangs at the front and rear as well as the elongated side line incl. 100 mm longer wheelbase make the new 911 Turbo models look much more dynamic. The sporty design is supported by the great- er integration of the front air intakes in the side lines the more compact air outlet ports in the rear the integrated air intakes in the rear side section and the greater integration of the rear wing in the overall design. The exterior mirrors of the new 911 Turbo are attached to the door panels and are in line with the new 911 gen- eration. The new 911 Turbo S has new distinctive SportDesign exterior mirrors with V-form mirror base and mirror hous - ing in the exterior colour. Another design characteristic of the new 911 Turbo models is the consistent use of the black components such as the bars in the lateral air openings at front Side view 911 Turbo

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17 and rear the air intakes in the rear side sections and the lower parts of the exte - rior mirrors 911 Turbo. This feature is rounded of with a black lower reinforce - ment in the form of the front spoiler lip the side skirts and the rear apron. The new 20-inch forged aluminium wheels set a particularly stylish tone. In addition to the low weight the forging technology allows a narrow spoke cross section enabling an unhindered view of the optically attractive brake system. On the new 911 Turbo the special wheel design of the 20-inch 911 Turbo wheels features 10 doublespokes. Their two- tone design with titanium- coloured base paint and highly polished wheel centre is attractive and highlights the high quality of the overall vehicle. On the new 911 Turbo S the 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheels have a particularly slender and widely spread spoke design. This look gives the wheels particularly good stability and lightness. In addition to the central locking the twotone de- sign in black base paint and a highly pol- ished wheel centre make these wheels exceptionally attractive and sporty. Another key distinguishing feature of the new 911 Turbo S is the ceramic brake system with yellow painted brake callipers. Side view 911 Turbo S

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18 Rear view The rear design of the new 911 Turbo models is even more dynamic and pow- erful than on predecessor models. With its clearly defned individual compo- nents and its highly contoured end sec- tion the new rear design has an even more powerful yet elegant appearance. The body which has been widened by 28 mm compared with the current 911 Carrera 4 models and the adjustable wing element incl. tilt function as an element of Porsche Active Aero dynam - ics PAA are characteristic and forma - tive. It has the basic form of a classical wing element but has a sharper shape and together with the narrower wing tray and the imposing rear lid grille has been more harmoniously integrated in the overall rear design. The narrow tail lights of the new 911 generation with LED technology are perfectly integrated into the rear apron and visually reinforce the broad shoul - ders of the new 911 Turbo models both in their position as well as their shape. The rear light design is rounded of with LED registration plate illumination and the side refectors in the lower part of the rear apron. The side air outlets of of the charge-air cooler are also characteristic of the 911 Turbo models. The outlets have a highly dynamic and integrated appear- ance due to the new V-shaped structure and their horizontal slats that reach to the centre of the rear apron. The new twin tailpipes on the 4-pipe exhaust system and the black rear panel with lower part complete the look. This component integrates the tailpipes and forms a visual horizontal connection between the side tailpipes. Particularly with lighter exterior col- ours the black look of the rear panel emphasises the side areas of the rear apron and therefore the overall width of the vehicle. The combination of its distinct edge contours and the horizon- tal optical emphasis means that the rear of the new 911 Turbo models not only appears wider but also lighter and more dynamic. The new twin tailpipes in the crossmod- el Turbo design form a specifc design detail. On the new 911 Turbo these are chrome-plated to a high gloss and are chrome-plated black on the 911 Turbo S. Rear view 911 Turbo Rear view 911 Turbo S

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19 Exterior colour range The new range of attractive colours ofers a choice of 14 exterior colours including 9 new colours. In addition the new 911 Turbo models can also be supplied in individual colours upon request. Interieur The interior of the new 911 Turbo models are based on the attractive design of the current 911 generation with top quality improved functionality ergonomics and variability as well as increased day-to-day usability. The new 911 Turbo models are also diferentiat- ed by the unique design of functional el - ements such as the instrument cluster the model-specifc logos and the classic standard use of equipment such as the leather interior fully electric seats PCM including navigation module and BOSE Surround Sound System. The 911 Turbo S is also distinguished by other equipment such as carbon trim adaptive sports seats Plus and a two-tone Black/Carrera Red colour combination ofered exclusively with this model. The interior architecture of the new 911 Turbo models seems both completely new and yet familiar. With clear lines and an elevated centre console the driver feels even more at one with the cockpit. The operation of the Porsche Exterior colour range • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Solid colours White • • Guards Red • • Black • • Racing Yellow • • Metallic colours Rhodium Silver Metallic 1 • • Basalt Black Metallic • • Agate Grey Metallic • • Anthracite Brown Metallic • • Mahogany Metallic • • Dark Blue Metallic • • Amaranth Red Metallic • • Sapphire Blue Metallic 1 • • Special colours Lime Gold Metallic • • GT Silver Metallic • • 1 New in all 911 model series as of MY 14

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20 Interior 911 Turbo Doppelkupplung PDK standard on all new 911 Turbo models with raised selector lever and shift paddles on the standard SportDesign steering wheel is functional and sporty. Furthermore the operating concept on the centre console with buttons that are logically placed in function groups ensures fast intuitive operation of the most impor - tant functions. Nevertheless familiar elements can be found such as the classic fve round instruments with the centrally posi- tioned rev counter and the ignition lock to the left of the steering wheel. As is also new in the current 911 genera- tion there is a high-resolution 4.6-inch multifunction display in the tube to the right of the rev counter for the new 911 Turbo models. In addition to the most important on-board computer functions such as convenient map display of the navigation system it contains turbospe- cifc displays such as boost pressure. To diferentiate the new 911 Turbo models have an instrument cluster with black dials chrome-coloured instru- ment rings and a rev counter with a silver scale ring as well as the model logos “turbo” and “turbo S” which are il- luminated for the frst time. The “turbo” and “turbo S” logos are also on the door entry guards. Improved ergonomics especially for tall drivers are ensured by the 25 mm longer fore/aft adjustment of the seats together with the 10 mm longer fore/ aft adjustment track of the steering wheel. Furthermore in the new 911

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21 Interior 911 Turbo S Black/Carrera Red Turbo models the standard SportDe- sign steering wheel with shift paddles is electrically adjustable. Like the predecessor models the 911 Turbo now features fully electric sport seats 14-way as standard and the 911 Turbo S features adaptive sports seats Plus 18-way. New compared to predecessor models is the additional electrical depth adjustment of the seat cushions with a clear improvement in seat comfort. Furthermore the 911 Turbo S has a backrest shell in leather and side airbag covers in the interior colour. The attractive and high-quality interior design was signifcantly improved in the new 911 Turbo models – similarly to the current 911 generation – by means of several galvanised accentuating details. The uniform accent colour is now Galvano Silver. The 911 Turbo S on the other hand has carbon trim on the switch panel the centre console and the door panels. In the new 911 Turbo models the roof lining and the A B and C-pillars are cov- ered with Alcantara. The new 911 Turbo models have a standard leather interior in 4 attractive colours while the 911 Turbo S has an additional exclusive two-tone interior in Black/Carrera Red as standard. Additionally a wide range of high-quality leather interiors are available for all new 911 Turbo models in special colours two-tone and natural leather. Optional trims such as carbon aluminium or mahogany provide ad- ditional personalisation options.

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22 Interior colour range The new 911 Turbo models are avail- able with a leather interior in 4 attractive colours of which 3 are new colours. Additionally the 911 Turbo S is also available as standard with its own two-tone leather interior. Optionally all 911 Turbo models are available with additional leather interiors in 7 colour combinations of which 5 are new colours in special colour two-tone and natural leather. Furthermore a leather interior in colour to sample is also available on request. Interior colour range • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 911 Turbo leather interior Black • w Luxor Beige • w Platinum Grey • w Yachting Blue • w 911 Turbo S leather interior Black/Carrera Red • Special colours Agate Grey • • Two-tone Black/Platinum Grey • • Agate Grey/Pebble Grey • • Black/Luxor Beig • • Natural leather Espresso • • Carrera Red • • Two-tone natural leather Espresso/Cognac • • Other equipment and options Moulding/trims Galvano Silver • Carbon • Equipment/packages Mahogany • • Carbon • • Aluminium/stainless steel • • Leather • • Alcantara • •

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23 3 . 2 Per f or m a n ce and efciency Like their predecessors the latest 911 Turbo models also set new standards in driving dynamics and performance. With a striking power potential and new top technology such as active aerodynam- ics PAA and rear-axle steering the new 911 Turbo models achieve extraordinary performance. The 911 Turbo acceler - ates from 0 to 100 km/h in an amaz - ing 3.4 sec. with the optional Sport Chrono package it can even achieve that in 3.2  sec. The new 911 Turbo S can do so in a breathtaking 3.1  sec. This is supported by additional technolo- gies such as the standard Porsche Dop- pelkupplung PDK which is now standard on the 911 Turbo the new fully variable rear diferential lock and the active all-wheel drive PTM with new electro- hydraulic clutch. The bi-turbocharging with variable turbine geometry used on previous models also supports the great power and performance potential. The driving dynamics and performance are increased once again on the new 911 Turbo S which – in addition to higher engine power – has additional performance features as standard that are ofered as options in the new 911 Turbo programme. These include the anti-roll stabilisation system PDCC the dynamic engine mounts and the ceramic brake system PCCB. In addition to the enhanced perfor - mance fuel consumption and the CO2 emissions on the new 911 Turbo models with PDK have been signifcant - ly reduced by up to 15. Compared with the predecessor model 911 Turbo with manual gearbox the reductions are as much as over 16. As well as adopting many individual components from the current 911 generation such as the lightweight body design thermal management for engine and transmis - sion electromechanical power steering vehicle electric system recuperation and coasting the new 911 Turbo models have additional technologies to increase efciency. These include the active aero - dynamics PAA with variable front spoiler lip the standard inclusion of Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK also standard on the 911 Turbo the enhanced Auto Start Stop function and the virtual gears for the PDK. Key data performance and efciency VM.5/7/5/13 Pag e - 1 SCP Sport Chrono Package 991 997 II Delta 991 997 II Delta Engine Displacement 3.8 l 3.8 l +/- 0 3.8 l 3.8 l +/- 0 Output 383 kW 520 hp 368 kW 500 hp +20 hp 412 kW 560 hp 390 kW 530 hp +30 hp Torque 660 Nm 650 Nm +10 Nm 700 Nm 700 Nm +/- 0 With overboost SCP 710 Nm 700 Nm +10 Nm 750 Nm ---------- +50 Nm Performance 0-100 km/h sec. PDK 3.4 with SCP 3.2 3.6 with SCP 3.4 -0.2 sec. with SCP 3.1 with SCP 3.3 -0.2 sec. 0-200 km/h sec. PDK 11.1 with SCP 10.8 11.6 with SCP 11.3 -0.5 sec. with SCP 10.3 with SCP 10.8 -0.5 sec. Top speed 315 km/h 312 km/h +3 km/h 318 km/h 315 km/h +3 km/h Fuel consumption/CO 2 emissions Fuel consumption l/100 km PDK 9.7 11.4 -15 9.7 11.4 -15 Manual gearbox -------- 11.6 -16 -------- -------- CO 2 emissions g/km PDK 227 268 -15 227 268 -15 Manual gearbox -------- 272 -16 -------- -------- Weights Weight empty DIN PDK 1595 kg 1595 kg +/- 0 1605 kg 1585 kg +20 kg Power-to-weight ratio DIN PDK 3.07 kg/hp 3.19 kg/hp -4 2.87 kg/hp 2.99 kg/hp -4 Aerodynamics/ground clearance Drag coefficient c d Speed 0.31 0.31 +/- 0 0.31 0.31 +/- 0 Performance 0.34 ------- 0.34 ------- Frontal area A 2.07 m 2 2.05 m 2 +0.02 m 2 2.07 m 2 2.05 m 2 +0.02 m 2 Drag c d x A Speed 0.642 0.636 +0.006 0.642 0.636 +0.006 Performance 0.704 ------- 0.704 ------- Downforce 300 km/h Speed 9 kg 9 kg +/- 0 9 kg 9 kg +/- 0 Performance 132 kg ------ +123 kg 132 kg ------ +123 kg Approach angle Basic 10.3° 7.8° +32 10.3° 7.8° +32 Performance 6.7° ------- 6.7° ------- 911 Turbo S 911 Turbo

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24 Comfort and day-to-day usability The new 911 Turbo models are char- acterised by increased sportiness but also by improved comfort and day-to- day usability. They have much improved standard equipment compared to their predecessors and many attractive new optional extras are available. New standard equipment comfort and day-to-day usability 2-zone climate control Separate temperature setting for driver and passenger Driving light assistant Automatic activation and deactivation of dipped beam headlights at dusk in darkness or when driving through tunnels New Porsche key New bitless key design Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK Now available as standard on the 911 Turbo with convenient gear shifts particularly in automatic mode Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA Including retractable front spoiler lip with increased approach angle Rear-axle steering Reduced turning circle Electrical steering column adjustment Electrical steering column adjustment with a 10 mm longer adjustment track in fore/aft direction and the memory function 911 Turbo Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS Dynamic cornering light as well as adjustment of the driving light to the driving situation and the vehicle speed ParkAssist rear Parking assistant rear Fully electrical sports seats 14-way 25 mm longer adjustment track additional electrical depth adjustment of the seat cushions 911 Turbo S LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ High-performance headlight system including dynamic cornering light as well as dy - namic high beam and adjustment of the driving light to the driving situation and the vehicle speed ParkAssist front and rear Parking assistant front and rear with acoustic monitoring and graphic representation in PCM Adaptive sports seats Plus 18-way 25 mm longer adjustment track additional electrical depth adjustment of the seat cushions

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25 New individual options comfort and day-to-day usability Porsche Entry Drive Keyless opening and closing of doors and luggage compartment ParkAssist front and rear with reversing camera Parking assistant front and rear with acoustic monitoring and graphic representation including colour camera image in PCM Privacy glazing Heavily tinted glazing of the rear side windows and rear window Electrically retractable exterior mirrors with courtesy lighting Electrically retractable exterior mirrors that light the area around the door when getting in or out Electric slide/tilt sun roof Outwards-opening electric slide/tilt roof with new design without restriction to head - room and a larger opening area Electric slide/tilt glass roof Outwards-opening slide/tilt glass sunroof with tinted safety glass wind defector and sun blind New roof transport system Use of Porsche attachment modules such as roof box ski racks and snowboard holder Power Steering Plus Reduction of steering forces at low speeds for example to aid manoeuvring and parking Adaptive cruise control including Por- sche Active Safe PAS Monitoring and automatic distance regulation from the vehicle in front Speed limit display Camera-based trafc-sign recognition Light design package LED light package for the cabin Seat ventilation Seat ventilation available for all sports seat versions Smoking package Includes ashtray and cigarette lighter Luggage net in passenger footwell Additional storage option on the passenger side Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System High-performance sound system with a total output of 821 watts Digital radio Audio system to receive digital radio stations Online services Web radio web-based POI search online weather info basis: “aha” smartphone app 911 Turbo LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ standard on 911 Turbo S High-performance headlight system including dynamic cornering light as well as dynamic high beam and adjustment of the driving light to the driving situation and the vehicle speed ParkAssist at front and rear standard on 911 Turbo S Parking assistant front and rear with acoustic monitoring and graphic representation in PCM

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26 Standard equipment of 911 Turbo models – based on 911 Carrera S 991 New or heavily reworked compared to predecessor models 997 Turbo II 1. Drive and performance • Auto Start Stop function and coasting • Vehicle electrical system recuperation • SPORT button 2. Chassis • 100 mm longer wheelbase • Track on front and rear axle widened by up to 74 mm RA • Electromechanical power steering with variable steering ratio and steering impulse • Steering wheel fore/aft adjustment +10 mm • Electrically operated parking brake • 20-inch wheels • Comfort air pressure up to 270 km/h 3. Exterior • Intelligent lightweight construction with aluminium-steel composite incl. front wing roof and parts of the bodyshell in aluminium • Wider body over the front axle • Door mirror on the door panel • ParkAssist rear • Front wiper system with aerodynamic wiper blades • “PORSCHE” logo on rear apron • Registration plate illumination with LED technology • Refectors integrated in rear apron • Driving light assistant including Automatic Coming Home lights • Universal audio interface AUX in the glove box • 3 plug sockets 12 Volt • New vehicle key 4. Interior • New interior with rising centre console incl. strip for switches • 2-zone automatic climate control • Instrument cluster incl. high-resolution 4.6-inch colour display with on-board com- puter functions • LED technology interior lighting • Interior parts in Galvano Silver 911 Turbo • Interior parts in carbon 911 Turbo S 3.3 Equipment The extensive equipment of the new 911 Turbo models is based on the cur- rent 911 generation and the enhanced 911 Turbo or 911 Turbo S equipment packages. 3.3.1 Standard equipment The new standard equipment of the cur - rent 911 Carrera generation provides the basis for the standard equipment package of the new 911 Turbo models. The new 911 Turbo models have the following new items compared to the previous models 997 II:

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27 911 Turbo Paket marked in bold new compared to 997 Turbo II 1. Motor • Maximum power 383 kW 520 hp • Maximum torque 660 Nm • Optional overboost with maximum torque 710 Nm in combination with Sport Chrono Package option • Turbocharging with variable turbine geometry VTG • Sound symposer 911 Turbo • Start Stop function enhanced • Engine-compartment cover with “turbo” logo 2. Power transmission • 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK • New Porsche Traction Management PTM with water-cooled front-axle fnal drive and new all-wheel drive clutch and control 911 Carrera 4S: PTM independent all-wheel drive clutch 3. Chassis • Rear-axle steering • Turbo brake system with brake discs Ø 380/380 mm front/rear • Composite brake disks with aluminium brake chambers • Steering in the centre position is 10 more direct Wheels/tyres • 20-inch 911 Turbo wheels forged two-tone • Front axle: 8.5 J x 20 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres • Rear axle: 11 J x 20 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres • Tyre Pressure Monitoring 4. Exterior • Wide 911 Turbo body 72 mm wider than 911 Carrera 28 mm wider than 911 Carrera 4 and 911 Turbo 997 II • Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA with automatically extending/retracting front spoiler multi-stage and wing element multi-stage incl. tilt function • Front spoiler lip with “turbo” logo • ParkAssist rear • Automatically dimming mirrors with rain sensor • Metallic paint • 911 Turbo front apron with new independent front light modules completely with LED technology and large air openings • 911 Turbo rear side sections with integrated intake ports for charge-air cooling • 911 Turbo rear apron with integrated twin tailpipes in Turbo design made of stainless steel polished to a high gloss and additional outlet ports for charge-air cooling • “911 Turbo” logo on rear apron 911 Turbo package In addition to the equipment of the cur - rent 911 Carrera S the new 911 Turbo has the following product features as standard:

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28 5. Interior • Basis similar to current 911 generation • Leather interior • Fully electrical sports seats 14-way incl. depth adjustment of the seat cushions • SportDesign steering wheel with shift paddles • Electrical steering column adjustment • PDK selector lever frame of PDK surround with “turbo” logo • 911 Turbo instrument cluster with black dials chrome-coloured instrument rings as well as a rev counter with silver-coloured scale ring and illuminated “turbo” logo • Door sill guards with “turbo” logo 6. Electrics • Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS • LED direction indicator lights • Instrument cluster with additional displays for boost pressure performance and speed limit optional • Porsche Communication Management PCM audio system with 7-inch touchscreen and navigation module • BOSE Surround Sound System • Heated seats without extra charge

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29 911 Turbo S Package marked in bold new compared to 997 Turbo S II 1. Engine • Maximum power 412 kW 560 hp • Maximum torque 700 Nm • Standard overboost with maximum torque 750 Nm • Maximum engine speed at 7200 rpm 911 Turbo: 7000 rpm • Engine-compartment cover with “turbo S” logo 2. Chassis Ceramic brake system PCCB • Brake disc diameter 410/390 mm front/rear • Brake callipers painted yellow Wheels/tyres • 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheels with central locking forged two-tone look black/brightly polished and wheel hub cover with full-colour Porsche crest. • Front axle: 9 J x 20 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres • Rear axle: 11.5 J x 20 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 3. Performance • Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC 4. Exterior • Side front apron with additional airblades and integrated parking sensors • Front spoiler lip with “turbo S” logo • Windscreen with grey top-tint • SportDesign exterior mirror • ParkAssist front and rear • “911 turbo S” model logo on rear apron • Twin tailpipes in Turbo design made of black-chromed stainless steel • Tank cap in Aluminium Look 5. Interior • Two-tone Black - Carrera Red leather interior • Dashboard trim incl. cup holder trim centre console trim and door panel trim fnished in Carbon • Adaptive sports seats Plus 18-way incl. depth adjustment of the seat cushions • Adaptive sports seats Plus airbag lid in interior colour • Backrest shell of the adaptive Sports Seats Plus in leather • Rev counter with illuminated “turbo S” logo • Door sill guards with “turbo S” logo 6. Electrics • LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ • Cruise control 911 Turbo S package In addition to the equipment of the new 911 Turbo the new 911 Turbo S has the following standard equipment:

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30 3.3.2 Individual options The individual options for the new 911 Turbo models are based on the options of the current 911 Carrera generation. Main changes when compared to previ- ous models 911 Turbo/S 997 II: New individual options for 911 Turbo models based on 911 Carrera New or heavily reworked compared with previous models 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Code • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Exterior 559 Trim strips in a high-gloss fnish • • XEX Bi-Xenon headlights black with Porsche Dynamic Light System • 625 Porsche Entry Drive • • 911 “911” logo on rear apron w w 636 ParkAssist front and rear • • XLP Privacy glazing • • 748 Electrically folding exterior mirrors • w 653 Electric slide/tilt glass roof • • Engine and chassis 450 Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB – reinforced compared with 997 II • • 352 Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC • • 658 Power Steering Plus • • 138 Sports tailpipes • • Interior and audio 456 Adaptive cruise control including Porsche Active Safe PAS • • 631 Speed limit display • • 630 Light design package • • P05 Sport seats Plus 4-way incl. electr. height adjustment w w P06 Fully electrical sports seats 14-way incl. depth setting of the seat cushions • w P07 Adaptive sports seats Plus 18-way incl. depth setting of the seat cushions • • 583 Smoking package • • 581 Luggage net in passenger footwell w w 899 ISOFIX mounting for child seat on passenger side was CT range CKS • • CPK Painted vehicle key • • Code Two-tone natural leather interior • • EED Mahogany interior package • w XHF Heated multifunction steering wheel in mahogany • • XHG Centre console trim in mahogany • w 682 Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System • • 691 Digital radio • • UN1 Online services • • Factory collection S9Y Factory collection in Leipzig with dynamic driving instruction • •

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31 Individual options in MY E The following options will be ofered additionally in MY E: New individual options MY E 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 911 Carrera models Code • Standard equipment • Individual options w Without extra charge New range for all 911 models MY E 602 LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ • • • 529 SportDesign exterior mirror • • • 429 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel • w • 631 Speed limit display • • • 342 Heated seats for sports bucket seats • • • Additional options for 911 Turbo models only MY E 638 ParkAssist front and rear with reversing camera • • 435 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel with central locking • • XRU 20-inch Sport Classic wheel 1 • w 138 Sports tailpipes • • 1 not available in Japan

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32 4 Engine The engines of the new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S models are a consist- ent enhancement of the proven and powerful engines of their predecessor models. This gives the new engines the following important basic features: Basic features • 6-cylinder Boxer engine • Displacement 3.8 l • Turbocharging with variable turbine geometry VTG • Direct fuel injection DFI with multi-port injectors • Cylinder heads with tumble intake ports • Expansion manifold system • Integrated dry-sump lubrication • On-demand electronically-controlled oil pump • 4-valve technology with hydraulic valve clearance compensation • VarioCam Plus inlet camshaft control and valve lift adjustment • Individual ignition coils with static high-voltage distribution • On-board diagnostics OBD II • 911 Turbo: overboost function with higher maximum torque in combination with the optional Sport Chrono Package Engine

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33 The development aims for the new 911 Turbo engines were: Development objectives • Power and torque increase – 911 Turbo • Power and torque increase incl. overboost – 911 Turbo S • Increase in maximum engine speed – 911 Turbo S • High charge-air cooler efciency • Reduction of fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions by 15-16 • EU6 emission classifcation in Europe • Acoustic emotiveness of engine sound • Adaptation of add-on parts due to wheelbase being lengthened by 100 mm • Weight reduction • New tailpipe system including visual diferentiation between 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S • Option of sports tailpipes to create an additional distinction • Sound with SPORT button New items • Piston connecting rod and elbow • Adapted turbocharger • Thermal management • Sound symposer • New turbo tailpipe look with twin tailpipes and diferent fnishes for 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S • Sports tailpipe option • Geometric adjustment of add-on parts to the new spatial conditions These objectives have been achieved in particular thanks to the following new items and enhancements:

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34 VM.5/7/5/13 Pag e - 1 991 MY E 997 II MY D Change 991 MY E 997 II MY D Change Power/torque Max. power 383 kW 520 hp 368 kW 500 hp +20 hp 412 kW 560 hp 390 kW 530 hp +30 hp At engine speed 6000 - 6500 rpm 6000 - 6500 rpm 6500 - 6750 rpm 6250 - 6750 rpm Max. torque 660 Nm 650 Nm +10 Nm 700 Nm 700 Nm +/- 0 At engine speed 1950 - 5000 rpm 1950 - 5000 rpm 2100 - 4250 rpm 2100 - 4250 rpm Max. torque with overboost 1 710 Nm 700 Nm +10 Nm 750 Nm ---------- +50 Nm At engine speed 2100 - 4250 rpm 2100 - 4000 rpm 2200 - 4000 rpm ---------- Power output per litre 100.8 kW/l 136.8 hp/l 96.8 kW/l 131.6 hp/l +5.2 hp/l 108.4 kW/l 147.4 hp/l 102.6 kW/l 139.5 hp/l +7.9 hp/l Maximum engine speed 7000 rpm 7000 rpm +/- 0 7200 rpm 7000 rpm +200 rpm Fuel consumption/CO 2 emissions/emission classification Fuel consumption 2 total 9.7 l/100 km 11.4 l/100 km -15 9.7 l/100 km 11.4 l/100 km -15 CO 2 emissions 2 total 227 g/km 268 g/km -15 227 g/km 268 g/km -15 11.6 l/100 km -16 272 g/km -16 Emission classification EU6 EU5 EU6 EU5 1 In combination with the optional Sport Chrono Package standard for 911 Turbo S 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 2 Values for PDK In conjunction with manual gearbox: Key data engine The redeveloped engines and the vehicle-specifc changes to reduce fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions e.g. Start/Stop function coasting virtual gears … allow the new 911 Turbo models to achieve the following key fgures:

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35 911 Turbo power increase Compared with the predecessor model the power of the new 911 Turbo has been increased from 368 kW 500 hp by 15 kW 20 hp to 383 kW 520 hp. The maximum torque has increased by 10 Nm from 650 Nm to 660 Nm. In conjunction with the optional Sport Chrono package the time-limited overboost function also increases the maximum torque by 10 Nm from 700 Nm to 710 Nm. The power increase of the new 911 Turbo with a comparable boost pressure of approx. 1.0 bar is achieved largely by increasing the efciency with higher combustion pressures and a readjustment of the valve timing and timing angle in particular. 911 Turbo S power increase Compared to the predecessor model the power of the new 911 Turbo has been increased from 390 kW 530 hp by 22 kW 30 hp to 412 kW 560 hp. The maximum torque is still 700 Nm. The overboost function is new in the 911 Turbo S. With this function which has been added to the 911 Turbo S for the frst time the maximum boost pres- sure is increased by approx. 0.15 bar in the medium rev range for up to 20 sec. when the SPORT or SPORT Plus button is pressed increasing the maximum torque to 750 Nm. The boost pressure without overboost in the new 911 Turbo S is a maximum of 1.2 bar placing it like the previous models at about 0.2 bar above that of the 911 Turbo. In addition to the higher boost pressure the maximum engine speed of the new 911 Turbo S has been increased to 7200 rpm 997 Turbo/S II: 7000 rpm. This allows the usable rev range to be extended and in the case of full-load accelera - tion after shifting at 7200 rpm allows a higher following engine speed with higher drive torque in the next gear up. This measure increased the great acceleration potential of the new 911 Turbo S even more. 4.1 Basic engine The basic engine of the new 911 Turbo/S models with 3.8 l displace- ment direct fuel injection DFI VarioCam Plus intake camshaft adjust - ment and valve lift adjustment integrat - ed dry-sump lubrication and electronic demand-controlled oil pump was largely adopted from previous models. To ensure the durability of the new 911 Turbo engines and thus the increased power and torque fgures the pistons were reinforced and adapted. This enabled the maximum pressures to be increased by more than 10 and the inner efciency was improved signifcantly. This made it possible to in – crease power when compared to previous models with comparable boost pressures by readjusting the thermodynamics e.g. valve timing and timing angle. Cooling concept To cool the heat generated by the power increase the coolers and radiator fans in the front end were redesigned. Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models around the world have a centre radiator as stand- ard. This radiator is mostly new and its air fow has been improved further. The lateral radiators have a radiator cooler with better recooling efciency and the radiator fan has a power rating of 400 watts 997 Turbo/S II: 280 watts. To provide cooling for the additional power increase the 911 Turbo S has additional airblades on the side of the front end. These allow the side radia - tors to be supplied with more cooling air improving radiator performance even further. The additional airblades are also ftted as standard in the 911 Turbo in extremely hot countries. VarioCam Plus

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36 4.2 Turbocharging and Direct Fuel Injection DFI Turbocharging Like their predecessor models the new 911 Turbo models have turbocharg- ing with variable turbine geometry VTG. The new 911 Turbo models therefore once again demonstrate the core competence of Porsche engine technology of turbocharged petrol engines and continue to set standards amongst the current competition. This turbocharging technology with variable turbine guide blades which is unusual for turbocharged spark-ignition engines enables functionality up to a maximum exhaust gas temperature of approx. 1000 degrees on the new 911 Turbo models. The principle of variable guide blades which guide the exhaust fow on the tur- bines of the turbocharger in a variable and targeted manner combines the function of small and large turbocharg - ers in the new 911 Turbo models as well. With almost closed guide blades for good response and high torque val - ues at low revs and open guide blades for high output values at high revs. In addition maximum torque is available over a broader rev range. The turbochargers have been reworked for the new 911 Turbo models. New compressors improve the responsive- ness of the turbochargers even further and optimise the boost pressure char- acteristics. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono package option standard for 911 Turbo S the overboost function will be ofered on the new 911 Turbo as it was on its predecessor and will be ofered on the new 911 Turbo S for the frst time. When the SPORT or SPORT PLUS button is pressed in the medium rev range and the accelerator pedal is fully depressed the boost pressure is increased temporarily by approx. 0.15 bar on both the new 911 Turbo and the new 911 Turbo S. The over- boost function increases the maximum torque on the new 911 Turbo from 660 Nm to 710 Nm and on the new 911 Turbo S from 700 Nm to 750 Nm. The charge-air coolers were also re- worked for the new 911 Turbo models. With the same net structure and com- parable dimensions as well as recool- ing rates a redesign of the intake and vent boxes has reduced pressure loss allowing the charge air to be cooled more efciently. Direct fuel injection Like their predecessor models the new 911 Turbo models also have Direct Fuel Injection DFI via multi-port injectors with a fuel pressure of up to 140 bar. The beneft of this technology is to allow the new models to attain high power and torque fgures while also lowering the fuel consumption and the CO 2 emissions. Fuel consumption/EU6 To reduce the fuel consumption the new 911 Turbo models like the current 911 Carrera models have the following systems and functions in addition to Direct Fuel Injection DFI: • Thermal management for engine and transmission • Vehicle electrical system recuperation • Electromechanical power steering • Coasting Variable turbine geometry VTG

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37 To reduce fuel consumption even further the new 911 Turbo models have the following additional systems or functions: • Standard provision of Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK in the 911 Turbo as with 911 Turbo S • Virtual gears • Advanced Auto Start/Stop function Furthermore the new 911 Turbo mod- els already fulfl the Euro 6 emission standard which comes into force in September 2015 for all new registered vehicles with a petrol engine.

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38 4 . 3 I n t ak e an d exhaust system In addition to turbocharging the intake and exhaust system is crucial to the thermodynamic performance. For a high power potential the intake and exhaust system of the new 911 Turbo models has low pressure loss high recooling rates of the charge-air cooler an efcient emission control system and an expansion manifold system to improve engine efciency. The suction air dampers in the intake pipes right/left are new and are located between the air flter and the turbo- charger compressors. They are located just in front of the compressors and comprise an approx. 150 mm perforat - ed tube with a cylindrical damper hous- ing. The suction air dampers reduce unpleasant backfow noise through the compressor when the throttle valve is closed during overrun. The weight of the pressure pipes between the charge-air cooler and the throttle valve has been reduced by ap- proximately 40 in the new 911 Turbo models through a redesign. Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models have an expansion manifold system to improve engine efciency. Here again this specifc intake manifold uses air vibrations to support the engine power and allows low fuel consumption even at high loads and engine speeds. Exhaust system The exhaust system of the new 911 Turbo models ofers good responsive- ness thanks to short distances to the turbocharger as well as fast build-up of booster pressure and an efcient emission control system. In combina- tion with other improvement measures the new 911 Turbo models already fulfl the Euro 6 emission standard which comes into force in September 2015 for all new registered vehicles with a petrol engine. The elbows of the new 911 Turbo models have been completely rede- signed. Very short single tailpipes have dramatically reduced the mass of the shoulder. This shortens the warming- up phase of the exhaust system after a cold start and brings the catalytic converters up to their operating tem- perature of approx. 300 °C faster. In addition to faster reduction of exhaust emissions the shorter warming-up phase reduces fuel consumption and raw emissions. The interior structure of the rear silencers largely corresponds to those of previous models. The two twinbranch outputs with a larger overall cross-section are new compared to the twin-branch exhaust system of previous models. This reduces airfow noise on the tailpipes ensuring an even more emotional sound. The turbo design of the new twin tailpipes ft in with the cross-model tailpipe strategy and is used in the 911 Turbo models for the frst time. On the new 911 Turbo the tailpipes are chrome-plated to a high gloss and for diferentiation are chrome-plated black on the 911 Turbo S. Sports tailpipes optional The “sports tailpipes” option is being of - fered once again for the new 911 Turbo models. This option comprises slightly oval twin tailpipes made of highqual - ity titanium. The two twin tailpipes are polished and both their shape and their unpainted surface produce a purist material-based look. The sports tailpipes are diferentiated from the standard tailpipes of the 911 Turbo models in their shape oval rather than square in their material titanium rather than stainless steel and their surface polished titanium as opposed to high-gloss chrome-plated stainless steel on the 911 Turbo or chrome-plated in black on the 911 Turbo S. 911 Turbo twin tailpipes 911 Turbo S twin tailpipes Sports tailpipes

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39 4.4 Engine sound The new 911 Turbo models have a sound symposer as standard to im- prove the sporty-emotional driving experience. The new 911 Turbo S also makes a particularly sporty engine sound when idling. As with its prede- cessor model this is achieved with a changed control to the turbocharger adjustable blades and the ignition. To support the vehicle’s sporty pres- ence acoustically just like the prede- cessor models the new 911 Turbo models increase the idle speed from 680 rpm to 800 rpm in SPORT and SPORT PLUS modes. Post-combustions in overrun are new and these generate acoustic accents in the exhaust system when the SPORT or SPORT PLUS but- ton is pressed. Engine intervention during shifting adds to the acoustic emotiveness. In SPORT and SPORT Plus mode for example the shifts are made more dynamic through engine speed adjust- ments. During downshifting this is achieved through bursts of the throttle and through engine masking during upshifting. Engine sound and engine speed adjustment 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Basic — Idling • Opening the VTG blades • Late ignition • Downshifting with throttle increase engine speed adjustment • Downshifting with throttle increase engine speed adjustment SPORT • Increase in idle speed from 680 rpm to 800 rpm • Sound symposer active • Downshifting with dynamic throttle increase engine speed adjustment • Upshifting with engine fade-out engine speed adjustment • Overrun with post-combustion • Increase in idle speed from 680 rpm to 800 rpm • Sound symposer active • Downshifting with dynamic throttle increase engine speed adjustment • Upshifting with engine fade-out engine speed adjustment • Overrun with post-combustion SPORT PLUS • similar to SPORT • similar to SPORT

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40 Sound symposer The sound symposer used for the frst time on the 911 Turbo ensures an even richer and sportier engine sound in the vehicle interior. The system is activated using the SPORT button. The sound symposer is a system to transmit the sound of the engine into the vehicle interior. It is not an artifcial sound that is created but the unmistakable sporty engine sound of the fat engine directed straight to the vehicle interior. After activation of the system via the SPORT button the acoustic intensity of the sound symposer is controlled by the accelerator pedal in particular and can therefore especially be experi - enced when accelerating sharply. Compared to the sound symposer in the 911 Carrera models with a 2-chamber system and a simple membrane the sound symposer in the new 911 Turbo models features a 4-chamber system and a transmission element. This difer- ence is necessary due to the turbo- charging technology in the turbo engine. On the engine side the outlet to the sound symposer is in the intake and pressure system just before the throt - tle valve. The air oscillations generated by the engine are conducted directly into the interior through the sound symposer and a valve for activation and deactivation. The oscillating air is discharged under the lining near the rear shelf. Sound symposer Air filter Charge air cooler Expansion intake manifold Throttle valve Turbochargers Acoustic switch Valve controlled by SPORT button Interior entrance/rear shelf Sound symposer

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41 5 Power transmission 5 .1 P o r s c h e Doppelkupplung PDK The proven 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK which is now standard in the 911 Turbo for the frst time has been substantially redeveloped for the 911 Turbo models. This applies above all to the new ther- mal management the rear-diferential lock with fully variable locking values integrated in the transmission and the tuning of the shift programs. The new tuning has enabled implementation or improvement of shifting times shifting comfort emotiveness and efciency including coasting as well as the new virtual gears function. With its basic functionality the en - hanced PDK system provides both sporty and comfortable driving dynam - ics along with the potential for reduced fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions. This includes gear changes in millisec- onds without interruption in traction and automatic and manual modes incl. shifting via the paddles on the steering wheel. A new feature is the integration of the PDK in the thermal management of the overall vehicle with temperature- regulated heating and cooling. This reduces fuel consumption and ensures a high degree of component protection at high loads. The thermal management corresponds to that of the current 911 Carrera generation. Thanks to incorporation of the Intelli - gent Shift Program ISP used in the new 911 Carrera generation enhanced individualisation and networking in the programming of the shifting functions have enabled further improvements in efciency and performance as well as the typical Porsche shifting behaviour. This applies to functions such as start- stop coasting and the new “virtual gears” function as well as the emotive - ness of gear shifting and dynamism of gear changes. In terms of shifting dynamics in addi - tion to the primary control functions such as engine speed and load it was possible to give a higher priority to the longitudinal and lateral acceleration parameters and thus also improve the shifting precision and performance in transmission range “D”. The shift preparation time is determined with greater exactitude and the optimal shifting point at maximum engine speed is selected more precisely. Engine speed adjustment and emotiveness To make gear changes even more dynamic the new 911 Turbo models have an engine-speed adjustment func - tion for both up- and downshifting. This function enables the engine to reach the engine speed of the new gear more quickly when shifting. During downshifting the engine- speed adjustment is done using throttle bursts which in the basic position are relatively comfort-oriented and rather dynamic in the SPORT and SPORT PLUS modes. During upshifting the engine- speed adjustment in SPORT and SPORT PLUS modes is performed by disabling individual engine injections. The throttle blips during downshifting and the engine masking during upshift - ing heighten the engine speed acous- tics and give gear shifts a fuller sound. In addition to making gear changes more dynamic this also heightens the emotiveness of driving and shifting actions. Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK

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42 5 . 2 P or s c h e T r a c t i on Management PTM Like the predecessor models the new 911 Turbo models feature a fully vari - able all-wheel drive system with map- controlled multi-plate clutch and locking values from 0 to 100. The coupling system for controlling the drive force on the front axle is completely new. The now electro-hydraulically con- trolled PTM coupling can now transmit higher forces 10 and control the drive force to the front axle even more quickly and precisely. This enables even more dynamic all-wheel control for more driving stability more precise handling and even better traction and driving dynamics. Moreover the higher propulsion forces via the front axle place a greater load on the front-axle fnal drive. To en - sure component stability even under extreme loads an additional water cooling element is used here for the frst time. It is integrated in the engine’s cooling system and supplies the fron - taxle fnal drive via a separate electric water pump and an independent oil/ water heat exchanger. Customer benefts Handling • More precise handling with high driving stability in all speed ranges and even greater traction and driving dynamics. • Intuitive handling through intelligent and harmonious adjustment of propulsion forces front/rear to the driving situation. Efciency • Reduction of fuel consumption by strategic opening the PTM coupling when coasting. Performance • High driving dynamics and agility with regard to traction driving stability and steerability on race circuits through fast and precise control of propulsion forces. • Improved acceleration through the transfer of higher torque via the front axle incl. exploitation of the engine power boost. • Additional increase of agility with activated SPORT PLUS button standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo for individual driving dynamics requirements. Day-to-day usability • Comfortable manoeuvring and parking with unimpeded steering through de-coupling of the front axle from other propulsion forces. Driving dynamics In terms of driving dynamics the allwheel drive with the new PTM clutch provides notable benefts compared to the system familiar from previous models. Due to the front-axle fnal drive with water cooling and the new clutch system with hydraulic control the transmission is more robust the posi- tioning speed and positioning precision are considerably higher. The depend- ency of the drive torque on the front axle for example through temperature infuences is also lower. With these marginal features the all - wheel- specifc handling of the new 911 Turbo models is even more well-round- ed and precise. The driver’s intention as indicated with the accelerator pedal and steering wheel are implemented with even greater precision. Particu- lar advantages can be observed with low friction coefcients e.g. on snow and ice. Here the drive torque can be delivered more quickly to the front axle and varied with pinpoint precision. The result is more dynamic handling with less wheel slip and less throttling of engine power by the PSM system. In its basic design the driving dynamics control is sporty and rear wheel drive dominant with great agility. The torque distribution distribution is regulated

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43 according to the driving situation on the basis of a distinction between high and low friction coefcients. To deter- mine the friction coefcients the regu- lation also takes account of parameters such as slippage on the front and rear axles longitudinal and lateral accelera- tion as well as over- and understeering. With these parameters and the desired driving characteristics as indicated by the accelerator pedal and steering position the drive torque distribution between the front and rear axle that is appropriate to the driving situation is quickly and precisely controlled. Driving characteristics with high driving stability as well as especially sporty handling can thereby be realised. In doing so the control is constantly subject to the imperative of balancing the driving dynamics troika of traction driving stability and steerability. The driver notices this in the crisp handling superior control and optimal driving performance. The SPORT PLUS mode of the Sport Chrono package standard 911 Turbo S optional 911 Turbo ofers yet another performance boost. In addition to an even sportier PTM tuning activation of the “Launch Control” acceleration booster primes the PTM clutch and supports optimal acceleration from a standstill. PTM clutch Compared to the complex electri- cally controlled system in predecessor models the PTM clutch for the new 911 Turbo models has been completely redeveloped simplifed and its control made more precise. Instead of a pri - mary clutch with a ball ramp and a sec- ondary clutch the new system has a single clutch package that is activated and regulated electro-hydraulically. This functional principle enables quicker and more precise control of the clutch. The result is more dynamic and precise control of the propulsion forces on the front axle with benefts in terms of trac - tion and driving dynamics. Another advantage of the new PTM clutch is an increase in the maximum transferable power to the front axle of over 10. This enables efective exploitation of the engine power boost and the higher drive torque through the longer wheelbase. At the same time the longer wheelbase reduces the load taken of the front axle while accelerat - ing dynamic axle-load distribution and thus increases the amount of power transferable to the front axle. PTM clutch PDK Front axle Hydraulic cylinder Input shaft Hydraulic piston Multi-plate clutch External disc carrier Hydraulic pump

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44 6 F ue l c on su m p t i on and efciency In addition to the weight reduction and standard Porsche Doppelkup- plung PDK in all 911 Turbo models numerous other measures contribute to increased efciency and thus lower fuel consumption. To achieve this the new 911 Turbo models employ new technologies based on the current 911 generation such as coasting thermal management for engine and transmis - sion vehicle electric system recupera- tion and the Auto Start Stop function. In addition the following functions were enhanced or completely redeveloped for the new 911 Turbo models: • Auto Start Stop function enhanced • Virtual gears new These additional functions increase efciency and reduce fuel consumption as well as CO 2 emissions. Fuel consumption development 911 Turbo with PDK 10.5 l 10.0 l 9.5 l 11.5 l 11.0 l 9.7 l 0.1 l 0.1 l 0.7 l 0.2 l 0.2 l 0.2 l 11.4 l Reduced rolling resistance Start/Stop function Vehicle electrical system recuperation I I o b r u T 7 9 9 991 Turbo Thermal management Electromechanical power steering - Larger wheels - Virtual gears - Optimised drivetrain friction Fuel consumption comparison 997 Turbo II PDK vs 991 Turbo PDK in EU cycle in l/100 km and CO 2 in g/km -1.7 l/100 km -15 Overall vehicle 4.8 g/km 4.8 g/km 16.7 g/km 4.8 g/km 2.4 g/km 2.4 g/km 227 g/km 0.2 l 4.8 g/km Engine 12.0 l 268 g/km

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45 6.1 Auto Start Stop function enhanced In addition to the well-known advantag- es of the Auto Start Stop function ftted as standard on the 911 Carrera models the enhanced Start Stop system provides the following functions with regard to reducing fuel consumption and increasing day-to-day usability: • The engine can be switched of while stopping 7 km/h • Engine start via steering wheel movement • Repeated switching of of the engine after automatic engine start e.g. due to the air conditioning intermittent operation • Switching of the engine after deac - tivation of the sport mode via the SPORT button intermittent operation • Adaptive cruise control with Start Stop function optional In contrast to the familiar Auto Start Stop function that only stops the engine when the car is at a standstill the en- hanced Start Stop system switches of the engine as the car is slowing down for example approaching a trafc light at speeds under 7 km/h. This enables even greater potential reductions of fuel consumption as well as providing for a harmonious and comfortable stop - ping process. The start process for the engine at a standstill is initiated in the familiar way by letting up on the brake pedal. To ensure day-to-day usability the Start Stop function primarily shuts of the engine when the car is rolling at low speeds 7 km/h in the case of me - dium- range decelerations. With major decelerations for example emergency braking or very minor decelerations such as a vehicle that continues to roll at a low speed the engine does not switch of prematurely. With the enhanced Start Stop func - tion the engine can also be started by moving the steering wheel. This function enables easy engine start e.g. in the rolling phase 7 km/h when approaching an intersection with a simultaneous turn of the wheel to make a turn or when the vehicle is at a standstill during parking or another manoeuvre. Intermittent operation “Air conditioning system” Time Off On Start/Stop function 911 Carrera Engine Advanced Start/Stop function 911 Turbo Time Off On Time Off On Engine “SPORT” Time Off On Engine Time Off On Time Off On Engine Intermittent Start/Stop operation 1 2 “Sport” mode deactivated

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46 The intermittent Start/Stop opera- tion ofers additional potential when it comes to reducing fuel consumption. If for example the air conditioning is switched on in a stationary vehicle with the engine of in order to regulate the interior temperature the engine starts automatically. With the familiar Auto Start Stop function the engine remains in operation even after the desired interior temperature has been attained. The enhanced Start/Stop function turns the engine of again in this situa- tion without having to compromise on climate comfort in the interior. Another stopping function is the engine stop when “SPORT” mode is deac- tivated via the SPORT button. If for example the sport mode is deactivated when stopped at a trafc light the en - gine remains on when the familiar Auto Start Stop function is in operation. With the enhanced Auto Start Stop function the engine is switched of in this case and the potential to make savings in fuel consumption is increased further. The additional integration of the Auto Start Stop function in the adaptive cruise control incl. Porsche Active Safe PAS is new. While following a vehicle to a standstill at regulated speed “follow to stop” the enhanced Start/Stop function ofers the op - tion of switching of or starting the engine automatically. As soon as the vehicle has come to a standstill the engine is switched of to reduce fuel consumption. The engine also restarts automatically when it detects that the driver wishes to continue the journey by activating the ACC control stalk or the accelerator pedal. Auto Start Stop overview 911 Turbo models 991 911 Carrera models 991 Engine stop Coasting process 7 km/h Vehicle stationary 0 km/h Braking the vehicle via the foot brake with a defned deceleration Braking the vehicle via the foot brake until the vehicle comes to a standstill Engine start Brake release Brake release Dynamic turning of the steering wheel or steering angle +/–8° – Engine stop e.g. after active climate function intermittent operation yes no Engine stop after deactivation of “SPORT” mode yes no Engine stop with adaptive cruise con- trol optional yes no

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47 6 . 2 Co a s t i ng / virtual gears New for the latest 911 Turbo models is the coasting function which was introduced with the new 911 Carrera generation. Opening the PDK and PTM clutches by disengaging the engine and the front drive system allows greater potential to reduce fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions. To reduce fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions further the virtual gears function is being introduced with the new 911 Turbo models for the frst time. This standard function shifts up the gears of the Porsche Doppelkup - plung PDK in transmission range “D” much earlier up to a speed of approx. 65 km/h. This function allows a reduc - tion in fuel consumption particularly when driving in the city. With a conventional shift strategy in transmission range “D” even when adopting an efciency-oriented driving style the transmission will shift up at an engine speed of approximately 1500 rpm e.g. when shifting from 2nd to 3rd gear. The new “virtual gears” function switches up to 3rd gear at an engine speed of only 1200 rpm. If the clutch was completely closed in 3rd gear however considerably earlier upshifting would allow the engine speed to fall down to approxi - mately 800 rpm and would restrict the engine’s ability to run under load. The new function closes the clutch only partially and regulates the engine speed at approximately 1000 rpm. As in this situation the relation between wheel and engine speed corresponds neither to 2nd gear nor to 3rd gear but rather to a virtual gear in between this situation is referred to as driving in a “virtual gear”. Operating the engine at low engine speeds and a low-consumption load point allows an increase in efciency that is higher than the losses incurred by the clutch slip. The considerably earlier upshifts take place with all up - shifts between 2nd and 7th gear. The regulated engine speed of the virtual gears lies between 950 and 1000 rpm. Virtual gears 1000 2000 Engine speed rpm 0 0 50 100 Engine speed curve without virtual gears with virtual gears Engine speed rpm Vehicle speed km/h

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48 7 Chassis The chassis of the 911 Turbo models is marked out largely by the following features and enhancements when com - pared to their predecessor models: • Longer wheel base +100 mm • Widened track at the front and rear axles • Porsche Active Suspension Manage- ment PASM advanced damper system • New ofer of Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo • Electromechanical power steering • Rear-axle steering • New 20-inch wheels • Reinforced brake system The inclusion of these features in - creases both the performance potential and the driving comfort of the new 911 Turbo models considerably. Front axle Rear axle

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49 Wheelbase and track widths Compared with their predecessor mod- els the new 911 Turbo models have a wheelbase that is 100 mm longer a front-axle track that is 48 mm wider and a rear-axle track that is 33 mm wider. Compared to the current 911 Carrera 4S the widening of track on the rear axle is 38 mm. The wheelbase lengthening and the wid- ening of tracks create a support surface wheelbase x track that is 7 larger than that of the predecessor models and thus signifcantly increases driving stability. In the case of a dynamic driv - ing style this improves the performance potential while the widening of the track on the front axle also improves the steering stability on bends. Front track width + 48 mm Rear track width + 33 mm 997 Turbo II Wheelbase + 100 mm 991 Turbo Wheelbase and track widths Porsche Active Suspension Management PASM Porsche Active Suspension Manage- ment PASM Like the predecessor models the new 911 Turbo models are equipped with the electronically regulated damping system Porsche Active Suspension Management PASM as standard with active and continuous regulation of the shock absorbers on the front and rear axle. As in the current 911 Carrera models the PASM has also been enhanced for the new 911 Turbo models and now has additional sensors on the front and rear axle incl. sensors for spring pitch on each individual wheel and 3 vertical acceleration sensors 2 at the front 1 at the rear. This allows further improvement of the control quality and a wider spread between comfort and sport. The result is a signifcant in- crease in drive comfort in both damper programmes.

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50 7 . 1 P o r s c h e D yn a mic Chassis Control PDCC An anti-roll stabilisation system is pro- vided for the frst time on the new 911 Turbo models. This system is ofered as standard in the new 911 Turbo S and as an option in the 911 Turbo. In its basic elements PDCC largely corresponds to that of the 911 Carrera generation. For the new 911 Turbo models PDCC was retuned to take additional functional features into account. The Turbo-spe - cifc additional functions rear-axle steering and Porsche Active Aero- dynamics PAA allow even more agile tuning. The active chassis system to provide anti-roll stabilisation increases both performance and driving comfort on the 911 Turbo models. PDCC ofers the following individual customer benefts: • Increased steering precision • More direct steering feeling • Dynamic steering into curves • Higher cornering speeds • Increased agility • Improved vehicle stability in threshold ranges • Increased driving comfort in certain situations • Faster lap times on the Nürburgring Nordschleife Furthermore in combination with the Sport Chrono package PDCC ofers another increase in agility and perfor - mance via the SPORT PLUS button. The system is primarily comprised of a total of four hydraulic cylinders one for each wheel that are fastened on the outside of the anti-roll bars of the front and rear axles. These actively adjustable hydraulic cylinders are actuated electronically taking a range of vehicle data into account and this allows active anti-roll stabilisation. The lateral inclination of the vehicle is fully compensated up to the maximum lateral acceleration for example when entering a bend while cornering or when quickly changing lanes.

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51 7.2 Rear axle steering Rear-axle steering is standard on the new 911 Turbo models. The system consists of two electromechanical actuators left and right on the axle instead of the conventional toe control arms. The system steers the rear axle of the new 911 Turbo models speed- dependently in the range of approx. +3 degrees to -1.5 degrees counter or harmonised to the steering angle of the front axle. The steering angle on the rear axle is dependent above all on the steering angle of the steering wheel the driving situation and the driving speed. Up to approx. 50 km/h the system steers the rear wheels in the oppo- site direction counter to the front wheels. This results in a geometric virtual wheelbase shortening of approx. 250 mm and enables an increase in agility and day-to-day usability. This makes manoeuvring and parking easier and reduces the turning circle by over 0.5 m. Over approx. 80 km/h the system steers the rear wheels parallel to the front wheels harmonised steering . This efectively extends the wheel base geometrically by approx. 500 mm and increases driving stability especially at high speeds. This makes for exam - ple fast lane changes on motorways even safer and more fuid. At speeds between 50 and 80 km/h depend- ing on the driving situation there is continuous transition between counter steering and harmonised steering. Customer benefts Increased agility when steering is counter to the front axle • Improved steering behaviour and handling • Improved driving dynamics and driving performance • Increased improvement in agility through a more direct steering ratio on the front axle • Greater driving pleasure Increased driving stability when steering is harmonised with the front axle • Improved driving stability • Clear reduction in oversteering when adopting a very sporty driving style • Improved driving comfort at high speeds • Improved driving dynamics and driving performance Improved day-to-day usability when steering is counter to the front axle • Easier manoeuvring and parking • Reduction in turning circle by over 0.5 m • Lesser steering wheel angle in city trafc Rear-axle steering

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52 The variability of the rear-axle steering contributes to the solution of the driv - ing dynamics confict between agility and driving stability. The result not only ofers advantages for turning driv - ing safety and day-to-day usability it also increases the maximum driving performance. For example the laptime on the Nord- schleife of the Nürburgring is improved by approx. 3 sec. on the new 911 Turbo models due to the rear-axle steering. The new 911 Turbo models will continue to show great benefts in future tests to be communicated in specialist publica- tions. Finally with rear-axle steering the obstacle avoidance test 110 m and the slalom 36 m can be run with a signifcantly higher average speed. In addition to the immediate advan- tages of rear-axle steering the new 911 Turbo models have shown other potential to improve handling and agility. The steering ratio on the front axle is approx. 10 more di- rect in the centre position than the 911 Carrera models. Generally a more direct steering ratio improves handling but at high speeds impairs driving sta- bility. The potential of rear-axle steering to improve driving stability means that the steering ratio can be designed to be more direct without impairing driv- ing stability at high speeds. System description The system consists of two electro - mechanical actuators mounted in the axle in contrast to the conventional toe control arms and mutually synchronise with each other electronically. Private CAN. The actuators consist of an electric motor that drives a threaded spindle via a belt drive and in this way converts the rotational movement to linear movement. In the new 911 Turbo models this allows a maximum rear- Agility Stability up to approx. 50 km/h Counter steering max. +3 degrees Virtual wheelbase shortening approx. 250 mm from approx. 80 km/h Harmonised steering max. −1.5 degrees Virtual wheelbase extension approx. 500 mm M 1 M 2 M 1 M 2 Agility Stability up to approx. 50 km/h from approx. 80 km/h Counter steering max. + 3 degrees Harmonised steering max. - 1.5 degrees Virtual wheelbase shortening approx. 250 mm Virtual wheelbase extension approx. 500 mm Function overview

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53 axle steering angle of approx. +3 degrees or −1.5 degrees. A steering angle of 3 degrees on the front axle wheels is comparable to a steering angle of about 45 degrees on the steering wheel from the centre position. Driving dynamics At speeds up to approx. 50 km/h the rear wheels turn counter syn- chronously when the front wheels are turned. The vehicle turns into the corner more quickly and enables more dynamic steering behaviour. In combination with the virtual wheelbase this improves both day-to-day usability simpler manoeuvring and parking small turning circle and agility which improves per- formance and driving pleasure. When the rear wheels are turned to their maxi- mum +3 degrees the turning circle is reduced by over 0.5 m. At speeds over approx. 80 km/h the rear wheels turn in harmony when the front wheels are turned. This causes the build-up of lateral forces in particular to be faster than on an unsteered rear axle. In contrast to counter steering up to approximately 50 km/h the additional cornering forces on the rear axle are aligned counter to the front axle. The result is a fast spontaneous and harmo - nised initiation of the direction change. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono package standard on the 911 Turbo S optional on the 911 Turbo and an acti- vated SPORT PLUS or PASM/PDCC button rear-axle steering has a more sporty tuning for additional improve - ment in agility. For harmonious and performance-oriented driving dynamics the parameters of the other regulation systems such as PASM and PDCC are also taken into account. Turning circle - 0.5 m - 0.5 m without rear-axle steering 11.1 m with rear-axle steering 10.6 m Driving dynamics with rear axle steering without rear axle steering

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54 Steering ratio 911 Turbo/S 991 911 Carrera 991 911 Turbo/S 997 II Steering ratio variable 15.0:1 centre position to 12.25 16.6:1 centre position to 12.25 17.11:1 centre position to 13.76 7.3 Power steering Similarly to the current 911 Carrera generation the new 911 Turbo models will be the frst to have electromechani- cal power assistance. This has the fol - lowing features and functions: • Electromechanical power assistance • Speed-dependent steering torque control • Steering impulse in the case of m- split braking • Power Steering Plus optional Additionally the steering ratio in the centre position of the new 911 Turbo models has been designed to be ap- prox. 10 more direct. This ofers an additional increase in agility in all speed ranges. The change was made possible by the use of rear-axle steering with its stabilising efect particularly at high speeds. 7.4 Brake system As with previous models the 911 Turbo has a brake system with grey cast iron brake discs as standard while the 911 Turbo S has the ceramic brake system Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB system as standard. The latter is also ofered as an option with the 911 Turbo. For the new 911 Turbo models the powerful brake systems were rein - forced further and equipped with technology specifcally designed to reduce their weight. These included a brake booster made of aluminium with a weight advantage of approx. 1 kg/ vehicle. New 911 Turbo 911 Turbo New 911 Turbo/S 911 Turbo/S MY E 991 MY A 997 II MY E 991 MY A 997 II Supply 911 Turbo Standard Standard Option Option 911 Turbo S Not available Not available Standard Standard Front axle Brake callipers 6-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 6-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 6-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 6-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers Brake calliper colour Red Red Yellow Yellow Disc technology Compound brake disc One-piece brake disc Compound brake disc Compond brake disc Brake disc/brake chamber Grey cast iron/aluminium Grey cast iron Ceramic/aluminium forged Ceramic/stainless steel Composite technology Steel pins --- Threaded sleeves + tensioning springs Threaded sleeves and tensioning springs Ceramic discs --- --- 3rd generation 2nd generation Disc measurements diameter x width in mm 380 x 34 350 x 34 410 x 36 380 x 34 Ventilation Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Rear axle Brake callipers 4-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 4-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 4-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers 4-piston aluminium monobloc fixed callipers Brake calliper colour Red Red Yellow Yellow Disc technology Compound brake disc One-piece brake disc Compound brake disc Compound brake disc Brake disc/brake chamber Grey cast iron/aluminium Grey cast iron Ceramic/aluminium forged Ceramic/stainless steel Compound technology Steel pins --- Threaded sleeves + tensioning springs Threaded sleeves and tensioning springs Ceramic discs --- --- 3rd generation 2nd generation Disc measurements diameter x width in mm 380 x 30 350 x 28 390 x 32 350 x 28 Ventilation Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Standard brake system Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB Bold Changes compared with the previous model Overview of brake system

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55 911 Turbo standard brake system The new grey cast iron compound brake system ofers a further increase in brake performance and light alu - minium brake chambers. The increased braking performance is made possible largely due to enlarged brake discs the brake callipers and friction surfaces and improved brake cooling. By switch- ing to compound brake discs with aluminium brake chambers the system weight was reduced when compared to one-piece grey cast iron brake discs. The brake discs were enlarged on both the front and rear axles from Ø 350 mm to Ø 380 mm. In conjunc- tion with larger brake callipers and brake pads this increases the efective friction surface on the front axle by approx. 10 and on the rear axle by approx. 25. The enlargement of the rear axle supports the additional load caused by the brake interventions of Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus. The disc technology with composite brake discs including friction ring made of grey cast iron and brake chambers in aluminium on the front and rear axle are new. When compared with similar one-piece brake discs made of grey cast iron the aluminium brake chambers ofer a weight ad- vantage of approx. 4 kg/vehicle on unsprung masses. In addition to the vehicle weight this also reduces the translational and rotational masses thus improving driving dynamics. The connection technology between the brake chambers and brake discs fric - tion rings is via the radially arranged stainless steel pins. The bored brake discs are cooled by the retuned involute-shaped air ducts and the efcient ventilation of the brake system. This ventilation has been signifcantly improved when compared to the predecessor model and now takes place via two air defection vanes per wheel on the front axle control arm spoiler and wheel carrier spoiler and two air defection vanes on the rear axle trailing link and wishbone. A com- parison: 997 Turbo II: 1 air defection vane/wheel at front 1 air defection vane and air duct/wheel at rear. Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB The enhanced ceramic brake system Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB ofers an additional increase in brake performance and wear resist - ance as well as weight-reduced brake chambers made of forged aluminium. The increased braking performance is made possible largely due to enlarged brake discs the brake callipers and friction surfaces and improved brake cooling. The increased wear resist- Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB Grey cast-iron brake system

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56 ance even under especially high loads is achieved by an enhancement of the ceramic composite material. The brake discs have been enlarged on the front axle from Ø 380 mm to Ø   410  mm and on the rear axle from Ø 350 mm to Ø 390 mm. In conjunc- tion with larger brake callipers and brake pads this increases the efective friction surface on the front axle by approx. 14 and on the rear axle by approx. 20. The brake chambers made of forged and anodised anthracite aluminium are new. The connection technology between the brake chambers and brake discs has been adjusted. In the case of the new PCCB the proven and success- ful connection technology with tension - ing springs is used on both the front axle and the rear axle. The bored brake discs of the PCCB are cooled by the retuned cooling ducts in the brake discs and the efcient ventila - tion of the brake system by means of new and additional air defection vanes on the front and rear axle. The material composition of the ce - ramic brake discs especially the outer friction layer has been completely revised. A signifcantly higher propor- tion of ceramic in the carbon-fbre-rein - forced ceramics has greatly increased the wear resistance of the new disc generation even under extremely high loads. Electric parking brake Similarly to the current 911 Carrera models the new 911 Turbo models have an electric parking brake. The operating button is located to the left of the steering wheel on the lower part of the switch panel. The electric park - ing brake can be activated manually and deactivated when the foot brake is pressed. It is released automatically when the driver’s intention to drive of is detected via the accelerator pedal. The electric parking brake thus ensures greater comfort and safety when park- ing the car as well as more space on the centre console because there is no handbrake lever. Standstill management Similarly to the current 911 Carrera generation the new standstill manage- ment Auto Hold function prevents the new 911 Turbo models from rolling backwards opposite to the desired di- rection of travel. If the vehicle comes to a standstill due to braking on an incline  5 the Auto Hold function is ac- tive and the necessary brake pressure keeps the vehicle in this position. In combination with the standard PDK the position is maintained even when the vehicle coasts to a standstill on an incline  5. If the vehicle should come to a standstill here without active brake intervention the brake pressure keeps the vehicle on the incline until the driver pulls of again. After approx. 5 minutes or when the driver would like to leave the vehicle by releasing his/her seat belt and opening the driver’s door the holding function is automatically passed to the parking brake.

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57 7.5 Wheels and tyres Instead of the 19-inch wheels of the previous models the new 911 Turbo models have completely redeveloped 20-inch wheels as standard. In ad- dition to the 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel standard on 911 Turbo and the 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel with central locking standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo for the frst time an additional 20-inch Sport Classic wheel is ofered as an option for the new 911 Turbo models. To reduce the vehicle weight and in particular the unsprung masses all wheels are made of forged aluminium. This improves both performance and driving comfort. Every wheel design possesses an individual character and ofers an individual complement to the outstanding vehicle design of the new 911 Turbo models. To increase the attractiveness and quality further all wheels are two-tone. With a brightly polished wheel centre or rim fange 20-inch Sport Classic wheel the 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel’s design furthermore includes central locking that has been derived from motor sports. 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel The 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel with 5-hole bolting is a complete redevelop- ment and in its basic design is an en- hancement of the 19-inch Turbo wheel standard on 997 Turbo II with 5 double spokes. The new wheel has 10 double spokes which – as with the previous model – fow into the rim fange to increase their apparent size. The individual double spokes themselves have a strict parallel ar- rangement and the varied undercuts of their inner spoke edges form what is essentially a 5+5 spoke design. The attractiveness of this wheel is infuenced by the clear lines of the double spokes and the two-tone look. The basic paint is titanium-coloured and the complete wheel centre is brightly polished. The wheel hub cover has a monochrome Porsche crest. A wheel hub cover with a full-colour Porsche crest is ofered as an option. The 20-inch Turbo wheel is like its predecessor made of forged aluminium to reduced the vehicle weight and unsprung masses. 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel 20-inch Sport Classic wheel 2 911 Turbo Standard Option 435 Option XRU 911 Turbo S Option 429 Standard Option XRU Front axle 8.5 J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 9 J x 20 ET 51 1 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 9 J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres Rear axle 11 J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11.5 J x 20 ET 56 1 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11.5 J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres Mounting 5-hole Central locking bolt anodised black 5-hole Wheel hub cover Monochrome Porsche crest Chrome-coloured with full-colour Porsche crest Coloured Porsche crest Material Forged alloy Forged alloy Forged alloy Colour Two-tone: titanium-coloured with brightly polished wheel centre Two-tone: black with brightly polished wheel centre Two-tone: wheel centre in GT silver metallic with brightly polished rim fange Wheel overview 1 Japan: 8.5 J x 20 ET 51 and 11 J x 20 ET 59 2 not available in Japan

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58 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel The 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel with central locking locking has been com- pletely redeveloped. Its wheel design has been derived from motor sports and is an attractive evolution of the 19- inch RS Spyder wheel standard on 997 Turbo S II. Instead of 7 double spokes the new wheel has a meshed spoke design. The spokes are particularly slender widely spread and attached to the rim at several points. Furthermore the wheel seems lighter and more attrac- tive due to a design that remains open into the wheel hub particularly when compared to the 19-inch RS Spyder wheel. These design features give the wheel good stability and lightness both visually and in terms of design. The attractiveness is enhanced by the twotone look with black basic paint and brightly polished wheel centre as well as an anodised black central screw with a full-colour Porsche crest. The one-piece wheel is made of forged aluminium. This manufacturing method and the particularly light wheel design have meant that the weight of the wheels is almost the same as that of the forged 19-inch RS Spyder wheels despite an enlargement from 19-inch to 20-inch and widening on the front and rear axle from 8.5-inch to 9-inch/11- inch to 11.5-inch. Compared to the 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel the rim width on the front and rear axle is half an inch wider. In addi - tion to advantages in driving dynam- ics the wider wheels also ofer visual benefts and in combination with the individual wheel design an attractive overall vehicle design. The new 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheels are bolted in place with a central screw using the familiar central locking. The ring gear design is new. The basic shape of the central screw has been retained and the individual teeth reac- cented by distinctive spaces be ween them. The central screw on the 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel is anodised black and has a chrome-coloured wheel hub cover with a full-colour Porsche crest. There is a new attachment for simply and carefully unclipping the wheel hub cover. This is to be found together with the special socket-wrench insert for ftting the central screws in front of the brake booster under the plastic trim in the luggage compartment. Further- more and as with the previous models the central locking also provides the wheel anti-theft protection. Note: Due to approval restrictions the 20-inch Turbo S wheel in Japan has the same dimensions as the 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel. 20-inch Sport Classic wheel The 20-inch Sport Classic wheel with 5- hole bolting and 5 wide spokes has taken its cue from the classic Porsche “Fox” wheel which was available as a wheel design for Porsche vehicles until 1989. Its design has been clearly enhanced compared with the familiar 19-inch Sport Classic wheel e.g. 911 Speedster 997 II and 911 Sport Classic 997 II. Its more sharply defned spoke edges and longer spokes which now fow into the rim fange give the wheel a more imposing and bigger look. The high quality of the 20-inch Sport Classic wheel is supported by its GT Silver Metallic paint and the highly pol- ished rim fange. The wheel hub covers are also painted in GT Silver Metallic and have a full-colour Porsche crest. The forging technology that in combina - tion with the aluminium material reduces the wheel weight is also new. The dimen- sions including wide front and rear wheels correspond to the 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel. The wheel housings are even more flled out and in combination with the individual wheel design ofer an attractive overall look for the vehicle. Note: Due to approval restrictions the 20-inch Sport Classic wheel is not avail- able in Japan. Central screw

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59 Tyres and run-fat systems The new 911 Turbo models receive a new tyre generation which has been optimised particularly with regard to roll resistance Porsche-typical perfor - mance braking distance and weight. To improve driving comfort a reduced comfort air pressure can be set on the new 911 Turbo models up to a speed of 270 km/h similarly to the current 911 generation. Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models come as standard with a space-saving tyre repair system com- prising tyre sealing compound and an electric pneumatic compressor. In Saudi Arabia Guatemala the Virgin Islands and Qatar a spare wheel is required by law. Accordingly a 19-inch collapsible spare wheel with the dimensions 6.5 J x 19 RO28 with T 175/55-19 tyres is ofered additionally for these countries. The spare wheel is contained in a protective sleeve on the right side of the rear seat in direction of travel and is secured with the standard 3-point belt. In combination with central locking wheels the collapsible spare wheel also has an adapter for the central locking in addition to the 5-hole bolting. Tyre Pressure Monitoring TPM Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models also have a tyre pressure monitoring system TPM as standard around the world for continuous monitor - ing of all 4 wheels. The functions of the system remain largely unchanged. The additional adjustment option of a reduced comfort air pressure up to a maximum speed of 270 km/h is also monitored by the TPM. The correct com- fort tyre pressure is listed in the Driver’s Manual.

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60 8 Control systems The control systems of the new 911 Turbo models are characterised in particular by the following features and enhancements when compared to their predecessor models: • PSM Porsche Stability Management advanced vehicle stability system. • Enhancement of the driving dynamics control system Porsche Torque Vector- ing Plus PTV Plus driving dynamics control system incl. fully variable rear diferential lock. • Standard SPORT button • Advanced Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings The inclusion of these features increases both the performance potential and the driving comfort of the new 911 Turbo models considerably. Porsche Stability Management PSM Like their predecessors the new 911 Turbo models feature Porsche Stability Management PSM with adapted tuning. The reworked PSM provides high active safety for manoeuvres with extreme longitudinal and lateral dynamic forces while preserving typical Porsche agility. Also included in the new 911 Turbo models are the functions of enhanced braking readiness pre-flling of the brake system and brake assist for high active safety and shorter stopping distances. 8 . 1 P or s c h e T or q ue Vectoring Plus PTV Plus Compared to the mechanical rear dif - ferential lock the new Porsche Torque Vectoring/Plus PTV Plus provides more product features. It contains a fully variable electronic rear diferential lock and is provided as standard in the new 911 Turbo models. PTV Plus mainly improves the steering behaviour and steering precision of the vehicle during highly dynamic driving by selectively braking the rear right or rear left wheel. PTV Plus ofers consider - able advantages particularly when steer- ing into a bend. The rear wheel on the inside of the bend is braked selectively as soon as the steering wheel is turned if there is a risk of understeering. This means the rear wheel on the outside has a higher drive torque than the inside wheel. This diference in torque pro- duces a yawing moment on the vehicle that supports the steering. The result is a signifcant increase in agility combined with improved steering behaviour. Taking driving dynamics and driving sta- bility into consideration PTV Plus is the ideal complement to Porsche Stability Management PSM. While PSM uses the brakes to stabilise the vehicle PTV Plus also uses the brakes to increase driving dynamics. Accordingly the braking interventions for PTV Plus are also active when Porsche Stability Management is deactivated PSM OFF for agile and dy - namic driving behaviour. With regard to agility and steering precision the active braking interventions ofer advantages at low and medium speeds up to around 160 km/h. At higher speeds PTV Plus provides improved driving dynamics and greater stability with the rear diferential lock. The electronically controlled rear diferential lock of PTV Plus can be actively and fexibly controlled in any driving situation. PSM takes every driv- ing condition it encounters into con- sideration. Particularly in the dynamic threshold range it ensures even greater traction and signifcantly increased driving stability during load changes when cornering and changing lane. Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus

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61 Package Sport Chrono Package 1 Standard Basic SPORT SPORT PLUS Basic SPORT SPORT PLUS Drive Engine management Normal Sport Performance Normal Sport Sport Turbo overboost 2 --------- Active 2 Active --------- Active Active Accelerator pedal characteristics Normal Sport Performance Normal Sport Sport Idle speed increase --------- Active Active --------- Active Active Rev-limiter Normal Sport Sport Normal Sport Sport Intermediate acceleration when downshifting --------- Active Active Sound symposer --------- Active Active Not available Auto Start-Stop Active --------- --------- Coasting Active --------- --------- Virtual gears Active --------- --------- PDK Normal Sport Performance Normal Sport Performance Launch control 2 --------- --------- Active --------- --------- Active PTM Normal Normal Sport Normal Sport Sport Chassis PSM Normal Normal Sport Normal Sport Sport PASM 6 Normal Normal Sport Normal Sport Sport Dynamic engine mounts 2 Normal Sport 1 Performance Normal Sport Sport PTV Plus Normal Normal Sport Rear axle steering 7 Normal Normal Sport Not available PDCC 1 7 Normal Normal Sport Body Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA Normal 5 Normal 5 Performance Dynamic cornering light Normal Sport Sport Not available Dynamic high beam optional 3 Normal Sport Sport Adaptive cruise control optional 4 Normal Sport Sport Bold type changes since 997 Turbo /S II 1 Standard with 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo 2 In combination with Sport Chrono Package standard with 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo 3 In combination with LED headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus standard with 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo 4 In combination with the optional adaptive cruise control incl. Porsche Active Safe PAS 5 Speed-dependent 6 The PASM program is also individually adjustable with the PASM button 7 Changes are dependant on the PASM program 911 Turbo 991 911 Turbo 997 II Standard Sport Chrono Package 1 Overview of SPORT and SPORT PLUS In the dynamic threshold range PTV Plus allows higher lateral acceleration. Another beneft of the fully variable rear diferential is improved emergency braking by completely disconnecting the diferential lock so that the ABS can optimally control each individual wheel. 8.2 SPORT button As with the current 911 Carrera models the new 911 Turbo has the SPORT button as standard for the frst time. The new 911 Turbo S has similarly to its predecessor model the Sport Chrono package incl. SPORT and SPORT PLUS button as standard. The basic and SPORT functional features allow the driver to choose between tunings for comfort and opti - mized fuel consumption or for a more sporty style. In the basic position the functions Auto Start Stop and coasting are activated. In SPORT mode these functions are deactivated and a more sporty vehicle tuning is selected. As with previous models activat- ing SPORT mode gives the engine a more sporty tuning including steeper accelerator-pedal characteristics and a harder rev-limiter as well giving PDK more sporty tuning including later upshifting and earlier downshifting in automatic mode. The additional throttle increase func - tion when shifting down and the activa - tion of the sound symposer are new. Furthermore the sport functions of the dynamic curve or high beam as well as adaptive cruise control incl. Porsche Active Safe PAS are activated. To - gether with the Sport Chrono package standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo Turbo overboost and the sport function of the dynamic engine mounts are activated using the SPORT button.

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62 8.3 Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings The new 911 Turbo models have a reworked Sport Chrono package incl. dynamic engine mounts standard for 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo analogue and digital stopwatch on the switch panel as well as additional SPORT SPORT PLUS and Launch Con- trol displays in the steering wheel. The dynamic engine mounts the SPORT PLUS button and the additional func - tions such as Turbo overboost and Launch Control improve both driving dynamics and performance of the new 911 Turbo models signifcantly. The acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in the 911 Turbo for example is 0.2 sec. faster when the SPORT PLUS button is pressed. When accelerating from 0 to 200 km/h the advantage is as much as 0.3 sec. The Sport Chrono package comprises the following features: • Dynamic engine mount system • Analogue and digital stopwatch • Overboost 911 Turbo: 710 Nm +50 Nm 911 Turbo S: 750 Nm +50 Nm • SPORT PLUS button with activation of performance-oriented settings for engine transmission incl. Launch Control all-wheel drive chassis and active aerodynamics • Steering wheel with additional SPORT SPORT PLUS and Launch Control indicators • Performance display in the PCM New features when compared to the predecessor models are the overboost function for the 911 Turbo S and the new technologies rear-axle steer- ing Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA and Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC. Furthermore the performance display in PCM with memory function shows both the current and the maximum longi- tudinal and lateral acceleration in addition to the familiar features. As with the previous models the over- boost function the temporary raising of boost pressure is also activated using the SPORT and SPORT PLUS but- ton with the new 911 Turbo models. The boost pressure in the new 911 Turbo then rises in the lower and medium rev range by approx. 0.15 bar 997 Turbo II: 0.2 bar and the maximum torque increases from 660 Nm to 710 Nm 997 Turbo II: 650 Nm to 700 Nm. The overboost function is new to the new 911 Turbo S. Here again the boost pressure rises in the lower and medium rev range by approx. 0.15 bar and the maximum torque increases from 700 Nm to 750 Nm. As with the previous models the SPORT PLUS button in Porsche Doppel- kupplung PDK activates the Race- track shift strategy with an uncom - promisingly sporty shift sequence incl. shortest possible shift times and optimum shift points. In addition to top driving performance this shift mode of - fers the option of activating the Launch Control assistance systems for the best possible drive-of acceleration. Unlike previous models the sporty tuning of PTM PSM and PASM in the new Turbo models is not activated with the SPORT button but rather with the SPORT Plus button. The “Launch Con- trol” function primes the PTM allwheel Stopwatch on switch panel

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63 drive clutch sets the PASM damping to a harder setting and activates the PSM interventions later. In addition to the familiar SPORT function of the dynamic engine mounts the new 911 Turbo models also ofer an additional performance-oriented SPORT PLUS function. In this mode the dynamic engine mounts are damped even more dramatically and a control strategy with high rigidity tuned to the race track is preselected. The new rear-axle steering is acti- vated with the SPORT PLUS button and gives more sporty tuning to improve agility further. For harmonious and performance- oriented driving dynamics the parameters of the other regulation systems such as PASM and PDCC are also taken into account. With the new Porsche Active Aerody- namics PAA function the SPORT PLUS button activates the “Performance” position. This extends the front spoiler and the rear wing completely and the wing element is also tilted. This posi- tion allows high aerodynamic downforce and an additional performance potential including higher lateral acceleration e.g. on the race track. The new anti-roll stabilisation system Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC – standard on 911 Turbo S op- tional on 911 Turbo has been made even sportier with the SPORT PLUS button and its distribution of the rolling moment depending on the driving situation is another contribution to increased driving performance. Customer benefts of Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings • Better acceleration capacity and fexibility thanks to overboost • Performance-oriented control and shift strategy for engine PDK PTM PSM PASM PTV Plus PDCC optional and rear-axle steering • Better driving comfort and improved driving dynamics due to dynamic engine mounting • Additional performance displays including analogue stopwatch and individual memory Dynamic engine mount system Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models with the Sport Chrono package have dynamic engine mounts. Here too both driving performance and comfort hae been increased. The dynamic engine mounts on the 911 Turbo models have been reworked and retuned. The result is further precision in the control and regulation behaviour and an enhancement of the control range towards driving comfort. Dynamic engine mounts

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64 9 Body Based on the latest 911 generation the new 911 Turbo models also have a completely redeveloped body in alu- minium- steel composite. Furthermore the new 911 Turbo models are distin- guished by independent body elements and a body that has been widened once again compared with the 911 Carrera 4 models. Wide body With the new 911 generation the new 911 Turbo models difer for the frst time in their rear side sections thanks to a body that has been widened once again in comparison to the 911 Carrera 4 models. With an overall width of 1880 mm the new 911 Turbo models are another 28 mm wider than the new 911 Carrera 4 models and are 72 mm wider than the 911 Carrera models. The additional body width in the area of the rear side sections allows gener- ously proportioned cooling ducts to the side charge-air coolers even taking into account the changed spatial conditions deriving from the enlarge - ment of the wheels from 19-inch 997 Turbo/S II to 20-inch. 1808 mm 1852 mm 1880 mm 911 Carrera /S 911 Carrera 4 /4S 911 Turbo /S Body comparison

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65 9.1 Bodyshell Based on the new 911 Carrera genera- tion 991 the new 911 Turbo models also have a completely redeveloped body with intelligent lightweight con- struction in aluminium-steel composite. The idea behind this intelligent light- weight design concept is to use “the right material in the right place”. Besides the expanded and widespread use of aluminium and plastic for lowering the vehicle weight the local use of ultra-high strength steel ofers high body rigidity and high levels of occupant protection. As well as the excellent power-to-weight ratio the rigidity of the body also contributes greatly towards driving performance. Increased rigidity normally means increased weight thus confict- ing with the aim of making the vehicle lighter. This confict of aims was solved thanks to the intelligent lightweight con- struction with aluminium-steel compos- ite. Compared to previous models the torsion and fexional resistance as well as the torsion and fexional frequency was were increased while the weight of the bodyshell structure was decreased by 13. 911 Turbo/S 911 997 II Aluminium • Luggage compartment lid • Doors • Doors • Front wing • Rear lid • Body front section • Floorpan assembly • Rear end • Luggage compartment lid • Doors • Rear centre panel Steel • Rear side sections • Roof crossbeam • Reinforcements on doors and side skirts • Reinforcements on front and rear ends • Rear side sections • Roof • Front wing • Front and rear ends • Floorpan assembly Plastic • Front apron • Rear apron • Rear wing • Rear lid grille • Underbody panelling • Front apron • Rear apron • Rear lid • Rear wing • Rear lid grille • Underbody panelling Overview of aluminium steel and plastic Aluminium-steel composite Weight proportions of unpainted bodyshell Weight proportions of unpainted box 44.6 aluminium 36.2 aluminium 55.4 steel 63.8 steel

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66 1595 1595 1605 26 30 -26 -20 997 Turbo Coupé 2nd Generation PDK Weight reduction similar to 991 Carrera Product features 991 Turbo Coupé PDK Extended standard equipment of Turbo S PCCB standard 991 Turbo Coupé PDK Vehicle weight: 997 II Turbo vs 991 Turbo PDK Technology: Rear axle steering Active front spoiler Increased torque front axle drive Extended standard equipment: 95 Ah battery PTV Plus Exterior mirror with memory 14-way sports seats 997: 12-way Bi-Xenon + dynamic cornering light ParkAssist rear Electrically adjustable steering column Sports steering wheel for PDK with paddle Universal multimedia interface 12 V plug socket in passenger footwell Additional product features 991 Turbo S vs 991 Turbo: PDCC PADM 18-Way Sports Seat Plus 911 Turbo S 20" wheel Central locking LED headlight ParkAssist front and rear Sport Chrono Package The same weight as the previous model +10 kg compared to 991 Turbo Lightweight construction similar to 991 Carrera Aluminium hybrid box bodyshell Aluminium wings Aluminium rear lid bodyshell Cooling system optimisation Compact radiator with magnesium console Lightweight seat backrest Modular pedals Magnesium cockpit support frame Double-shell underbody panelling Rear seat optimisation Aluminium bumper cross members / impact elements Aluminium camshaft controllers Plastic passenger airbag container Efficiency-optimised fan motors Height adjustment belts omitted Roof edge strip omitted ... Transfer of vehicle weight 911 Turbo with PDK

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67 9 . 2 A c c e s s o r ie s a n d luggage compartment Front wing As with the current 911 generation the front wings of the new 911 Turbo models are no longer made of hot-dip galvanised shell but rather of alumini - um. The front body width corresponds to the current 911 Carrera models and therefore ofers a widening of 61 mm compared with the previous 911 Turbo models. The body width of the new 911 Turbo models is 1795 mm at the front 997 Turbo II: 1734 mm. The wider body allowed the track on the front axle to be increased from 1490 mm 997 Turbo/S II on the new 911 Turbo to 1541 mm 8.5 J x 20 wheels and on the new 911 Turbo S to 1539 mm 9 J x 20 wheels thus increasing the driving dynamics of the new 911 Turbo models. The track which has been widened by 51 mm 991 Turbo or 49 mm 911 Turbo S allows greater driving stability and increased agility when steering. Rear side sections and sill covers The new 911 Turbo models have individ- ual rear side sections. They are not only 14 mm wider per side than those in the current 911 Carrera 4 models they also have an individual shape and the intake ports for the charge-air cooling ducts that are typical for the 911 Turbo models. Compared to previous models the intake ports have been heavily reworked and integrated harmoniously into the rear side sections. Instead of wide intake trims with a clearly visible gap the new rear side sections have narrow intake trims. These ft almost seamless- ly into the body and ofer a continuous transition to the cooling ducts for the charge-air coolers. The side sill covers are stylistically reminiscent of the sill covers of the 911 Carrera 4 models and their width was adapted to the new rear side sections of the new 911 Turbo models. Rear side section

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68 Front apron The front apron of the new 911 Turbo models has also been completely redeveloped and difers greatly from the front aprons of the other 911 models. In addition to the large air intakes which are also for the standard centre radiator and the two black textured transverse struts in the side openings the front view of the new 911 Turbo models has diferent front light modules. Particularly characteristic of the new 911 Turbo models are the front spoiler trim painted in the vehicle colour and the downward-fowing variable front spoiler with a black lip. The actively ad- justable front spoiler is a highlight of the new 911 Turbo models and an outstand- ing element of the active aerodynamics Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA. Furthermore the new 911 Turbo S mod- els have additional airblades as stand- ard in the side air intakes. In combination with the expanded air openings under the transverse struts this increases the cooling air through-fow of the side radiators and thus improves their cooling ability. Like the transverse struts the airblades are also grained and black. In addition the front sensors for ParkAssist are on the side in the air- blades. In countries with specifc require- ments regarding engine cooling the 911 Turbo also has the side airblades incl. parking sensors as standard. Rear apron The new rear apron difers from that of the other 911 models largely through its increased width the lateral vents for the charge-air cooling and the black rear apron. In addition the new rear apron has harmoniously integrated parking sensors standard on 911 Turbo models. The side air outlets for the charge-air coolers have been redesigned and have a black transverse strut reminiscent of the side air intakes on the front apron. In addition to beeing wider the rear apron of the new 911 Turbo models has individual refectors that are designed to be somewhat wider in the USA. Another Front apron 911 Turbo Front apron 911 Turbo S incl. airblade sidely located Rear apron 911 Turbo S with reversing camera between the licence plate lights Rear apron 911 Turbo

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69 improvement is the individual rear apron for the USA with a smaller cutout for the vehicle number plate. Similarly to the current 911 generation the new 911 Turbo models in the USA also have a stylishly attractive rear apron compared to the previous models with a wide num- ber plate cutout and additional bumper horns. The new and additional rear panel is black and is stylistically integrated into the entire rear of the new 911 Turbo models. Its shape and angular termi- nation give the rear an independent structure and its black colour gives the rear a lighter design particularly in combination with bright exterior colours. The twin tailpipes of the exhaust system are integrated into the side of the rear apron. To protect the rear apron from high temperatures the cutout for the twin tailpipes has additional trims made of a temperature-resistant plastic. The inscriptions on the rear apron have been adapted to the new 911 generation. Correspondingly the new 911 Turbo models have – in addition to the highly polished chrome “PORSCHE” logo – a “911 turbo” or “911 turbo S” model logo also in highly polished chrome. Rear lid The aluminium frame of the rear lid was adopted from the current 911 Carrera models. The visually striking plastic rear lid grille was redeveloped for the new 911 Turbo models. Instead of 3 horizontal vanes 911 Carrera models the rear lid grille of the new 911 Turbo models has 4 horizontal vanes. One other diference is the indi- vidual vane structure with a centrally raised surface contour. Under the rear lid are two brushed aluminium covers in the lock area of the engine cover. On the right-hand side and as a reference to the vehicle’s displacement is the embossed “3.8”- logo and on the left-hand side the embossed “turbo” or “turbo S” logo to distinguish between the models. Wing element Like the previous models the new 911 Turbo models also have a wing ele- ment that in its retracted state lies on a wing bench that allows it to blend formally into the body. The aerodynami - cally reworked wing element is part of the active aerodynamics in the new 911 Turbo models and can be extended in several stages. More detailed infor - mation can be found in the chapter “Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA”. In addition the bottom half of the wing element contains the formally integrat - ed 3rd brake lamp.

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70 SportDesign exterior mirror The new SportDesign exterior mirrors are ofered as an option with the new 911 Turbo and are standard with the new 911 Turbo S. These exterior mir- rors are diferentiated from the stand - ard exterior mirrors of the 911 Carrera models in particular by their V-form mirror base and a modifed mirror housing. This means that the SportDe- sign exterior mirrors seem much lighter and more sporty than the basic exterior mirrors with one-piece mirror base. The new exterior mirrors are ofered worldwide incl. the country-specifc mir- ror variants and the automatic dimming function which is ofered as standard with the 911 Turbo models. Note: The SportDesign exterior mirrors only fold in manually and are not available with an electric retraction function with courtesy lighting. With the basic exterior mirrors the lower part of the mirror base and the lower housing trim are always grained and black and the mirror housing is painted in the vehicle colour. With the new SportDesign exterior mirrors the mirror base is a single part. This is completely painted in the vehicle colour like the entire mirror housing. The basic form of the mirror hous - ing and the mirror contour were only slightly modifed compared with the basic exterior mirrors. This results in an identical vehicle width with exterior mirrors 1978 mm and comparable aerodynamics. The new SportDesign exterior mirrors are an attractive ad- dition to the overall design and ofer a particularly sporty look. SportDesign exterior mirror Luggage compartment Luggage compartment The luggage compartment volume of the new 911 Turbo models is 115 l which is 10 l bigger than the luggage compartment of previous models. With the use of active aerodynamics the side of the luggage compartment on the right-hand side when viewed in the direction of travel contains the pneu - matics management including compres- sor air reservoir and control unit to activate the variable front spoiler lip. These elements are integrated in a housing in a compact manner and are to be found to the side under the lug - gage compartment trim.

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71 9 . 3 P o r s c h e A c t i v e Aerodynamics PAA The 911 Turbo models are the frst Porsche vehicles to include active aero- dynamics in a combination comprising a multi-stage adjustable front spoiler and wing element. The pneumatic extend- ing/retracting front spoiler system in particular is being used for the frst time anywhere in the world in roadap- proved vehicles. With this unique selling point the new 911 Turbo models have an automatic adjustment system that in combination with the extending/retract- ing and tiltable wing element unites benefts in terms of day-today usability driving stability efciency and perfor- mance in an ideal manner. In total the front spoiler and the wing element can be automatically extended and retracted in 3 positions. Both systems are always adjusted simulta- neously. In the basic “Start” setting both elements are always completely retracted. The retracted front spoiler increases the day-to-day usability and with its larger approach/departure an- gle makes it easier to negotiate ramps and entrances. This reduces the risk of damaging the front spoiler lip on kerbs. In the middle position “Speed” the front spoiler and the wing element are both partially extended. In addition to good driving stability this position ofers low drag. This allows low fuel consumption and a high end speed. In the 3rd position “Performance” the front spoiler and the wing element are completely extended. The wing element is also tilted in this position. With an aerodynamic drive on the front and rear axle this position allows great performance potential e.g. on race tracks. In addition the aerodynamic drive ofers advantages when braking at high speeds. The systems are adjusted in a speed- dependent manner between the „Start“ „Speed“ „Performance“ Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA

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72 basic “Start” position and the “Speed” position. Above a speed of approx. 120 km/h the front spoiler and the wing element are automatically extended into the “Speed” position and at below ap- prox. 80 km/h they are retracted back to the basic position. The “Performance” position is selected automatically by pressing the spoiler button in the centre console. Pressing the spoiler button again will deactivate this function. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono package standard for 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo the “Performance” position can also be activated or deactivated using the SPORT PLUS button. In addition to the functions and benefts described the active aerodynamics of the new 911 Turbo models ofer other adjustment options. If the aerodynam - ics change due to opening the roof in the slide/tilt roof option the rear wing is extended higher in the “Speed” and “Performance” positions and is tilted earlier or more dramatically Customer benefts Day-to-day usability • Improvement when driving on e.g. ramps and entrances due to a larger approach angle when the front spoiler is retracted basic position • Lower risk of damage to the front spoiler e.g. when parking in front of a kerb due to a larger distance to the front spoiler in the basic position as well as the elastic material characteristics of the spoiler lip Driving stability • High driving stability at all speeds due to the variability of the front spoiler and wing element incl. downforce Efciency • Low fuel consumption due to low drag c d x A in the middle spoiler and wing element setting “Speed”. Efciency • High end speed and fast acceleration to the highest speed ranges in the aerodynami - cally balanced “Speed” spoiler and wing element setting • Great performance potential with high lateral acceleration e.g. on race tracks by means of aerodynamic downforce on the front and rear axle in the completely extended “Performance” spoiler and wing element setting • Additional potential when braking from high speeds in the completely extended “Performance” spoiler and wing element setting

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73 Variable front spoiler The “variable front spoiler” adjustment system consists primarily of a fexible pneumatic extending/retracting front spoiler and pneumatics management to control the functions. The front spoiler made of fexible plastic comprises in its basic elements a spoiler lip and 3 actuators behind the spoiler lip. Each actuator comprises an infatable 5-chamber system that is flled/emptied by the pneumatics man- agement. The horizontal division of the actuators into 3 sectors allows diferent areas of the spoiler lip to be extended or retracted individually. The control of the two outer actuators is always simultaneous. 38261 Pneumatics management Actuator 1 Front spoiler Actuator 2 Actuator 3 Direction of travel Variable front spoiler

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74 In the basic position “Start” the actua- tors are always de-pressurised and the front spoiler is completely retracted. This position ofers the largest possible approach/departure angle 10.3° and the largest distance between the spoiler lip and the road. Compared with the fxed front spoiler of previous models the distance between the road and the spoiler centre has been increased by approx. 20 mm. The “Speed” position is attained by infating the two outer actuators with approx. 0.75 bar. The centre actuator is not pressurised in this case. This means that the two outer areas of the front spoiler are only slightly extended. This position ofers balanced aero- dynamics with low air resistance and reduced lift compared with the basic position. The “Performance” position is at - tained by infating all actuators with approximately 0.8 bar. This means that all areas of the front spoiler are fully extended and the spoiler lip is turned 90° to the front compared with the basic position. In this position the spoiler lip has a pronounced blade-like contour particularly in the central area giving the vehicle performance-oriented aerodynamics with downforce. Fur - ther - more to improve the look of the “Performance” position the middle part of the spoiler lip has a visible embossed “turbo” or “turbo S” logo. The pneumatics management is located to the side of the luggage compartment and consists largely of an electrically driven compressor an air reservoir and a control unit. The compressor draws air from the air res - ervoir and then infates the actuators with this air via air hoses and controlled valves. The pneumatic controls of the variable front spoiler is largely a closed system. This means that when the front spoiler is extended and retracted the air is mutually exchanged between the actuators and the air reservoir. The air stored in the air reservoir is not under pressure. The control unit integrated in the pneumatics management controls the system. Compared with fxed spoiler systems the pneumatic adjustment system ofers many advantages in combination with a fexible and highly stressable basic material elastomer. In addition to high variability the high elasticity in particular ensures a low risk of damage e.g. on kerbs. 38261 Front spoiler retracted “Start” position Front spoiler extended “Performance” position Direction of travel Front apron Actuator Spoiler lip Actuator Spoiler lip Functional diagram of front spoiler

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75 Variable wing element The wing element which has been completely redeveloped from an aero - dynamic point of view is extended in several stages in the new 911 models and can also be tilted erected at an an- gle for the frst time. The wing itself is made out of a fbre-reinforced highper - formance duroplastic and is produced in a special process as a hollow body with a closed profle structure. This procedure allows a low weight while still achieving good stability. The light aluminium wing supports have been redesigned and now have an aerody- namically shaped wing profle unlike the cylindrical supports of previous models. The drive to extend the wing element has also been completely redeveloped. In previous models 996/997 genera- tion the wing element was extended and retracted hydraulically. With the new 911 Turbo models the extension and retraction is performed electrically via an electric motor and a screw. The wing element is also tilted electrically. The additional electric motor for the tilting action is located in the left-hand wing support. The electric drive has several advan- tages over the hydraulic system. In ad- dition to the extension and retraction this compact and light drive systems al- lows simple integration of an additional tilt function. Another advantage is the fast extension and retraction speed as well as the precise setting of diferent wing positions. Like the front spoiler lip the wing ele - ment also has 3 basic positions that are set automatically. In the “Start” basic position the wing element is completely retracted. In the central “Speed” position the wing element is extended approx. 25 mm and in the “Performance” position it is extended by approximately 75 mm and is also tilt- ed by approx. 7 degrees. If the optional slide/tilt roof is open the positions are automatically adjusted and the wing element is extended further and tilted. In the “Speed” position the wing will be extended by 75 mm and tilted by 7 degrees. In the “Performance” posi - tion it is extended by 107 mm and tilted by 11 degrees in this case. Wing element

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76 Control The front spoiler and the wing element are controlled synchronously at speeds below 120 km/h. This means that both systems move into the 3 positions “Start” “Speed” and “Performance” simultaneously. At speeds above 120 km/h the rear spoiler is retracted with an additional delay. Extension and retraction is automatic for the “Start” and “Speed” positions. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono package and the SPORT PLUS button standard for 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo the “Performance” position is also con - trolled automatically. Furthermore there is also the option of using the spoiler button that is standard for both models and is found in the cen - tre console to extend and retract the front spoiler and wing element manu - ally. This can be done at low speeds and when the vehicle is stationary by pressing and holding the spoiler button until the “Performance” or “Start” fnal positions are reached. At speeds above 15 km/h the spoiler and wing element can be extended and retracted by tap- ping the spoiler button briefy. 15 km/h At speeds below approx. 15 km/h the front spoiler and the rear wing can only be extended and retracted by pressing and holding the spoiler button manually. Automatic extension and retraction is not possible in this case in order to protect the front spoiler lip from damage while extending e.g. if the vehicle is parked in front of a kerb and to prevent someone or something being trapped by the retracting wing element. 120 km/h/ 80 km/h At speeds above approx. 120 km/h the front spoiler and the rear wing are au - tomatically extended to the “Speed” position and are retracted back to the “Start” position at speeds below ap- prox. 80 km/h. With this control strat- egy both the aerodynamics spoiler and wing partially extended - lower drag and the day-to-day usability and appearance below approx. 80 km/h - spoiler and wing retracted are taken into account. 270 km/h At above 270 km/h no changes are possible to the spoiler and wing position set. This supports the driving stability as at very high speeds small changes to the spoiler and wing posi- tion can have a dramatic efect on the aerodynamics and thus on handling. SPORT PLUS button By pressing the SPORT PLUS button in the centre console the spoiler but- ton is activated and from a speed of  15 km/h the front spoiler and the rear wing are automatically extended to the “Performance” position. This position is maintained permanently even if the vehicle slows down to a standstill. Only when the SPORT PLUS button is de- activated the vehicle is restarted or at a speed of  15 km/h does the system return to the automatic basic functions with the “Start” and “Speed” spoiler and wing settings. If when the SPORT PLUS button is pressed the automatically ac- tivated spoiler button is pressed again the system returns to the automatic basic functions with the “Start” and “Speed” spoiler and wing settings. These control functions ofer on the one hand the option of using all driv - ing dynamic functions including the aerodynamic “Performance” position via the SPORT PLUS button e.g. to achieve the best lap times on race tracks by putting the drive through its paces. On the other hand the spoiler button can be used to deactivate the “Performance” position and thus to activate the “Speed” position. This ofers advantages on race tracks where the top speed is needed and allows in combination with the other SPORT PLUS functions the best possible lap times on this type of track. SPORT and SPORT PLUS button

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77 991 997 II “Start” “Speed” “Performance” Front spoiler retracted partially extended extended fixed Approach/departure angle 10.3° 7.8° 6.7° 7.8° Ground clearance at spoiler edge 156 mm 122 mm 117 mm 139 mm “Start” “Speed” “Performance” Wing element retracted partially extended extended and tilted extended Extension height ----------- 25 mm 75 mm 1 75 mm 107 mm 1 35 mm Tilt angle ----------- ---- 7° 1 7° 11° 1 --------- Aerodynamics Cd 0.31 0.31 0.34 0.31 c d x A 0.642 0.642 0.704 0.636 cAF 0.05 0.02 - 0.05 0.02 cAR 0.00 - 0.03 - 0.10 - 0.03 1 when slide/tilt roof is open 75 mm 25 mm 7° 35 mm Extension height 6.7° 7.8° 10.3° Approach angle 997 II 7.8° Overview of Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA

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78 Aerodynamics The introduction of the adjustable front spoiler and the high variability of the front spoiler and the wing element allow the aerodynamics of the new 911 Turbo models to be fexibly and efciently adapted to the driving and vehicle situ- ation in question. The option of setting intermediate positions and adapting the wing position to aerodynamic changes to the vehicle slide/tilt roof open means that the active aerodynamics can widen the aerodynamic spectrum considerably and even add benefts for day-to-day usability. Low drag permits low fuel consumption and high downforce fgures permit good driving performance. With the active aerodynamics of the new 911 Turbo models it is possible for the frst time to generate aerodynamic downforce on both the front and rear axles perfor - mance position. To improve driving dynamics at speeds above approx. 300 km/h the vehicle is pressed to the road with in addition to the weight approx. 44 kg on the front axle and approx. 88 kg on the rear axle. 88 kg 44 kg 27 kg 18 kg Downforce overview at 300 km/h 911 Turbo/S: Spoiler extended completely “Performance position”

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79 10 Interior The interior of the new 911 Turbo mod - els is based on that of the current 911 generation. It also gives the new 911 Turbo models a new attractive stand- ard equipment level with good quality and functionality. The new 911 Turbo models also have the following changes compared to previous models: Standard equipment based on 991 Elevated centre console with new operating and display concept Improvement in ergonomics and more attractive look with cockpit character Instrument cluster with 4.6-inch colour screen Multifunctional colour screen with com - prehensive and clear view of additional displays 2-zone climate control Additional climate comfort with separate control for driver’s and passenger side Seats including seat depth adjustment Improved seat comfort New standard colours and trim strips High degree of personalisation and attractive interior New interior lighting concept partially LED Attractive interior New Porsche vehicle key Increased attractiveness and functionality Turbo interior Shift paddle on SportDesign steering wheel 10.1 911 Turbo standard equipment Compared to the previous model the new 911 Turbo also has the follow - ing standard equipment or detail changes marked in bold: • Fully electrical sports seats 14-way incl. depth adjustment of the seat cushions • SportDesign steering wheel with shift paddles • Electrical steering column adjustment • PDK selector lever frame of PDK surround with “turbo” logo • 911 Turbo instrument cluster with black dials chrome-coloured outer rings as well as a rev coun- ter with silver-coloured trim ring and illuminated “turbo” logo With the standard Porsche Dop- pelkupplung PDK the new 911 Turbo also features the SportDesign steering wheel with aluminium shift paddles. There is also a “turbo” logo in the frame of the PDK selector lever setting. This can also be found on the inlays of the door entry guards.

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80 10.2 911 Turbo S standard equipment Compared to the previous model the new 911 Turbo S also has the following interior standard equipment or detail changes marked in bold: • Two-tone Black/Carrera Red leather interior • Dashboard trim incl. cup holder trim centre console trim and door panel trim fnished with Carbon • Adaptive sports seats Plus 18-way incl. depth adjustment of the seat cushions • Backrest shell for the adaptive Sports Seats Plus in leather • Lid of side airbag of the adaptive sports seats Plus in interior colour in black in the case of Black/Carrera Red • Door sill guards with “turbo S” logo • Rev counter with illuminated “turbo S” logo In addition to the comprehensive stand- ard equipment of the new 911 Turbo the new 911 Turbo S has an two-tone leather interior in Black/Carrera Red which is available exclusively with this model as standard. The carbon trims in the switch panel and door panel and the adaptive sports seats Plus are also standard. Compared to the previous model the seat cushion can be adjusted fore and aft and the backrest shell is specially covered with leather in the interior colour in the new 911 Turbo S. Further- more the new 911 Turbo S in combina- tion with the adaptive sport seats Plus also has the lid of the side airbags in the interior colour. To further diferentiate it from the 911 Turbo the new 911 Turbo S has a “turbo S” logo in the rev counter and in the door entry guards. Compared with the previous model the logo in the rev counter is illuminated. Model year 14 Like the 911 Carrera models in model year 14 the new 911 Turbo will receive changed door entry guards at series launch. Compared to the door entry guards of the 911 Carrera models MY D this have been lengthened on the inside and their changed posi- tion under the door seal has allowed them to be integrated more harmoni- ously into the interior. Furthermore the interior door entry guards are no longer black but the same colour as the interior. The use of the new door entry guards means that there is no longer a storage compartment on the inner door entry guard on the passenger side. Instead from MY E a luggage net on the centre tunnel in the passenger footwell will be available optionally at no extra charge. Interior 911 Turbo S Black/Carrera Red

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81 10.3 Instruments The instrument cluster of the new 911 Turbo models is a redevelopment of the current 911 generation. As an outstand- ing change when compared to the predecessor models this instrument cluster has a colour screen to the right of the rev counter. The instrument cluster itself difers from the 911 Carrera models in its consistently black dials with chromecol- oured outer rings and the rev counter with silver-coloured trim ring and illumi- nated “turbo” or “turbo S” logo. In the new 4.6-inch high-resolution col- our screen there are similarly to the 911 Carrera models a wide range of display options such as Vehicle Audio Phone Map Navigation Trip Tyre pres- sure All-wheel drive Chrono G-Force Speed limit and ACC. Compared to the 911 Carrera mod- els the new 911 Turbo models have a changed start screen with the 911 Turbo silhouette and a “turbo” or “turbo S” logo as well as an enhance- ment to the display options with regard to charge pressure and performance torque. The boost pressure can be shown under the vehicle menu or in the top line of the colour screen. With the new performance display the currently available torque of the engine is shown on the screen using a moving point track ball with reference to the engine speed and the load. Additionally the vehicle settings submenu can be used to activate or deactivate the high beam assistant for the LED headlights standard on 911 Turbo S optional on 911 Turbo. The colour screen can be operated conveni- ently either via the right-hand lower control stalk for the on-board computer or the right-hand turn/push drum on the optional multi-function steering wheel. Instrument cluster and multifunction steering wheel Performance display Boost pressure gauge in vehicle menu Boost pressure gauge on top line

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82 11 Electrics 11.1 Light systems Compared to its predecessor model the new 911 Turbo is equipped as standard not only with Bi-Xenon head- lights with dynamic headlight levelling but also with the Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS with dynamic cornering light and speed-dependent driving light control. As standard the new 911 Turbo S models also have innovative LED headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ with low energy consumption and a daylight-like light colour. In addition to the dynamic cornering light and speed-dependent driving light control PDLS Plus ofers a dynamic high beam with continuous camera-based beam-length adjustment. Furthermore both 911 Turbo models have specifc front light modules completely in LED technology. They include position lights as ring-shaped light guide with an internal direction in- dicator element. The front light system is complemented with direction indica- tor lights that also use LED technology in the new 911 Turbo models. To diferentiate it from the 911 Carrera models the 911 Turbo has the day- time driving lights as a ring-shaped light guide with a dual function in the position light of the front light module. In the 911 Turbo S the daytime driving lights are integrated into the standard LED headlights as a 4-point graphic. The new LED tail lights are much nar- rower than those of previous models. They highlight the wide look of the rear and make the new 911 Turbo models look even more powerful. The night de - sign with its very precise light signature is particularly impressive. The auxiliary side refectors in the rear apron have a distinctive shape. On the new 911 Turbo models the 3rd brake light is also individually placed centrally on the wing bench under the wing ele- ment. Its position and shape including red instrument glass is integrated harmoniously into the rear design. Tail lights

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83 11.2 Bi-Xenon headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS The new 911 Turbo has Bi-Xenon head- lights as standard including a head- light cleaning system and the Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS. The headlight system corresponds to that of the 911 Carrera models includingthe optionally available PDLS with the dynamic headlight levelling speedde- pendent driving light control dynamic cornering light and adverse weather light functions. In addition to outstanding basic illumi- nation this light system’s situationde- pendent control and dynamism as well as its adverse weather light contribute to increasing comfort and safety. Bi-Xenon headlights and front light modules 911 Turbo front apron incl. PAS radar sensor

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84 11.3 LED headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS+ An innovative all-LED headlight system is available for the frst time on the new 911 Turbo models. Standard in the 911 Turbo S and as an option in the 911 Turbo. The headlight system consists of the following features: • Headlights with low/high beam as well as an auxiliary high beam and 4-point daytime driving lights in LED technology • Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS with dynamic headlight level- ling speed-dependent driving light control dynamic cornering light and headlight cleaning system. Addition- ally with dynamic high beam camera- based The central element of this system is the all-LED headlight. It consists primar- ily of the following 4 components: • Basic module • PDLS module • Auxiliary high beam • Daytime driving lights The designation all-LED headlight to diferentiate it from Xenon and Bi- Xe - non refers to the use of LED technol - ogy not only for the low beam but also for the high beam. The basic module located in the upper part of the all-LED headlights is part of the low beam and ensures broad even illumination of the road. The 2nd part of the low beam is located under it in the PDLS module Porsche Dynamic Light System. Along with its swing function and variable light distribution rotating drum this enables the PDLS functions dynamic cornering light country road light and motorway light. Furthermore the high beam incl. dynamic high beam is realised in this module by means of drum adjustments of the projection headlight. The auxiliary high beam in the upper part of the all-LED headlight consists of 2 sub-components and is located left and right of the basic module. Its high position and auxiliary function further improve road illumination for better driving safety in particular at high speeds. The daytime driving lights comprise 4 LED spot lights and a wraparound light ring similar to the Panamera Turbo and Cayenne Turbo models. Like the Bi-Xenon headlights the all- LED headlights are functionally de - signed as a refector/lens system. This means that the light of all low beam and high beam functions of the light source LED is projected onto the road via a refector lens and rotating drum PDLS and PDLS+. 1 2 Basic module - Dipped beam basic light distribution PDLS module - Cornering light - Country road light - Motorway light - High beam - Dynamic driving light control Auxiliary high beam Daytime driving lights 3 4 2 1 1 2 3 4 3 4 4 4 Basic module – Dipped beam basic light distribution PDLS module – Cornering light – Country road light – Motorway light – High beam – Dynamic driving light control Auxiliary high beam Daytime driving lights LED headlights 4 3 LED headlights

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85 Customer benefts Driving safety • Fatigue-free driving thanks to daylight-similar LED light colour for higher perception of contrast • Greatly improved road illumination by means of a “dynamic driving light” with camera - based headlight beam adjustment PDLS+ Efciency • Lower power consumption • Service life of the LEDs several times longer than Xenon lights Comfort • Light function with no switch-on delay Visual diferentiation • Attractive headlight design • Daytime driving lights and night design clearly diferentiated Visually the all-LED headlights difer markedly from the Bi-Xenon headlights. Instead of a cone-shaped light housing with a round projection lens and auxil- iary headlights with a visible refector the all-LED headlights consist of two tube-shaped light housings arranged stepwise with bevelled lens contour above and below. The dynamic design of the all-LED headlights is complement - ed by an attractive colour scheme for the individual headlight components. The two headlight systems also difer from each other with regard to daytime driving lights. Together with the Bi- Xenon headlights the daytime driving lights are located in the auxiliary lights of the front apron as an LED light guide. The daytime driving lights of the all-LED headlights are integrated into the headlight housing as 4 LED spot- lights and LED light ring. To conclude 4 distinguishing features visually difer - entiate the all-LED headlights from the Bi- Xenon headlights: headlight design daytime driving lights light colour and night design. The all-LED headlights including PDLS+ ofer the following customer benefts when compared to the Bi-Xenon head- lights: Bi-Xenon headlights standard for 911 Turbo LED headlights standard with 911 Turbo S optional for 911 Turbo

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86 LED technology The all-LED headlights work with highly developed semiconductor technology. The advantages of LED technology Light Emitting Diodes as a source of light are mostly the daylight-like light colour the great energy efciency and the long service life. Added to this are the benefts of switching on and of without delays and a high degree of freedom when designing headlights. The good light output is generated by LED modules in which 4 individual LEDs are collected in a compact and mechan- ically robust module. The LED modules are located in the low and high beam basic and PLDS module and the aux- iliary high beam. In total the complex light system of the new full-LED head - lights comprises 30 individual LEDs per headlight each arranged individually for its specifc light function. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ In combination with the all-LED head- lights the familiar Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS was enhanced. The Plus designation refers to the addi - tional “dynamic high beam” function. In addition to the 4 familiar light func - tions of PDLS dynamic cornering light country road light motorway light and adverse weather light PDLS+ features an additional automatic high beam func- tion with camera-based beam-length adjustment. Unlike the “high beam assistant” of previous systems which only switch digitally between the low and high beams the beam length incl. auxiliary high beam is adjusted continuously with the “dynamic high beam”. The dy- namic high beam uses a camera ftted in the vehicle interior to detect the light sources from oncoming vehicles and vehicles ahead. The advantage of this system is the consistent use of the full lighting potential without dazzling other drivers. The dynamic high beam allows early detection of bends in the road pedes - trians or sources of danger and thus ofers an additional contribution to increasing active safety and improving day-to-day usability. Note: In the markets USA Canada and Korea PDLS+ has the “high beam assis- tant” with digital switching between low and high beam for approval reasons. 11.4 ParkAssist As a parking assistant the 911 Turbo has as standard ParkAssist at the rear with 4 sensors and an acoustic warn- ing. ParkAssist front and rear with 8 sensors and acoustic and optical warn- ing TopView is ofered as standard in the 911 Turbo S and as an option in the 911 Turbo. The functions are those of the current 911 Carrera models 991 and are avail- able at speeds under 15 km/h. ParkAs- sist rear is automatically activated when the reverse gear is engaged. At the front it is activated automatically at a distance to an obstacle of under 120 cm. The acoustic warnings take the form of ever more frequent tones when the vehicle approaches an obstacle. In addition with ParkAssist front and rear the distances are shown in a schematic TopView in the form of a vehicle silhouette in the central display of PCM. The optical warning is issued at a distance of less than 80 cm at the front and less than 60 cm at the side. The visual indicator is always activated when reverse gear is engaged. 3000 5000 Bi-Xenon Daylight LED Halogen 4000 6000 kelvins Light colour

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87 1 1 . 5 Pa r k A s s i s t front and rear incl. reversing camera I 638 With the new 911 Turbo models the ParkAssist front and rear option incl. reversing camera is ofered for the frst time in a Porsche sports car. This option ofered exclusively with the 911 Turbo models and no other sports cars includes a reversing camera integrated into the rear end as well as the ultra- sonic sensors in the front and rear aprons. The camera is located above the rear vehicle number plate centred between the number plate lights. The additional camera function makes reverse parking and manoeuvring even easier and more precise. The system calculates the conditions required for switching the camera on and of automatically. When reverse gear is selected or when rolling backwards the visual display is activated automati- cally. Manual activation via PCM is also possible. The camera is deactivated as soon as the reverse gear is no longer engaged and a speed of 15 km/h has been exceeded. The reversing camera is also deacti- vated when transmission range P is engaged or the parking brake is ap- plied. The reversing camera transmits the video image to the camera control unit which is integrated in a compact manner in the camera housing itself. There the picture is rectifed and the guide lines incorporated. The image is then transmitted to PCM. The image is only displayed if the electric parking brake is not activated. The dynamic guide lines can be dis- played in the reversing camera image if desired. They show the direction of travel with the current steering wheel angle and change depending on the steering wheel position or position of the front wheels. A transparent square coloured block on the screen also sym- bolises the vehicle’s parking area thus ofering additional support with parking. Furthermore the image from the re - versing camera can be combined with the TopView of ParkAssist. By tapping on the vehicle on the screen this func - tion is shown or hidden. The TopView is displayed depending on the steering wheel angle on the right or left-hand edge of the screen. 11.6 Adaptive cruise control including Porsche Active Safe PAS As with the current 911 Carrera mod- els the new 911 Turbo models will also come with adaptive cruise control incl. Porsche Active Safe PAS as an option. The additional integration of the Auto Start Stop function is new. With the new 911 Turbo models the system ofers the option while following of a vehicle to a standstill at a regulated speed “follow to stop” of switching of or starting the engine automatically while the vehicle is stationary. As soon as the vehicle has come to a standstill while this regulatory function is active the engine is switched of to reduce fuel consumption. The engine also restarts automatically when it detects that the driver wishes to con- tinue the journey by activating the ACC control stalk or the accelerator pedal. Adaptive cruise control

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88 1 2 Au di o a n d communication For the new 911 Turbo models the technologically newest generation of audio and communication systems familiar from the current 911 Carrera generation will be available. These meet the highest technical standards and have been optimized in terms of user friendliness. The new 7-inch colour screen of the Porsche Communica - tion Management PCM is positioned higher than in the previous models for improved ergonomics and features a touchscreen for fast and simple opera - tion. Additionally the optional universal audio interface USB and AUX in of - fered as an option on previous models has been added to PCM as standard. Attention has been paid to ensuring that the systems feature only the highest quality materials. The new 911 Turbo models feature an even wider range of personalisation options for audio and communication than their predeces- sors. The High-End Burmester ® Sur- round Sound System is now available for the frst time. Additionally in model year 14 the digital radio option will be ofered for all 911 Carrera and 911 Turbo models. Porsche Communication Management PCM with navigation module and universal audio interface As with previous models the new 911 Turbo models will also be equipped with Porsche Communication Manage- ment PCM with navigation module as standard. This is the newest generation of PCM including standard addition of the universal audio interface as cur - rently ofered with 911 Carrera models. It includes the following main changes to the features: • High-resolution 7-inch colour touchscreen • 3D navigation map incl. city and terrain model with superimposed satellite map • Lane information display for complex junctions • Speed limit display in the PCM based on navigation data • Map display in the instrument cluster • Aux-in and USB interface as standard BOSE ® Surround Sound-System As with previous models the new 911 Turbo models come with the BOSE ® Surround Sound System as standard. It includes a total of 12 speakers a 100-watt hidden active subwoofer inte - grated in the body shell with a class D amplifer and 200 mm diaphragm as well as 8 amplifer channels all of which produces an impressive sound experience with a total output of 445 watts. Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System optional As with the 911 Carrera models the Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System will be ofered as an option for new 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S models. The experience gained from the multi-award-winning systems in the Panamera and Cayenne results in a total output and sound quality never before achieved in a sports car. The performance data provides the impressive fgures: 12 individually controlled speakers including an active subwoofer integrated in the body shell with a 140 mm diaphragm diam- eter and integrated 300-watt class D amplifer 16 amplifer channels and a total output of 821 watts. The acous- tically efective total diaphragm area is more than 1340 cm 2 . A frequency range from 35 Hz to 20 kHz is available Porsche Communication Management PCM

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89 at every seat the maximum undistorted continuous sound pressure level for music signals is more than 120 dB. It goes without saying that in combination with the PCM the Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System supports digi- tal 5.1 recordings when playing music from audio or video DVDs. Active subwoofer incorporated in the body shell The patented subwoofer incorporated in the body shell is a technical highlight of the standard BOSE ® and optional Burmester ® systems. This develop- ment replaces the previous separate subwoofer boxes and uses the vehicle’s body structures. This solution reduces the system weight by 4–5 kg and mini- mises the space required while also improving the bass performance. Digital radio In Europe the new digital radio option allows reception of digitally transmitted radio stations in the DAB DAB+ and DMB audio formats with much better sound quality than analogue radio. A DAB double tuner with automatic switching between digital and analogue is used to ensure optimum reception of the select - ed station. Reception therefore depends on local digital network availability. Online services The new online services option integrates online functionalities into Porsche Communication Management PCM. An additional prerequisite is the AHA radio app which can be obtained free of charge via iTunes for the iPhone and the Android Marketplace for Android devices. The online service includes items such as web radio and personalised web music with the Slacker Radio function a radio service with a personalised music selection news feeds podcasts and audio maga - zines Facebook local-based content with voice announcement e.g. flling station prices car park information and weather information. Google POI search is also ofered. The results of an online point-of-interest search can be adopted as navigation destinations in the PCM. A free park- ing space the cheapest nearby flling station or a good restaurant can all be found quickly and navigation can begin straight away. For use with an iPhone the customer requires the optional universal audio interface or if using an Android device the optional mobile phone preparation or the telephone module. Burmester High-End Surround System Online services

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90 Additional options The optional telephone module of - fers superior operating comfort and optimized voice quality. As a quad- band telephone module for GSM 850 900 1800 and 1900 networks it now covers all GSM frequency ranges currently used worldwide. Depending on the mobile phone the three operat- ing modes familiar from the Panamera are available: in addition to operation with a SIM card inserted the telephone module can automatically detect the Bluetooth ® mobile phone profles SIM Access Profle SAP and Hands-Free Profle HFP and switch between the modes. Optionally the telephone module can be ordered with a cordless Blue- tooth ® handset. A charging cradle for the cordless handset is available in the centre console storage bin. Custom- ers who have mobile phones with the Hands-Free Profle HFP and only wish to use the basic cell phone functions can also choose the mobile phone preparation as an alternative to the telephone module for PCM. The new 911 Turbo models ofer the Bluetooth ® audio transmission function for the frst time both with the telephone module and the mobile- phone preparation. This allows audio data to be transferred from external devices such as music players or mobile phones via the PCM Bluetooth ® interface if the device supports this function. A 6-CD/DVD changer integrated into PCM is available optionally. The elec- tronic logbook which records the current mileage distance covered date and time as well as the starting point and destination for each trip is still available. The data can be exported to a USB stick and can be evaluated with ease using the PC software supplied. A latest-generation voice control sys- tem is available in conjunction with the new hard-drive navigation system. With this system the entries for the town and the road are evaluated together to minimise ambiguity. This method of matching two lists simplifes operation compared with the previous two-stage successive evaluation and at the same time increases the probability of im - mediately fnding the required address. This enables relaxed and controlled driving comfort. You can keep your hands on the steering wheel and your eyes on the road. The optional TV tuner receives un- encrypted analogue PAL Secam and NTSC and digital DVB-T TV signals. For safety reasons and to comply with legal regulations no TV picture is displayed and only sound output is pos- sible while driving. In addition and only in the USA and Canada the digital satellite radio SDARS from the provider XM is of - fered. The trafc information sent by XM can thus now also be included in dynamic route guidance. Extended data services for weather sport and stock market information are also avail - able. Weather information can also be displayed in the map in conjunction with the optional XM Nav Weather function.

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91 Standard equipment for the 911 Turbo/S – MJ 14 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Engine 6-cylinder fat-six biturbo engine 3.8 l displacement maximum power 383 kW 520 hp maximum torque 660 Nm • 6-cylinder fat-six biturbo engine 3.8 l displacement maximum power 412 kW 560 hp maximum torque 750 Nm • Engine Aluminium block and cylinder head • • Water cooling • • 4-valve technology • • 2 turbochargers with variable turbine geometry 2 charge-air coolers • • VarioCam Plus camshaft control and valve lift adjustment • • Hydraulic valve clearance compensation • • Integrated dry-sump lubrication • • On-demand electronically-controlled oil pump • • Electronic engine management • • Electronic throttle • • Pressure sensor for determining air mass • • Direct fuel injection DFI • • Cylinder-specifc knock control • • Two 3-way catalytic converters • • Stereo lambda control circuit • • Static high-voltage distribution with individual ignition coils • • Expansion manifold system • • On-board diagnosis for monitoring the emission control system • • Power transmission 7-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK incl. dual-mass fywheel • • All-wheel drive with map-controlled multi-disc clutch Porsche Traction Management PTM • • Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus incl. electronically controlled rear diferential lock fully variable with fxed locking values from 0 to 100 • • Auto Start/Stop function and coasting • • 13 Standard equipment

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92 Standard equipment for the 911 Turbo/S – MJ 14 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Stationary management with hold function • • Chassis 8.5 J x 20-inch 911 Turbo forged alloy wheels with 245 /35 ZR 20 tyres at front 11 J x 20-inch 911 Turbo forged alloy wheels with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres at rear Wheels in two-tone look titanium-coloured/brightly polished wheel hub cover with monochrome Porsche Crest anti-theft protection • w 9 J x 20-inch 911 Turbo S forged alloy wheels with central locking and 245 /35 ZR 20 tyres at front 11.5 J x 20-inch 911 Turbo S forged alloy wheels with central locking and305/30 ZR 20 tyres at rear Wheels in two-tone look black/brightly polished black central screws wheel hub cover with Porsche Crest in colour anti-theft protection thanks to central locking • • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System TPM • • Tyre sealing compound and electric compressor • • Rear-axle steering • • Electromechanical power steering with variable steering ratio • • Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC • • Porsche Stability Management PSM with ABS ASR ABD and MSR • • McPherson strut suspension with anti-roll bar at front • • Multi-link suspension with anti-roll bar at rear • • Porsche Active Suspension Management PASM • • Brake system 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed-calliper brakes at front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed-calliper brakes at rear compoundbrake discs with aluminium brake chambers 380 mm in diameter at front and rear internally vented and cross-drilled brake callipers Red • Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB with 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed-calliper brakes at front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed-calliper brakes at rear ceramic compound brake discs 410 mm in diameter at front and 390 mm in diameter at rear internally vented and cross-drilled brake callipers Yellow • • Brake pad wear indicator • • Electric parking brake • • Performance SPORT button with activation of driving dynamic settings for engine transmission chassis and cornering light • • Sport Chrono Package with dynamic engine mountings • • Body 2+2-seater coupé with wide 911 Turbo body • • Intelligent lightweight body in aluminium and steel composite • • Luggage compartment lid front wing doors roof and rear lid as well as features of the bodyshell made of aluminium • •

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93 Standard equipment for the 911 Turbo/S – MJ 14 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Porsche Active Aerodynamics PAA with automatically retractable 3-level front spoiler and wing element in the positions “Start” “Speed” and “Performance” • • Front spoiler lip with embossed “turbo” or “turbo S” logo • • Underbody panelling • • Lateral front apron with additional airblades and integrated parking sensors • Rear side sections with air intake openings for charge-air cooling • • Rear apron with air intake openings for charge-air cooling integrated tailpipes and model designation • • 2 twin tailpipes in Turbo design made of high-gloss chrome-plated stainless steel • 2 twin tailpipes in Turbo design made of black-chromed stainless steel • Door windows with hydrophobic coating • • Aspherical exterior mirror on the door panel of the driver’s side • • SportDesign exterior mirror • • Preparation for roof transport system • • Metallic paint • • Windscreen with grey top-tint • • Tank cap in Aluminium Look • • Electrics Power windows with one-touch operation and door seal protection function • • Front wiper system with 2 wiping speeds adjustable intermittent wipe and heated windscreen washer jets • • Electrically adjustable and heated exterior mirrors • • Exterior and interior mirrors with automatic dimming and integrated rain sensor • • ParkAssist rear • ParkAssist front and rear • • Heated rear window • • Porsche Communication Management PCM with navigation module and universal audio interface • • BOSE ® Surround Sound System • • LED reading lights boot orientation ignition lock and vanity mirror lighting. Also includes footwell glove compartment and exit courtesy lighting • • Three 12-volt sockets front passenger footwell glove box covered centre console storage compartment • • Remote control for central locking system and luggage compartment lid release • • Lighting system Bi-Xenon headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS. With dynamic headlight levelling speed-dependent driving light control dynamic cornering light and headlight cleaning system •

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94 Standard equipment for the 911 Turbo/S – MJ 14 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S LED main headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ and 4-point daytime running lights. With dynamic headlight levelling speed-dependent driving light control dynamic cornering light and headlight cleaning system. Additionally with dynamic high beam that continuously adjusts the beam length depending on the trafc situation camera-based • • LED auxiliary lights in the front apron incl. position light daytime running lights 911 Turbo direction indicator and side indicator lights • • LED rear lights including reversing lights tail lights brake lights rear fog light and direction indicators as well as high-level third brake light and registration plate illumination • • Refectors integrated in rear apron • • Driving light assistant including Automatic Coming Home lights • • Instruments Integrated cluster of fve round instruments • • Instrument cluster with central rev counter and high-defnition 4.6" colour screen • • Instrument dials in black with chrome-coloured outer rings rev counter with silver-coloured trim ring and illuminated “turbo” or “turbo S” logo • • Analogue gauges for engine speed vehicle speed oil pressure oil temperature coolant temperature and fuel tank level • • Digital displays for vehicle speed selected gear total mileage and trip mileage • • Multi-function display of boost pressure applied engine power drive torque distribution between front and rear axle as well as longitudinal and lateral acceleration g-Force • • Safety Full-size airbags for driver and passenger • • Porsche Side Impact Protection POSIP comprising side impact protection elements in the doors thorax airbag integrated into the side bolsters of the front seats and head airbag for driver and front passenger in each door panel • • 3-point automatic seat belts front and rear with seat-mounted buckles • • Seat-belt pretensioners and force limiters in front • • Retainers for ISOFIX and Top Tether child-seat mounting system on rear seats • • Engine immobiliser with central locking and remote control alarm system and radar interior surveillance • • Air conditioning 2-zone automatic climate control with separate temperature settings for the driver and front passenger automatic air circulation control with air quality sensor • • Particle/pollen flter with active carbon flter • • Green-tinted heat-insulating glass • • Interior Fully electric sport seats with electrical adjustment of all seat functions 14-way and memory package. Electric adjustment of seat backrest seat height fore/aft position tilt angle and depth of the seat cushion as well as lumbar support. Memory function for both exterior mirrors as well as for steering wheel setting and seat setting on the driver’s side • w

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95 Standard equipment for the 911 Turbo/S – MJ 14 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge Bold type changes since 997 Turbo/S II 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Adaptive Sports Seats Plus with electrical adjustment of all seat functions incl. side bolsters 18-way and memory pack - age. Electric adjustment of seat backrest seat height fore/aft position tilt angle and depth of the seat cushion seat and side bolsters as well as lumbar support. Memory function for both exterior mirrors as well as for steering wheel setting and seat setting on the driver’s side • • Cover on seat back of Adaptive Sports Seats Plus in leather side airbag lid in interior colour • Leather interior • • Headrests integrated in front seats • • Split-folding rear seats • • SportDesign wheel with shift paddles as well as electric height and fore/aft adjustment • • Steering wheel rim and airbag module with smooth leather fnish in interior colour • • PDK selector lever to control the transmission functions incl. automatic mode and separate shift gate for manual gear selection with one-touch function • • Cruise control • • Interior components in Galvano Silver dashboard trim centre console trim and door panel trim • Interior components trim with Carbon dashboard trim centre console trim and door panel trim • • Roof lining and A- B- and C-pillars in Alcantara • • Glove box lockable and door storage boxes • • Coat hooks on the seat backrests and on the B-pillars • • Elevated centre console with strip for switches an open storage compartment and a closed storage compartment with a 12-volt plug socket • • 2 cupholders passenger side integrated behind dashboard trim • • Vanity mirrors in sun visors driver and passenger sides • • “turbo” or “turbo S” logo in door entry guard • • Colours Standard solid exterior colours: White Guards Red Black Racing Yellow • • Exterior metallic standard colours: Rhodium Silver Metallic Basalt Black Metallic Agate Grey Metallic Anthracite Brown Metallic Mahogany Metallic Dark Blue Metallic Amaranth Red Metallic Sapphire Blue Metallic • • Leather interior standard colours: Black Luxor Beige Platinum Grey Yachting Blue • • Available additionally for 911 Turbo S models: Black-Carrera Red •

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96 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Exterieur Code Special colours Colour range: GT Silver Metallic Lime Gold Metallic. Delivery time at least 2 months • • Code Colour to sample Freely selectable colour for technically possible solid and metallic colours. Delivery time at least 6 months • • 559 Trim strips in a high-gloss fnish Edging trim strips for the side windows in high-gloss anodised aluminium. • • 602 LED main headlights including Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ Headlights with low/high beam as well as auxiliary high beam and 4-point daytime driving lights in LED technology. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS+ with dynamic headlight levelling dynamic cornering light speed- dependent driving light control and headlight cleaning system. Additionally with dynamic high beam that continuously adjusts the beam length depending on the trafc situation camera-based • • XEX Exclusive Bi-Xenon headlights black with Porsche Dynamic Light System PDLS Interior lining tubes and paintwork in Black • XXG Exclusive Tail lights in clear glass look Lens of the tail lights and third brake light in clear glass look. Functions and dimensions are the same as those of the standard tail lights • • 625 Porsche Entry Drive Keyless entry and drive: unlocking and locking of the vehicle including luggage compartment lid release and engine start/stop • • 498 Without model designation Deletion of the “911 turbo” and “911 turbo S” model designations on the rear apron. The “PORSCHE” logo is retained w w 911 “911” logo Chrome-plated “911” logo instead of “911 turbo” or “911 turbo S” model designations on the rear apron w w 636 ParkAssist front and rear Parking assistant with integrated ultrasonic sensors in the front and rear apron. Audible notifcation of the distance to objects in front of and behind the vehicle and a visual representation on the central PCM screen • • 638 ParkAssist front and rear with reversing camera Parking assistant with integrated ultrasonic sensors in the front and rear apron as well as a reversing camera between the number plate lights. Audible notifca- tion of the distance to objects in front of and behind the vehicle. Additional rep - resentation on the PCM screen: graphical distance display and colour camera image with dynamic guide lines • • 425 Rear wiper With intermittent wiper function • • 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint Upper area of windscreen strongly tinted • • XPL Exclusive Privacy glazing Heavily tinted glazing of the rear side windows and rear window • • 14 Optional equipment

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97 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 748 Electrically retractable exterior mirrors Electrically retractable exterior mirrors including courtesy lighting. Note: Not in conjunction with the SportDesign exterior mirror option order no. 529. In conjunction with this option the vehicle features the 911 Turbo exterior mirror with a compact mirror base • w 529 SportDesign exterior mirror Exterior mirror in SportDesign with V-shaped mirror base manually retractable. Note: not in conjunction with the electrically retractable exterior mirror option order no. 748 • • 651 Electric slide/tilt sunroof External running slide/tilt sunroof made in steel with wind defector electrically operated with one-touch function • • 653 Electric slide/tilt sunroof in glass External running slide/tilt sunroof made of tinted tempered safety glass with wind defector and sun blind electrically operated with one-touch function. Roof painted in front and behind the glass roof module in Black high-gloss • • 549 Main support for roof transport system 75 kg maximum payload compatible with all Porsche Tequipment load-carrying attachments • • XUB Exclusive Painted covers of headlight cleaning system Covers of headlight cleaning system painted in exterior colour. Note: fnish in diferent exterior colour available on request • • CNL Exclusive Exterior mirror lower trim painted Exterior mirror lower trim and mirror base painted in exterior colour • • Model designation on doors Model designation “911 turbo”/“911 turbo S” on doors. CAS Exclusive In Black • • CAT Exclusive In Silver • • XYB Exclusive Tank cap in Aluminium Look With “Porsche” logo and anti-loss mechanism • • Engine and chassis 450 Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake PCCB Ceramic brake system with carbon-fbre reinforced ceramic composite brake discs internally vented and cross-drilled brake disc chambers made of forged aluminium. Brake disc diameter 410 mm front and 390 mm rear 6-piston brake callipers on the front axle and 4-piston brake callipers on the rear axle brake callipers yellow • • 352 Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control PDCC Active chassis control system for roll control and improved driving dynamics. Reduces the lateral inclination of the vehicle when cornering and improves agility driving performance and comfort on uneven roads • •

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98 Available from 11/2013 at the earliest. Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 640 Sport Chrono Package Consists of: • Dynamic engine mounting • Analogue and digital stopwatch • Overboost 911 Turbo: 710 Nm • Overboost 911 Turbo S: 750 Nm • SPORT PLUS button with performance-oriented settings for engine transmission including Launch Control all-wheel drive chassis rear axle steering and active aerodynamics PAA • Additional SPORT SPORT PLUS and Launch Control display on the steering wheel • Performance display in the PCM • • 658 Power Steering Plus Power steering with additional reduction of steering forces at low speeds e.g. manoeuvring and parking • • 138 Sports tailpipes Two twin tailpipes in titanium slightly oval with polished surface • • Wheels 429 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel Forged light-alloy wheels with 5-hole screw connection one-piece with 10 double spokes two-tone look titanium-coloured/bright-polished wheel hub cover with monochrome Porsche crest anti-theft protection. Front axle: 8.5 J x 20 RO 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres Rear axle: 11 J x 20 RO 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres • w 435 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel Forged light-alloy wheels with central locking one-piece with spoke design based on motor sport two-tone look black/bright-polished central locking in anodised black including wheel hub cover with full-colour Porsche crest anti-theft protection with central locking. Front axle: 9 J x 20 RO 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres Rear axle: 11.5 J x 20 RO 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres • • XRU Exclusive 20-inch Sport Classic wheel Forged light-alloy wheels one-piece in 5-spoke Sport Classic design with 5-hole screw connection. With a GT Silver Metallic painted wheel centre and bright-polished cross-sectional area. Including wheel hub cover with full-colour Porsche crest and anti-theft protection. Front axle: 9 J x 20 RO 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres Rear axle: 11.5 J x 20 RO 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres • w 446 Wheel hub cover With full-colour Porsche crest • w XDG Exclusive Wheels painted in Black high-gloss Wheels painted completely in Black high-gloss including wheel hub cover with full-colour Porsche crest • •

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99 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Interior 454 Cruise control Automatic speed control • • 456 Adaptive cruise control including Porsche Active Safe PAS Monitors the distance to the vehicle in front using radar sensors automatically maintains the distance and if required brakes smoothly if the distance to the vehicle in front is reduced – if necessary bringing the car to a complete stop. Programmable speed range: 30–210 km/h. Including Porsche Active Safe PAS comprising the acoustic warning and braking jolt functions when approaching an obstacle too quickly as well as targeted braking. A braking manoeuvre initiated by the driver within the limits of the system is thereby reinforced up to full braking • • 844 Multi-function steering wheel Steering wheel with distinctive design sports steering wheel including slider buttons instead of shift paddles with multi-function controls for easy operation of radio navigation and telephone functions as applicable. Note: not in conjunction with the standard SportDesign steering wheel w w 608 HomeLink ® garage door opener Integrated and programmable remote control for up to three garage doors gates lighting and/or property alarm systems. Compatible with nearly all motorised garage doors and gates • • 631 Speed limit display Camera-based trafc sign recognition for speed limits no-passing zones and rescissions including display in the instrument cluster’s colour screen • • 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS With pre-wiring increased battery capacity and inclination sensor for the alarm system. Required for retroftting the Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS from the Porsche Tequipment programme. Note: further information on the Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS is contained in the current Tequipment 911 catalogue • • 630 Light design package Additional dimmable ambient lighting in the overhead console in the area of the door handles the door storage box the rear seats and in the front footwell. Equipped with LED technology • • P05 Sports seats Plus 4-way electric Driver and passenger side with raised side bolsters more pronounced mould- ing in the shoulder area and modifed stitching. Electric adjustment of backrest and seat height as well as manual fore/aft adjustment. Backrest shells painted Silver Grey 911 Turbo or covered in leather 911 Turbo S. Note: without memory package w w P06 Fully electrical sports seats 14-way electric Driver and front passenger seats featuring electric adjustment of backrest angle seat height fore/aft position tilt angle and depth of the seat cushion as well as lumbar support. Including memory function for settings of the seat position driver’s side the steering column both exterior mirrors and other individual vehicle settings • w

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100 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S P07 Adaptive Sports Seats Plus 18-way electric Driver and passenger side with raised side bolsters more pronounced moulding of the shoulder area and electric adjustment of all seat functions: seat backrest seat height fore/aft position tilt angle and depth of the seat cushion lumbar support as well as side bolsters on seat cushions and backrest. Including memory function for settings of the seat position driver’s side the steering column both exterior mirrors and other individual vehicle settings. Backrest shells painted Silver Grey 911 Turbo or covered in leather 911 Turbo S • • P03 Sports bucket seats Light racing bucket seats with folding backrest integrated thorax airbag and manual fore/aft adjustment. The seat shell is made of glass and carbon- fbre-reinforced plastic GFRP/CFRP surface in exposed carbon leather covering. Including memory function for settings of the steering column both exterior mirrors and other individual vehicle settings. Note: not in conjunction with child restraint systems • w 342 Seat heating Electric heating of the front seats for driver and passenger sides three adjustment levels. Note: in conjunction with sports bucket seats order no. P03 available as of 10/2013 at the earliest w w 541 Seat ventilation Electric ventilation for front seats three adjustment levels • • 345 Steering wheel heating Steering wheel rim heating activated by control button on steering wheel. Note: available only in conjunction with sports steering wheel with multi- function order no. 844 • • 509 Fire extinguisher Compact DIN EN3 powder extinguisher under driver’s seat containing 1 kg of extinguishing agent • • 583 Smoking package Ashtray and cigarette lighter in place of the open storage compartment in the front centre console w w 810 Floor mats In interior colour with embroidered ‘PORSCHE’ logo at the front 4-piece set • • 581 Luggage net in passenger footwell Luggage net on the centre tunnel in the passenger footwell w w 899 ISOFIX child seat mounting points on front passenger seat Additional third ISOFIX mounting for child seats on passenger seat and deacti - vation function for passenger airbag in the glove box deactivation indicator in front overhead console • • EER Exclusive Interior package painted Painted in exterior colour: dashboard trim including cupholder trim and door panel trim. Note: recommended in conjunction with centre console trim painted order no. XYG. • w CTR Exclusive Air vents painted Painted in exterior colour: side air vents centre air vent including control panel trim. Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: side air vent slats centre air vent slats. Note: fnish in diferent exterior colour available on request • • CDN Exclusive Air vent slats painted Painted in exterior colour: side air vent slats centre air vent slats. Smooth-fn- ish leather in interior colour and partly with decorative stitching: side air vents centre air vent including control panel trim. Note: fnish in diferent exterior colour available on request • •

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101 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S CUF Exclusive PCM package painted Painted in exterior colour: PCM surround switch strip trim and air-conditioning control panel trim. • • XYG Exclusive Centre console trim painted Painted in exterior colour: centre console trim • w CMT Exclusive Belt passage for sports bucket seat painted Painted in exterior colour: belt passage for sports bucket seat • • CPK Exclusive Painted vehicle key Painted in exterior colour: side faces of the vehicle key master and spare key • • Exclusive Coloured instrument dials Note: combination with coloured Sport Chrono clock instrument dial order no. CZT/CGG/CGE/CGJ is recommended. XFL In interior colour: Luxor Beige • • XFG In exterior colour: Guards Red • • XFR In exterior colour: Racing Yellow • • XFJ In exterior colour: White • • Exclusive Coloured Sport Chrono clock instrument dial Note: combination with coloured instrument dials order no. XFL/XFG/XFR/XFJ is recommended. CZT In interior colour: Luxor Beige • • CGG In exterior colour: Guards Red • • CGE In exterior colour: Racing Yellow • • CGJ In exterior colour: White • • Exclusive Coloured seat belts For front and rear. Note: see the section “Recommended colour combinations”. XSH In contrasting colour: Silver Grey • • XHP In interior colour: Luxor Beige • • XSX In exterior colour: Guards Red • • XHN In exterior colour: Racing Yellow • • XHR In interior colour: Yachting Blue • • CEE Exclusive Rear footwell lighting Additional light in LED technology in rear footwell left/right • • Available from 11/2013 at the earliest.

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102 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Leather interior Code Leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour Colour range: Black Luxor Beige Platinum Grey Yachting Blue Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: upper part switch panel including instrument shroud lower part switch panel including glove compartment cover steering wheel rim airbag module upper part of door panel door mirror centre console side panel rear side panel door handles door panel armrest PDK selector lever cover of centre console storage seat base front seat centre front seat bolsters front headrests back of 911 Turbo front seat back - rests not in conjunction with order no. P05 P07 rear seat centre rear seat bolsters rear centre tunnel. Note: sun visors with plastic foil in interior colour. For Yachting Blue equipment the sun visors are in Black. Additional for 911 Turbo S: adaptive Sport Seats Plus with side airbag cover in interior colour and backrest shell with leather in interior colour. Covered with Alcantara in interior colour: roof lining A-pillar trim B-pillar trim and C-pillar trim. Note: for Yachting Blue equipment the roof lining A B and C pillars are in black • w Code Leather interior package in 911 Turbo S standard colour Two-tone combination: Black - Carrera Red. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Black above the dashboard trim and door trim. Adaptive Sports Seats Plus with side airbag cover and leather backrest shell in Black • Code Leather interior in special colour Colour range: Agate Grey. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour • w Code Two-tone leather interior Combination of colour tones Black and Platinum Grey Agate Grey and Pebble Grey Black and Luxor Beige. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Dark colour tone Black or Agate Grey above the trim • w Code Natural leather interior Colour range: Espresso Carrera Red. Leather specially dyed to retain natural characteristics. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Note: for the Espresso-Cognac interior the dark colour tone Espresso is above the trim. For the Carrera Red interior the sun visors roof lining A B and C pillars are in Black • • Code Two-tone natural leather interior Combination of colour tones Espresso and Cognac. Leather specially dyed to retain natural characteristics. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Darker colour tone Espresso above the trim • • Code Leather interior in colour to sample Custom colour. Scope as for leather interior package in 911 Turbo standard colour. Note: synthetic elements steering wheel rim airbag module as well as roof lin - ing A-pillar trim B-pillar trim and C-pillar trim in Black. Otherwise as for special colours. Note: minimum lead time is 3 months • •

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103 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S CLU Exclusive Steering wheel rim with decorative stitching in contrasting colour Decorative stitching in contrasting colour on steering wheel rim. Note: decorative stitching available in Silver Guards Red Black White Plati- num Grey Pebble Grey Cream Yachting Blue Luxor Beige Espresso Umber Aqua Grey Peridot Amber Orange Lime Gold Cognac Carrera Red. For multifunction steering wheel order no. 844 only available in conjunction with heated steering wheel order no. 345 • • EEA Exclusive Interior package in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: dashboard trim including cupholder trim door panel trim. Note: recommended in conjunction with centre console trim in leather order no. XHB • w CZW Exclusive Switch panel package leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour partly with decorative stitching: dash- board end trims defroster trim dashboard upper section centre air vent side defroster vents and dashboard upper section centre trim • • CXM Exclusive Door trim package in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: front door trim panels door mirror panels and door end trim • • CXN Exclusive Rear compartment trim package in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour partly with decorative stitching: side rear speaker trims tunnel storage compartment in rear rear seat backrest release levers and base trims rear seat backrest hinge covers • • XNG Exclusive Instrument surround in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: instrument surround • • XNS Exclusive Steering column casing leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour with decorative stitching: steering column casing including hands-free microphone • • CVW Exclusive Rear-view mirror in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: rear-view mirror antenna cover • • CTK Exclusive Air vents in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour partially with decorative stitching: side air vents centre air vent surround and control switch trim side air vent slats centre air vent slats • • CZV Exclusive Air vent slats in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: side air vent slats centre air vent slats • • CUR Exclusive PCM package leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: PCM surround switch strip trim and air-conditioning control panel trim. • • CTL Exclusive PDK selector lever personalisation package Smooth-fnish leather in contrasting interior colour: PDK selector lever. Leather available in Black Platinum Grey Pebble Grey Yachting Blue Luxor Beige Espresso Agate Grey Cognac Umber Carrera Red Guards Red Cream Amber Orange Lime Gold • • XHB Exclusive Centre console trim in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: centre console trim • w XPT Exclusive Storage compartment lid with Porsche crest Lid of centre console storage box embossed with Porsche crest. Note: in conjunction with the rear centre tunnel in leather with decorative stitching order no. XHS the lid of centre console storage compartment is partially with decorative stitching • •

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104 Available from 11/2013 at the earliest. Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S XUV Exclusive Storage compartment lid with model logo Lid of centre console storage compartment embossed with “turbo” or “turbo S” logo. Note: in conjunction with the rear centre tunnel in leather with decorative stitch- ing order no. XHS the lid of centre console storage compartment is partially with decorative stitching • • XWK Exclusive Sports Seat Plus backrests in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour and with decorative stitching: Sports Seat Plus backrest shells clothes hook on seat backrest seat hinge covers seat console • XWL Exclusive Additional interior pack- age Sports Seat Plus backrests in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour with decorative stitching: seat hinge covers seat console • XHS Exclusive Rear centre tunnel in leather with decorative stitching Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour and with decorative stitching: rear centre tunnel and lid of centre console storage compartment • • XSC Exclusive Porsche Crest embossed on headrests Embossed on the headrests of the front seats • • CDT Exclusive Seat belt buckles in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: seat belt buckles front/rear • • CTH Exclusive Belt outlet trims in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: B-pillar seat belt outlet trim left/right C-pillar seat belt outlet trim left/right • • CUJ Exclusive Fuse box cover in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour and with decorative stitching: fuse box cover left/right • • CFX Exclusive Personalised foor mat with leather edging Set of four. Carpet in Black Platinum Grey Luxor Beige Yachting Blue Espresso natural leather Agate Grey Pebble Grey Carrera Red. With smooth- fnish leather edging and double decorative seam. Leather inlays in the colour of the edging with embossed “PORSCHE” logo and decorative stitching. With colour of choice for carpet leather edging and decorative stitching all standard and natural leather colours. Note: leather and decorative stitching available in other colours on request • • CPE Exclusive Key pouch in leather Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour with embossed Porsche crest and decorative stitching • • Wood interior EED Exclusive Mahogany interior package Dark mahogany wood fnish: selector lever dashboard trim including cupholder trim door panel trim Heated multifunction steering wheel in mahogany • w XHF Exclusive Heated multifunction steer - ing wheel in mahogany Steering wheel with distinctive design sports steering wheel including slider buttons instead of shift paddles with multi-function controls for operation of audio and communication functions as well as on-board computer. Dark mahogany wood fnish and with smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: steering wheel rim steering wheel hub cover in leather. Heated steering wheel rim activation by means of button on the steering wheel • • XHG Exclusive Centre console trim in mahogany Dark mahogany wood fnish: centre console trim • w

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105 Available from 11/2013 at the earliest. Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S Carbon interior EEJ Exclusive Carbon interior package Covered in carbon: 911 Turbo: selector lever dashboard trim including cupholder trim door panel trim 911 Turbo S: dashboard trim including cupholder trim door panel trim • • XHJ Exclusive PDK selector lever in carbon Carbon fnish: selector lever • XHL Exclusive Heated multifunction steer - ing wheel in carbon Steering wheel with distinctive design sports steering wheel including slider buttons with multi-function controls for operation of audio and communication functions as well as on-board computer. Carbon fnish and with smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: steering wheel rim steering wheel hub cover in leather. Heated steering wheel rim activation by means of button on the steering wheel • • XHM Exclusive Centre console trim Carbon Carbon fnish: centre console trim • • X69 Exclusive Door entry guards in carbon Door entry guards left/right in carbon with “turbo”/“turbo S” logo • • XXD Exclusive Carbon door entry guards illuminated Door entry guards left/right in carbon with white illuminated “turbo”/“turbo S” logo • • CXE Exclusive Personalised door entry guards in carbon illuminated Door entry guards left/right in carbon with white illuminated personalised logo. Note: when ordering please provide your Porsche partner with a template of your personalised logo • • Aluminium/stainless steel interior EEN Exclusive Brushed aluminium interior package In brushed aluminium: selector lever dashboard trim including cupholder trim door panel trim • w XYA Exclusive PDK selector lever in aluminium Unique design. In aluminium: selector lever. Smooth-fnish leather in interior colour: selector lever inlays • • XYE Exclusive Centre console trim in Brushed Aluminium In brushed aluminium: centre console trim • w X70 Exclusive Door entry guards in stainless steel Door entry guards left/right in stainless steel with “turbo”/“turbo S” logo • • XXB Exclusive Door entry guards in stainless steel illuminated Door entry guards left/right in stainless steel with white illuminated “turbo”/“turbo S” logo • • CXC Exclusive Personalised door entry guards in stainless steel illuminated Door entry guards left/right 3.6 in stainless steel with white illuminated personalised logo. Note: when ordering please provide your Porsche partner with a template for your personalised logo • • Alcantara Interior XLK Exclusive SportDesign Alcantara steering wheel Covered in black Alcantara: steering wheel rim. Note: adoption of standard airbag module in black smooth-fnish leather • •

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106 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S CLH Exclusive PDK gear selector in Alcantara Covered in black Alcantara: selector lever standard • • CLN Exclusive Belt outlet trims Alcantara Covered in Alcantara in colour of B-/C-pillar: B-pillar belt outlet trim left/right C-pillar belt outlet trim left/right • • Audio and communication Standard Porsche Communication Management PCM including navigation module with universal audio interface Central information and communications system: – high-resolution 7-inch display with touchscreen – radio with RDS double tuner and scan/phase diversity for optimum reception – single CD/DVD drive supporting audio playback of audio/video DVDs and tracks in MP3 format – storage and playback of up to 5000 MP3 fles on the internal 40 GB hard disk – USB connection for various iPod ® and iPhone ® models1 as well as USB memory sticks and MP3 music and MP3 player Includes operation via the PCM the optional multi-function steering wheel or optional voice control Navigation module: – hard disk and map data for most European countries – perspective map display and 3D navigation map including city and terrain models with superimposed satellite map – dynamic route calculation TMC – advanced dynamic route calculation taking diverse trafc fow information into account TMC Pro – automatic route tracing and subsequent reverse route navigation as well as navigation by compass and GPS in non-digitised regions – acquisition of all online navigation destinations in conjunction with optional online services • • Standard BOSE ® Surround Sound-System BOSE ® Surround Sound System with 12 loudspeakers including a centre speaker and an active subwoofer integrated into the vehicle body. Eight-channel amplifer with a total output of 445 watts. The BOSE ® Centerpoint ® and SurroundStage ® technologies allow the system to play stereo sources in surround mode. AudioPilot ® Noise Compensation Technology ensures the acoustic pattern is constant and well balanced in all driving conditions • • 682 Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound System Burmester ® High End Surround Sound System with a total output of 821 watts and 12 independently controlled loudspeakers integrated into the body including a 300 watt active subwoofer with class D digital amplifer. Features sophisticated components available in high-end audio e.g. special ribbon tweeters Air Motion Transformers AMT and a total acoustically ef - fective diaphragm surface area of more than 1340 cm 2 enabling precision playback even at very high sound levels. A wide selection of preset equalisers ensures a frst-class audio experience while a sound conditioner based on microphone technology adapts sound sensitively and in real time to the driving situation • •

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107 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S 691 Digital radio In addition to the signals broadcast by analogue radio stations digital radio stations with better sound quality can be received including DAB+ and DMB Audio. With the DAB double tuner a second DAB tuner constantly searches for alterna - tive reception frequencies for the selected station and updates the station list at the same time. Reception depends on the availability of a local digital network • • 641 Electronic logbook Allows automatic recording of current mileage distance covered date and time as well as the starting point and destination for each trip. Includes PC software for analysing the data later. The software meets the requirements of the German tax authorities for the documentation of automatic logbook records • • 671 Voice control system Allows virtually all PCM functions to be controlled by voice. With whole-word input of e.g. navigation destinations phonebook entries or radio station names without the system having to learn them. Simplifed operation by means of interactive input and display of menu-specifc selection lists • • 666 Telephone module Internal quad-band GSM telephone module with Bluetooth ® interface for ease of use and optimised sound quality. Enables calls to be made in the following modes: – with SIM card inserted calls are made through the GSM external antenna – via the Bluetooth ® link established by the SIM Access Profle SAP. Once the automatic pairing of the devices is complete the mobile phone’s GSM antenna is switched of to conserve the battery charge and calls are made through the GSM external antenna only available for mobile phones with SIM Access Profle – Via Bluetooth ® connection to the Hands-Free Profle HFP. In this mode the GSM connection is made through the antenna of the mobile phone. Includes microphone hands-free function mute function and operation of all the most important telephone functions • • 669 Cordless handset for telephone module Comprises a Bluetooth ® handset with display and separate keypad so that calls can be made and received privately. Includes a charging cradle in the centre console storage compartment. Operation of the Bluetooth ® handset is not supported in HFP mode • • 619 Mobile phone preparation With Bluetooth ® interface to connect a mobile phone to the Hands-Free Profle HFP. Comprises hands-free function and mute function and operation of basic functions by PCM or optional multifunction steering wheel. Includes microphone • • 693 6-disk CD/DVD autochanger Integrated in PCM instead of the single CD/DVD drive. Supports audio playback of audio/video DVDs and tracks in MP3 format • • 676 TV tuner For receiving unencrypted analogue and digital TV signals DVB-T. With Electronic Programme Guide EPG and teletext if available • •

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108 Optional equipment for the 911 Turbo models 991 • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo 911 Turbo S UN1 Online services Integration of online functions into the PCM by means of the Aha radio app. Available via iPhone ® and Android ® devices. Includes: – web radio and personalised web music – news feeds podcasts and audio magazines – weather information – online point-of-interest search that can be adopted as navigation destinations – Facebook and much more The Aha radio app is available free of charge from iTunes ® and Google Play ® • • Factory collection 900 Factory collection in Zufenhausen Collect your 911 Turbo in Stuttgart-Zufenhausen or Leipzig and personally take it out to where it belongs: on the road. Beforehand we would like to give you the opportunity of taking a look behind the scenes of the production at Porsche. During a factory tour you will be able to witness the amount of precision and love that goes into the manufacture of a Porsche. As our guest during lunch you will then have the opportunity of refecting on these impressions. With the delivery of your 911 GT3 as the crowning conclusion. Our experts are ready to take the time to explain every detail of your vehicle to you – if you like. Tradition and history await you in Stuttgart-Zufenhausen – you can feel the Porsche legend in the air and you can experience it up close in the Porsche Mu- seum. With legendary models from more than 60 years of sports car history. Would you like the handover of your vehicle to be even more exiting Then we would like to welcome you at our production location in Leipzig. Your frst driving experience will take place right on site. Test drive a comparable model at the side of an experienced instructor. On-road on the FIA-certifed test track. Or of-road with an all-terrain Porsche on our own course. • • S9Y Factory collection in Leipzig with dynamic driving instruction • •

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109 15 Technical data 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Engine Type Aluminium fat turbo engine Aluminium fat turbo engine Aluminium fat turbo engine Aluminium fat turbo engine Number of cylinders 6 6 6 6 Valves per cylinder 4 4 4 4 Displacement 3800 cm³ 3800 cm³ 3800 cm³ 3800 cm³ Bore x stroke 102 mm x 77.5 mm 102 mm x 77.5 mm 102 mm x 77.5 mm 102 mm x 77.5 mm Max. power 383 kW/520 hp 412 kW/ 560 hp 368 kW/500 hp 390 kW/530 hp At engine speed 6000–6500 rpm 6500–6750 rpm 6000–6500 rpm 6250–6750 rpm Max. torque 660 Nm 700 Nm 650 Nm 700 Nm At engine speed 1950–5000 rpm 2100–4250 rpm 1950–5000 rpm 2100–4250 rpm Max. torque with overboost 710 Nm 750 Nm 700 Nm — At engine speed 2100–4250 rpm 2200–4000 rpm 2100–4000 rpm — Power output per litre 100.8 kW/l 136.8 hp/l 108.4 kW/l 147.4 hp/l 96.8 kW/l 131.6 hp/l 102.6 kW/l 139.5 hp/l Power-to-weight ratio as per DIN PDK 4.2 kg/kW 3.1 kg/hp 3.9 kg/kW 2.9 kg/hp 4.3 kg/kW 3.2 kg/hp 4.1 kg/kW 3.0 kg/hp Manual gearbox — — 4.3 kg/kW 3.1 kg/hp — Idle speed 680 +/–25 rpm 680 +/–25 rpm 680 +/–40 rpm 680 +/–40 rpm Maximum engine speed 7000 rpm 7200 rpm 7000 rpm 7000 rpm Compression ratio 9.8:1 9.8:1 9.8:1 9.8:1 Valve control VarioCam Plus with intake-side camshaft control and valve lift adjustment VarioCam Plus with intake-side camshaft control and valve lift adjustment VarioCam Plus with intake-side camshaft control and valve lift adjustment VarioCam Plus with intake-side camshaft control and valve lift adjustment Oil supply Integrated dry-sump lubrication with demand-controlled oil pump Integrated dry-sump lubrication with demand-controlled oil pump Integrated dry-sump lubrication with demand-controlled oil pump Integrated dry-sump lubrication with demand-controlled oil pump Turbocharging 2 VTG turbochargers boost-pressure control 2 VTG turbochargers boost-pressure control 2 VTG turbochargers boost-pressure control 2 VTG turbochargers boost-pressure control Data Relates to the EU model unless otherwise stated bold marked data 911 Turbo/S 991 changes compared to the 911 Turbo/S 997 II PDK Porsche Doppelkupplung SCP Measured values with Sport Chrono Package when SPORT PLUS button pressed

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110 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Charge-air cooling 2 separate charge-air coolers in the rear side sections of the body 2 separate charge-air coolers in the rear side sections of the body 2 separate charge-air coolers in the rear side sections of the body 2 separate charge-air coolers in the rear side sections of the body Exhaust system 2 catalytic converters central rear silencer with 2 911 Turbo twin tailpipes 2 catalytic converters central rear silencer with 2 911 Turbo twin tailpipes 2 catalytic converters central rear silencer with 2 single tailpipes 2 catalytic converters central rear silencer with 2 single tailpipes Engine control Digital engine electronics SDI 9 Digital engine electronics SDI 9 Digital engine electronics SDI 3.1 Digital engine electronics SDI 3.1 Mixture formation Direct fuel injection DFI Direct fuel injection DFI Direct fuel injection DFI Direct fuel injection DFI Fuel type Super RON 98 RON 95 with limited performance Super RON 98 RON 95 with limited performance Super RON 98 RON 95 with limited performance Super RON 98 RON 95 with limited performance Ignition Map-controlled ignition cylinder-specifc knock control static high- voltage distribution with individual ignition coils Map-controlled ignition cylinder-specifc knock control static high- voltage distribution with individual ignition coils Map-controlled ignition cylinder-specifc knock control static high- voltage distribution with individual ignition coils Map-controlled ignition cylinder-specifc knock control static high- voltage distribution with individual ignition coils Generator 2.1 kW 2.1 kW 2.1 kW 2.1 kW Starter 2.6 kW 2.6 kW 2.6 kW 2.6 kW Battery capacity 95 Ah 95 Ah 70 Ah 70 Ah

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111 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Power transmission Drive All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management PTM with controlled multi-plate clutch front-axle fnal drive water-cooled All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management PTM with controlled multi-plate clutch front-axle fnal drive water-cooled All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management PTM with controlled multiple-plate clutch All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management PTM with controlled multiple-plate clutch Double-clutch transmission Standard: 7-gear Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK Standard: 7-gear Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK Optional: 7-gear Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK Standard: 7-gear Porsche Doppelkupplung PDK Transmission ratio 1st gear 3.91 3.91 3.91 3.91 2nd gear 2.29 2.29 2.29 2.29 3rd gear 1.58 1.58 1.58 1.58 4th gear 1.18 1.18 1.18 1.18 5th gear 0.94 0.94 0.94 0.94 6th gear 0.79 0.79 0.79 0.79 7th gear 0.62 0.62 0.62 0.62 Reverse gear 3.55 3.55 3.55 3.55 Final-drive ratio of the rear axle 3.44 3.44 3.44 3.44 Final-drive ratio of the front axle 3.33 3.33 3.33 3.33 Clutch diameter 1 220 mm 220 mm 220 mm 220 mm Clutch diameter 2 163.5 mm 163.5 mm 163.5 mm 163.5 mm Manual gearbox Not available Not applicable Standard: 6-speed manual gear- box Not available Transmission ratio 1st gear — — 3.82 — 2nd gear — — 2.14 — 3rd gear — — 1.48 — 4th gear — — 1.18 — 5th gear — — 0.97 — 6th gear — — 0.79 — Reverse gear — — 2.67 — Final-drive ratio of the rear axle — — 3.44 — Final-drive ratio of the front axle — — 3.33 — Clutch diameter — — 240 mm —

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112 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Rear locking diferential Standard: Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus including elec- tronically controlled rear diferential lock fully variable Standard: Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus including elec- tronically controlled rear diferential lock fully variable Optional: Porsche Torque Vectoring PTV including mechanical rear diferential lock 22 under traction 27 on overrun Standard: Porsche Torque Vectoring PTV including mechanical rear diferential lock 22 under traction 27 on overrun Chassis Front axle McPherson spring strut axle with wheels suspended individually on trailing links and wishbones anti-roll bar McPherson spring strut axle with wheels suspended individually on trailing links and wishbones anti-roll bar McPherson spring strut axle with wheels suspended individually on trailing links and wishbones anti-roll bar McPherson spring strut axle with wheels suspended individually on trailing links and wishbones anti-roll bar Dampers PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode Toe-in +5 ±5 +5 ±5 +5 ±5 +5 ±5 Camber −50 ±15 −35 ±15 −40 ±15 −40 ±15 Rear axle Multi-link rear axle with wheels suspended individually on 5 control arms anti-roll bar Multi-link rear axle with wheels suspended individually on 5 control arms anti-roll bar Multi-link rear axle with wheels suspended individually on 5 control arms anti-roll bar Multi-link rear axle with wheels suspended individually on 5 control arms anti-roll bar Damping PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode PASM adjustable damper system with normal and sport mode Toe-in +10 ±5 +10 ±5 +10 ±5 +10 ±5 Camber –1°45’ ±15‘ –1°45’ ±15‘ –1°40’ ±15‘ –1°40’ ±15‘ Steering Power steering with electromechanical power assistance Power steering with electromechanical power assistance Power steering with hydraulic power as- sistance Power steering with hydraulic power as- sistance Steering ratio Variable from 15.02:1 centre position to 12.25:1 Variable from 15.02:1 centre position to 12.25:1 Variable from 17.11:1 centre position to 13.76:1 Variable from 17.11:1 centre position to 13.76:1 Steering wheel revolutions from lock to lock 2.56 2.56 2.62 2.62 Steering wheel diameter 370 mm 370 mm 370 mm 370 mm Steering column adjustment Electric horizontal and vertical Electric horizontal and vertical Mechanical horizontal and vertical Mechanical horizontal and vertical Rear-axle steering Rear-axle steering with steering angle adjustment +3/-1.5 degrees Rear-axle steering with steering angle adjustment +3/-1.5 degrees – – Turning circle diameter 10.6 m 10.6 m 10.9 m 10.9 m

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113 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Brakes Dual-circuit brake system hydraulic with vacuum-controlled tandem brake booster in aluminium Dual-circuit brake system hydraulic with vacuum-controlled tandem brake booster in aluminium Dual-circuit brake system hydraulic with vacuum-controlled tandem brake booster in steel Dual-circuit brake system hydraulic with vacuum-controlled tandem brake booster in steel Parking brake Electric using two-way button Electric using two-way button Mechanical using the handbrake lever Mechanical using the handbrake lever ABS ABS 9.0 integrated in PSM ABS 9.0 integrated in PSM ABS 8.0 integrated in PSM ABS 8.0 integrated in PSM Control systems traction/stability PSM Porsche Stability Management vehicle stability system. PSM 9 including ABS ABD ASR EDTC. Pre-flling of brake system brake assist. PSM Porsche Stability Management vehicle stability system. PSM 9 including ABS ABD ASR EDTC. Pre-flling of brake system brake assist. PSM Porsche Stability Management vehicle stability system. PSM 8.0 including ABS ABD ASR EDTC. Pre-flling of brake system brake assist. PSM Porsche Stability Management vehicle stability system. PSM 8.0 including ABS ABD ASR EDTC. Pre-flling of brake system brake assist. Steel brake system Standard: compound brake discs and brake chambers in aluminium. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the rear red brake callipers Not available Standard: brake discs with inte- grated brake chambers in steel. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the rear red brake callipers Not available Brake discs front axle Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Diameter 380 mm 350 mm Thickness 34 mm 34 mm Brake discs rear axle Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Diameter 380 mm 350 mm Thickness 30 mm 28 mm

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114 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Ceramic brake system Optional: Porsche Ceramic Com- posite Brake PCCB. Carbon-fbre-reinforced ceramic compound brake discs with brake chambers made of aluminium forged. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed calli- pers at the rear yellow brake callipers 3 rd generation ceramic brake discs Standard: Porsche Ceramic Com- posite Brake PCCB. Carbon-fbre-reinforced ceramic compound brake discs with brake chambers made of aluminium forged. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed calli- pers at the rear yellow brake callipers 3 rd generation ceramic brake discs Optional: Porsche Ceramic Com- posite Brake PCCB. Carbon-fbre-reinforced ceramic compound brake discs with brake chambers in stainless steel. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed calli- pers at the rear yellow brake callipers 2 nd generation ceramic brake discs Standard: Porsche Ceramic Com- posite Brake PCCB. Carbon-fbre-reinforced ceramic compound brake discs with brake chambers in stainless steel. 6-piston aluminium monobloc fxed cal- lipers at the front and 4-piston aluminium monobloc fxed calli- pers at the rear yellow brake callipers 2 nd generation ceramic brake discs Brake discs front axle Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Diameter 410 mm 410 mm 380 mm 380 mm Thickness 36 mm 36 mm 34 mm 34 mm Brake discs rear axle Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Internally vented and cross-drilled Diameter 390 mm 390 mm 350 mm 350 mm Thickness 32 mm 32 mm 28 mm 28 mm Wheels and tyres Standard 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel 19-inch Turbo II wheel 19-inch RS Spyder wheel Wheel design Forged aluminium two-tone look 5-hole screw connection Forged aluminium two-tone look central locking Forged aluminium two-tone look 5-hole screw connection Forged aluminium silver-coloured central locking Wheels with tyres front 8.5J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 9J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 8.5J x 19 ET 56 with 235/35 ZR 19 tyres 8.5J x 19 ET 56 with 235/35 ZR 19 tyres Wheels with tyres rear 11J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11.5J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11J x 19 ET 51 with 305/30 ZR19 tyres 11J x 19 ET 51 with 305/30 ZR19 tyres

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115 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Option 1 20-inch 911 Turbo S wheel 20-inch 911 Turbo wheel 19-inch RS Spyder wheel 19-inch Turbo II wheel Wheel design Forged aluminium two-tone look central locking Forged aluminium two-tone look 5-hole screw connection Forged aluminium silver-coloured central locking Forged aluminium two-tone look 5-hole screw connection Wheels with tyres front 9J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 8.5J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 8.5J x 19 ET 56 with 235/35 ZR19 tyres 8.5J x 19 ET 56 with 235/35 ZR19 tyres Wheels with tyres rear 11.5J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11J x 19 ET 51 with 305/30 ZR19 tyres 11J x 19 ET 51 with 305/30 ZR19 tyres Option 2 20-inch Sport Classic Rad 20-inch Sport Classic Rad Not available Not available Wheel design Forged aluminium two-tone look central locking Forged aluminium two-tone look central locking Wheels with tyres front 9J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres 9J x 20 ET 51 with 245/35 ZR 20 tyres Wheels with tyres rear 11.5J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres 11.5J x 20 ET 56 with 305/30 ZR 20 tyres Air pressure Partially loaded front/ rear 2.4/3.0 bar 2.4/3.0 bar 2.3/2.7 bar 2.3/2.7 bar Fully loaded front rear 2.6/3.3 bar 2.6/3.3 bar 2.5/3.0 bar 2.5/3.0 bar Comfort air pressure up to 270 km/h Partially loaded front/ rear 2.2/2.5 bar 2.2/2.5 bar Not available Not available Fully loaded front rear 2.3/2.8 bar 2.3/2.8 bar

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116 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Performance Top speed PDK 315 km/h 318 km/h 312 km/h 315 km/h Manual gearbox — — 312 km/h — Acceleration 0–96 km/h 0-60 mph PDK 3.2 sec. with SCP 3.0 sec. with SCP 2.9 sec. 3.4 sec. with SCP 3.2 sec. with SCP 3.1 sec. Manual gearbox — — 3.5 sec. with SCP 3.4 sec. — Acceleration 0–100 km/h PDK 3.4 sec. with SCP 3.2 sec. with SCP 3.1 sec. 3.6 sec. with SCP 3.4 sec. with SCP 3.3 sec. Manual gearbox — — 3.7 sec. with SCP 3.6 sec. — Acceleration 0–160 km/h PDK 7.4 sec. with SCP 7.1 sec. with SCP 6.8 sec. 7.7 sec. with SCP 7.4 sec. with SCP 7.1 sec. Manual gearbox — — 7.8 sec. with SCP 7.7 sec. — Acceleration 0–200 km/h PDK 11.1 sec. with SCP 10.8 sec. with SCP 10.3 sec. 11.6 sec. with SCP 11.3 sec. with SCP 10.8 sec. Manual gearbox — — 11.9 sec. with SCP 11.8 sec. — Acceleration 0–1000 m PDK 20.6 sec. with SCP 20.4 sec. with SCP 20.1 sec. 20.9 sec. with SCP 20.7 sec. with SCP 20.4 sec. Manual gearbox — — 21.1 sec. with SCP 21.0 sec. — Acceleration ¼ mile PDK 11.3 sec. with SCP 11.1 sec. with SCP 10.9 sec. 11.5 sec. with SCP 11.3 sec. with SCP 11.1 sec. Manual gearbox — — 11.7 sec. with SCP 11.6 sec. —

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117 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D In-gear acceleration 80–120 km/h PDK 2.0 sec. with SCP 1.9 sec. with SCP 1.8 sec. 2.1 sec. 2.0 sec. In-gear acceleration 100–200 km/h PDK 7.7 sec. with SCP 7.6 sec. with SCP 7.2 s 7.9 sec. 7.5 sec. Fuel consumption and emissions Emission standards EU USA EU6 LEV II/LEV EU6 LEV II/LEV EU5 LEV II/LEV EU5 LEV II/LEV Urban in l/100 km 1 PDK 13.2 13.2 16.5 16.5 Manual gearbox — — 16.5 — Extra-urban in l/100 km 1 PDK 7.7 7.7 8.1 8.1 Manual gearbox — — 8.3 — Combined in l/100 km 1 PDK 9.7 9.7 11.4 11.4 Manual gearbox — — 11.6 — CO 2 emissions in g/km 1 PDK 227 227 268 268 Manual gearbox — — 272 CO 2 efciency class G G G G PDK US fuel consumption combined in mpg PDK Expected 08/2013 Expected 08/2013 17 17 Manual gearbox — — 16 — Range with PDK Left-hand drive 701 km with 68 l tank 701 km with 68 l tank 588 km with 67 l tank 588 km with 67 l tank Right-hand drive 701 km with 68 l tank 701 km with 68 l tank 579 km with 66 l tank 579 km with 66 l tank 1 The data was determined using the Euro 5 measuring method 715/2007/EC 692/2008/EC 566/2011/EC and ECE-R 101 in the NEDC New Euro- pean Driving Cycle. The information does not refer to an individual vehicle and does not form part of the product ofer but serves solely to permit comparison of the diferent vehicle types. Fuel consumption determined on the basis of standard equipment. Optional equipment can infuence fuel consumption and performance. The fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions of a vehicle are not only dependant on the efcient use of fuel by the vehicle but are also infuenced by driving behaviour and other non-technical factors. The current Porsche models with petrol engines are designed for fuels with an ethanol content of up to 10. Further information on individual vehicles is available from your Porsche Centre/dealer.

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118 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Weights Unladen weight 2 DIN PDK 1595 kg 1605 kg 1595 kg 1585 kg Manual gearbox — — 1570 kg — Unladen weight EG DIN + driver/luggage 75 kg PDK 1670 kg 1680 kg 1670 kg 1660 kg Manual gearbox — — 1645 kg — Permissible gross weight PDK 1990 kg 1990 kg 1960 kg 1950 kg Manual gearbox — — 1935 kg — Max. payload PDK 395 kg 385 kg 365 kg 365 kg Manual gearbox — — 365 kg — Max. permissible roof load with original Porsche roof transport system 75 kg 75 kg 75 kg 75 kg Permissible axle load front/rear PDK 800/1220 kg 800/1220 kg 825/1200 kg 825/1200 kg Weight distribution front/rear PDK 39/61 39/61 39/61 39/61 Manual gearbox — — 39/61 — 2 Based on version of 80/1268/EEC valid at time of printing

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119 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Dimensions and aerodynamics Length RdW 4506 mm 4506 mm 4450 mm 4450 mm USA 4506 mm 4506 mm 4477 mm 4477 mm Width Without exterior mirrors 1880 mm 1880 mm 1852 mm 1852 mm With exterior mirrors 1978 mm 1978 mm 1952 mm 1952 mm Front wing 1795 mm 1795 mm 1734 mm 1734 mm Height 1296 mm 1296 mm 1300 mm 1300 mm Wheelbase 2450 mm 2450 mm 2350 mm 2350 mm Track width Front 1541 mm 1539 mm 1490 mm 1490 mm Rear 1590 mm 1590 mm 1548 mm 1548 mm Ground clearance 116 mm 116 mm 115 mm 115 mm Lower body measurement point for determining ground clearance Underbody panelling front mid-front axle Underbody panelling front mid-front axle Underbody panelling front mid-front axle Underbody panelling front mid-front axle Approach/departure angle Front 10.3°/67° start/performance position 10.3°/67° start/performance position 7.8° 103° without front spoiler lip 7.8° 10.3° without front spoiler lip Rear 15.4° 15.4° 13.0° 13.0° Ramp breakover angle 121° 121° 12.8° 12.8° Drag coefcient c d 031/0.34 start/performance position 031/034 start/performance position 0.31 0.31 Frontal area A 2.07 m 2 2.07 m 2 2.05 m 2 2.05 m 2 Drag c d x A 0.642/0.704 start/performance position 0.642/0704 start/performance position 0.64 0.64

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120 911 Turbo 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo S 991 – MJ 14 911 Turbo 997 II – MJ D 911 Turbo S 997 II – MJ D Interior dimensions and volumes Headroom front 3 1005 mm without sliding roof 1018 mm with sliding roof 1005 mm without sliding roof 1018 mm with sliding roof 1002 mm without sliding roof 1003 mm with sliding roof 1002 mm without sliding roof 1003 mm with sliding roof Luggage compartment volume Front 115 l 115 l 105 l 105 l Rear with rear seat backrests folded down 260 l 260 l 190 l 190 l measuring method V211-1 V211-1 V212 V212 Tank capacity Left-hand drive 68 l 68 l 67 l 67 l Right-hand drive 68 l 68 l 66 l 66 l Reserve capacity 12 l 12 l 12 l 12 l 3 Lowest seat position to the roof with sliding roof: measurement point in the cutout of the sliding roof

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121 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG 911 Turbo • Active all-wheel drive SLS AMG: rear wheel drive • Low vehicle weight −100 kg • Higher max. payload +155 kg • PASM standard • SPORT button standard 911 Turbo S • Active all-wheel drive SLS AMG: rear wheel drive • Low vehicle weight −90 kg • Higher max. payload +145 kg • PASM standard • Sport Chrono Package standard Ferrari 458 Italia 911 Turbo • Active all-wheel drive 458 Italia: rear wheel drive • Higher max. payload +95 kg • Signifcantly lower fuel consumption −27 • Signifcantly smaller turning circle −1.9 m • More extensive individual options 911 Turbo S • Active all-wheel drive 458 Italia: rear wheel drive • Higher max. payload +85 kg • Signifcantly lower fuel consumption −27 • Signifcantly smaller turning circle −1.9 m • More extensive individual options Audi R8 V10 Plus 911 Turbo • Signifcantly higher torque +170 Nm • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Lower vehicle weight −50 kg • SPORT button standard • More extensive individual options 911 Turbo S • Signifcantly higher torque +210 Nm • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Higher max. payload +160 kg • Sport Chrono Package standard • More extensive individual options 16 The 911 Turbo models in comparison with their competitors 16.1 Best in Class 911 Turbo/S • Best driving performance 0–100 km/h 911 Turbo: 3.2 seconds/911 Turbo S: 3.1 seconds • Lowest fuel consumption 9.7 l/100 km • Lowest CO 2 emissions 227 g/km • Emission classifcation EU6 • Highest max. torque 911 Turbo: 710 Nm/911 Turbo S: 750 Nm • Active aerodynamics PAA for efciency performance and day-to-day usability • Rear-axle steering for agility performance and day-to-day usability • Turbocharging with variable turbine geometry VTG 16.2 Another top 5 advantages in the competitor comparison

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122 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 911 Turbo • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Signifcantly lower fuel consumption −29 • Higher max. payload +170 kg • Smaller turning circle −0.9 m • More extensive individual options 911 Turbo S • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Signifcantly lower fuel consumption −29 • Higher max. payload +160 kg • Smaller turning circle −0.9 m • More extensive individual options McLaren MP4 12C 911 Turbo • Active all-wheel drive MP4 12C: rear wheel drive • Front wheels bigger 20-inch instead of 19-inch • SPORT button standard • High-quality audio system Bose opt. Burmester • More extensive individual options 911 Turbo S • Active all-wheel drive MP4 12C: rear wheel drive • Front wheels bigger 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Sport Chrono Package standard • High-quality audio system Bose opt. Burmester • More extensive individual options BMW M6 911 Turbo • Signifcantly better driving performance 3.2 seconds vs. 4.2 seconds • Higher top speed +65 km/h • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Signifcantly lower vehicle weight −330 kg • Compact vehicle dimensions length −0.4 m 911 Turbo S • Signifcantly better driving performance 3.1 seconds vs. 4.2 seconds • Higher top speed +68 km/h • Bigger wheels 20-inch instead of 19-inch • Signifcantly lower vehicle weight −320 kg • Compact vehicle dimensions length −0.4 m

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123 16.3 Competitor overview – attributes Engine With the lowest fuel consumption 9.7 l/100 km and the lowest CO 2 emissions 227 g/km amongst the competition the new 911 Turbo models are best in class. This demonstrates not only the high efciency of new 911 Turbo models but also their overall design boasts an impressive combina- tion of economy and performance with the best acceleration values for 0–100 km/h 3.2 and 3.1 seconds. Also contributing to high performance and efciency are the camshaft control and valve lift adjustment the enhanced Auto Start-Stop function the virtual gears and coasting. The highest torque values and the turbo- charger with variable turbine geometry are also unrivalled. They aford the new 911 Turbo models good responsiveness and excellent in-gear acceleration. Another unique selling point is the clas- sic 6-cylinder fat engine in the rear. This design allows low weight and very smooth running as well as high traction and a low centre of gravity for great driving dynamics. Power transmission The extremely short and precise gear changes of the standard 7-gear Por - sche Doppelkupplung PDK guarantee fast and seamless gear changes. Further if required the PDK ofers comfort-oriented gear changes with a high level of day-to-day usability. The all-wheel drive PTM with map- controlled multi-plate clutch in combina- tion with Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus PTV Plus including the electronically controlled rear diferential lock ensures high traction with high driving stability as well as agile performance-oriented handing. Unique amongst the competi- tion: the SPORT button as standard as well as the Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mounting as standard on the 911 Turbo S. These features increase the driving perfor - mance of the new 911 Turbo models to provide even more driving pleasure and emotionality. 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Engine Fuel consumption l/100 km 9.7 9.7 13.2 13.3 12.9 13.7 11.7 9.9 USP CO 2 emissions g/km 227 227 308 307 299 325 279 232 USP Torque Nm with overboost 710 750 650 540 540 540 600 680 USP Acceleration 0-100 km/h 3.2 SC Package 3.1 3.8 3.4 3.5 3.7 3.4 4.2 USP Turbocharger with variable turbine geometry S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. USP Camshaft control with valve lift adjustment S S Camshaft control S Camshaft control Camshaft control n.a. n.a. ++ Type/cylinders B6 B6 V8 V8 V10 V10 V8 V8 ++ Auto Start-Stop S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. S + “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Power transmission 7-speed double clutch transmission S S S S S n.a. S S + All-wheel drive S S n.a. n.a. S S n.a. S + Rear differential lock S S S S S S n.a. S + SPORT button S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. USP Sport Chrono Package including dynamic engine mountings O S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. USP “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor

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124 Chassis The chassis of the new 911 Turbo models ofers not only impressive driv- ing stability but also excellent agility extraordinary performance potential and high day-to-day usability. While boasting the smallest turning cir- cle at just 10.6 m the rear-axle steer- ing is unique amongst the competition and opens up new dimensions in terms of driving stability and agility. The adjustable damper system com- bines high driving comfort with the option of choosing a sporty-dynamic chassis tuning. The new anti-roll stabi- lisation system PDCC is standard on the new 911 Turbo S models ofering high steering precision and high corner- ing speeds along with increased agility and driving stability. The large 20-inch wheels and wide tyres provide intensive road contact while enabling implementation of the high performance potential of the new 911 Turbo models with exceptional transverse and longitudinal acceleration potential. Standard on the 911 Turbo S models the ceramic brake system PCCB not only reduces vehicle weight espe- cially the unsprung masses but also increases the braking performance and enhances the driving performance particularly when the road surface is uneven. 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Chassis Rear-axle steering S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. USP Turning circle 10.6 10.6 11.9 12.5 11.8 11.5 11.9 12.1 USP Adjustable damper system S S S Manettino S n.a. S S + Anti-roll stabilisation O S n.a. Manettino n.a. n.a. S n.a. ++ 20-inch wheels S S 19/20-inch S n.a. n.a. 19/20-inch + + Ceramic brake system O S O S S O O O + “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor

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125 Exterior The active aerodynamics PAA with variable front spoiler and wing ele - ment that can be extended and tilted in multiple stages constitute an absolute unique selling point of the new 911 Turbo models. The PAA unites high dayto- day usability with large approach angles energy efciency with low fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions and dynamic driving performance with high downforce values on the front and rear axles. The Bi-Xenon headlights are standard on the new 911 Turbo and can be counted on to illuminate the road under all lighting conditions. The LED head- lights including PDLS+ are standard on the new 911 Turbo S and optional on the 911 Turbo. Their advantage is lower energy consumption and a colour spectrum similar to daylight for fatiguefree driving. In addition PDLS+ and the dynamic high beam improve road illumination. The driving light assistant ofers not only switch-on and low beam automa- tion but also a welcome home func - tion for increasing driving safety and comfort. 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Exterior Active aerodynamics with variable front spoiler and wing element S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. USP Lightweight body S S S S S S S S 0 Bi-Xenon headlights S n.a. S S n.a. S S n.a. 0 LED main headlights O S n.a. S S n.a. n.a. S 0 Driving light assistant S S S n.a. n.a. S n.a. n.a. + “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor

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126 Interior The interior of the new 911 Turbo mod - els includes comprehensive standard equipment with sporty comfortable elements that in some instances are not ofered by the competition. The fully electric sports seats with memory package standard for 911 Turbo the adaptive sports seats with memory package standard for 911 Turbo S and the optional sports bucket seats ofer an unrivalled seating experience. The optional heated seats ventilated seats heated steering wheel and a multi-function steering wheel raise the comfort level another notch. Standard equipment on the new 911 Turbo models the SportDesign steering wheel ofers not only an attractive steer- ing wheel design but also the option of sporty manual gear changes using the shift paddles. Rounding of the interior are a great many personalisation op- tions including carbon aluminium and Alcantara equipment packages. 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Interior Fully electric sports seats 14-way with memory package S w n.a. n.a. n.a. O n.a. ++ Adaptive sports seats 18-way with memory package O S n.a. O n.a. O n.a. O ++ Sports bucket seats O O O O S O O n.a. + Seat ventilation O O n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. O + Multi-function steering wheel w w n.a. S S n.a. n.a. n.a. + Steering wheel with shift paddles S S S S S S S S + Electrical steering wheel adjustment S S S n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. S + Heated steering wheel O O n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. O + Carbon interior package O O O O n.a. O O n.a. + Aluminium interior package O O n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. O + Alcantara interior O O n.a. O n.a. O n.a. n.a. + “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor

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127 Electrics audio communication The 911 Turbo models are equipped with the rear ParkAssist 911 Turbo and the front and rear ParkAssist 911 Turbo S as standard. The ParkAssist option with reversing camera ofers an additional increase in day-to-day usability. A multifunction display in the instru - ment cluster provides the driver with comprehensive information. The audio and communication system can be indi- vidually controlled via the PCM’s sensi- tive touchscreen. Other options such as adaptive cruise control and the speed limit display increase driving safety and comfort in day-to-day road trafc. With the standard BOSE Surround Sound System and the optional Burm- ester High-End Surround Sound System the new 911 Turbo models ofer a comprehensive and attractive audio system for even the most sophis - ticated listener. 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S Mercedes Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 McLaren MP4 12C BMW M6 Result Electrics audio communication ParkAssist rear S n.a. n.a. O n.a. n.a. O n.a. ++ ParkAssist front and rear O S S O O n.a. O O ++ ParkAssist f/r including reversing camera O O O O O n.a. n.a. O + Adaptive cruise control O O n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a. ++ Speed limit display O O n.a. n.a. n.a. S n.a. n.a. + Audio system including navigation module S S S O S O O O + Multi-function display S S S S n.a. S S n.a. + Surround Sound System S S S n.a. n.a. S n.a. S + High-End Surround Sound System O O O O O n.a. n.a. O + “S” standard “O” optional “n.a.” not available “USP” unique selling point “+” better than at least one competitor

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128 16.4 Cost of ownership Engine Type/cylinders B6 B6 V8 V8 V10 V10 V8 V8 Displacement cc 3800 3800 6208 4499 5204 5204 3799 4395 Output kW hp 383 520 412 560 420 571 419 570 404 550 412 560 460 625 412 560 At engine speed rpm 6000 – 6500 6500 – 6750 6800 9000 8000 8000 7000 6000 – 7000 Torque Nm 660 700 650 540 540 540 600 680 At engine speed rpm 1950 – 5000 2100 – 4250 4750 6000 6500 6500 3000 – 7000 1500 – 5750 Max. torque with overboost Nm 710 750 ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- At engine speed rpm 2100 – 4250 2200 – 4000 ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- Power output per litre hp/l 136.8 147.4 92 127 105.6 108 165 127.4 Power-to-weight ratio as per DIN kg/hp 3.1 kg/hp 2.9 kg/hp 2.96 2.42 2.9 2.51 2.29 3.43 Start/Stop function Yes Yes No No No No No Yes Power transmission Transmission Double-clutch transmission PDK 7 gears Double-clutch transmission PDK 7 gears Double-clutch transmission AMG SPEEDSHIFT 7 gears Double-clutch transmission F1 transmission 7 gears Double-clutch transmission S tronic 7 gears E-gear 6 gears Double-clutch transmission SSG with Pre-Cog 7 gears Double-clutch transmission M Drivelogic 7 gears Drive All-wheel drive All-wheel drive Rear wheel drive Rear wheel drive All-wheel drive All-wheel drive Rear wheel drive All-wheel drive Rear differential lock S electronically controlled S electronically controlled S S S S S S Performance Acceleration 0-100 km/h sec. 3.2 SC Package 3.1 3.8 3.4 3.5 3.7 3.4 4.2 Top speed km/h 315 318 317 325 317 325 330 250 Fuel consumption and emission values Fuel consumption EU urban l/100 km 13.2 13.2 19.9 19.7 ECE 19.9 20.7 18.5 14 Fuel consumption EU extra-urban l/100 km 7.7 7.7 9.3 9.7 ECE 8.6 9.6 7.8 7.6 Fuel consumption EU total l/100 km 9.7 9.7 13.2 13.3 12.9 13.7 11.7 9.9 CO 2 emissions g/km 227 227 308 307 299 325 279 232 Range km 701 701 644 647 581 657 615 808 Emission classification EU6 EU6 EU5 EU5 EU5 EU5 EU5 EU5 Energy efficiency class G G G G G G G F Wheels Wheels Front 8.5 J x 20 9 J x 20 9.5 J x 19 8.5 J x 20 8.5 J x 19 8.5 J x 19 8.5 J x 19 9.5 J x 19 Rear 11 J x 20 11.5 J x 20 11 J x 20 10.5 J x 20 11 J x 19 11 J x 19 11 J x 20 10.5 J x 19 Tyres Front 245/35 ZR 20 245/35 ZR 20 265/35 R 19 235/35 ZR 20 235/35 R 19 235/35 ZR 19 235/35 R 19 265/40 ZR 19 Rear 305/30 ZR 20 305/30 ZR 20 295/30 R 20 295/35 ZR 20 295/30 R 19 295/30 ZR 19 305/30 R 20 295/35 ZR 19 Dimensions and weights Length mm 4506 4506 4683 4527 4400 4345 4509 4898 Width mm 1880 1880 2078 1937 1904 1900 1908 1899 Height mm 1296 1296 1262 1213 1252 1165 1199 1374 Wheelbase mm 2450 2450 2680 2650 2650 2560 2670 2851 Track width front/rear mm 1541/1590 1539/1590 1682/1651 1656 / 1583 1638/1595 1632 / 1597 1656 / 1583 1631 / 1612 Turning circle m 10.6 10.6 11.9 12.5 11.8 11.5 11.9 12.1 Unladen weight DIN kg 1595 1605 1695 1380 1645 1410 1434 1925 Payload DIN kg 395 385 240 300 225 225 256 500 Tank capacity l 68 68 85 86 75 90 72 80 Luggage compartment volume front/rear l 115/260 115/260 176 230 100 110 230 460 S standard Unit 991 Turbo 991 Turbo S BMW M6 Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Ferrari 458 Italia Audi R8 V10 Plus McLaren MP4 12C

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129 1 7 V - nu mb e r s a n d country-specifc items Objective of the overview: The following pages outline how the 911 Turbo Coupé models difer from the EU- base model for each individual C-option e.g. C02 USA Puerto Rico in the form of a table. The table indicates if the respective option is ofered in the C-No. markets and whether the options are ofered as country-specifc equipment C-option or as distribution- dedicated optional equip- ment V-option. Moreover there are highlighted signifcant diferences and deviations to the product substance. The table above e.g. shows that for the C-option CO2… 1. ... LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus Code: 602 are only listed as standard equipment for the 911 Turbo S Coupé. 2. … the exhaust concept LEV 2 Code: 162 is ofered as country- specifc C-Option for the 911 Turbo Coupé models. 3. … German dressing material Code: 1T1 is ofered as optional on special customer request. 4. ... the mobile-phone preparation Code: 619 is ofered as country- specifc V-option for the 911 Turbo Coupé models. 5. ... the TV-Tuner Code: 676 is not of - fered unlike the EU-base model. 6. ... Online Services Code: UN1 is only ofered as optional in Puerto Rico. 7. ... the navigation software for North America Code: 615 is ofered as standard equipment for the 911 Turbo Coupé models. 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment w no cost option • standard • Option n.a. not available 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Ausstattung C02 – USA Puerto Rico 602 LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus • • S Turbo S 162 Exhaust concept LEV 2 • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 676 TV-Tuner – – n.a. UN1 Online Services • • n.a. only for Puerto Rico 615 Navigation software for North America • • S Example of how to read the table:

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130 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C02 – USA Puerto Rico 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 263 Exterior mirrors plane left side • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 602 LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus with high beam assist • • S Turbo S 912 Deletion of model designation • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows – – O only for Puerto Rico XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request – – O only for Puerto Rico 162 Exhaust concept LEV 2 • • C 171 Acoustics package USA • • C 664 Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery • • C 787 Auto-start/stop last mode • • C 447 Spare wheel – – O only for Virgin Islands 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 388 Sport bucket seat left side – – n.a. 389 Sport bucket seat right side – – n.a. 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 560 Advanced Airbag incl. knee airbag • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 648 Electrical steering column adjustment without electrical locking • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V 899 ISOFIX child seat mounting-points on front passenger seat – – n.a. 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 676 TV-Tuner – – n.a.

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131 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 690 SiriusXM ® Satellite Radio Receiver and HD Radio ® Receiver • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – O only for USA 610 Navigation software for Europe • • O 615 Navigation software for North America • • S C05 – France Algeria 1 Andorra 1 French Guyana French Polynesia 1 Guadeloupe 1 Marocco 1 Martinique 1 Monaco New Caledonia 1 Reunion 1 Tunesia 1 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 636 ParkAssist front and rear • • S Turbo only for Algeria Marocco Tunesia only i.c.w. Code 859 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • O only for Algeria French Polynesia Marocco New Cal- edonia Tunesia 859 Additional measures for engine cooling • • O only for Algeria Marocco Tunesia only i.c.w. Code 636 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Tunesia 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator • • O only for Andorra France Monaco 760 Without preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • O ordering con- straint all but France 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S only for France 691 Digital Radio • • O only for France UN1 Online Services • • O only for Andorra France Monaco

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132 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C07 – Italy 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S C08/18 – Japan 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 209 License plate bracketfront version I • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 466 Rear fog lamp right side • • C 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C 780 LED daytime running light disabled • • C 781 LED daytime running light and limiting light • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 639 Sport Chrono Paket i.c.w. CDR • • O Turbo 483 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 315 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 536 Alert siren • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz – – n.a. 608 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 433 MHz – – n.a. 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C

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133 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 619 Mobile-phone preparation – – n.a. 641 Electronic logbook – – n.a. 666 Telephone module – – n.a. 669 Wireless active handset for telephone module – – n.a. 671 Voice Control – – n.a. 672 Porsche Communication Management with extended navigation Ofroad – – n.a. 675 Preparation navigation for Japan • • V 676 TV-Tuner – – n.a. 682 Burmester ® High-End Surround Sound-System – – n.a. 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. 693 Six-disc CD/DVD autochanger – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. Extended warranty • • V C09 – Sweden Iceland 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 691 Digital Radio • • O only for Sweden UN1 Online Services • • O only for Sweden C10 – Switzerland Liechtenstein 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 211 License plate bracketfront version lll silent I-option only on special customer request – – n.a. 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 691 Digital Radio – – O only for Switzerland 744 Extended warranty Swiss Package • • O C11 – Austria Croatia Montenegro Romania Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Czechia Hungary 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O

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134 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 631 Speed limit indicator • • n.a. only for Montenegro Serbia 691 Digital Radio • • O only for Austria Czechia Hungary UN1 Online Services • • n.a. only for Montenegro Serbia Croatia C12 – Denmark 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S C13 – Finland Estonia Latvia Lithuania 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 211 License plate bracketfront version lll silent I-option only on special customer request • • O only for Estonia Lithuania Latvia 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator • • O only for Finland 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. C14 – Cambodia Laos Philippines 1 Taiwan Vietnam 1 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 263 Exterior mirrors plane left side • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • O only for Vietnam Philippines 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • O only for Philippines

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135 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Philippines 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 523 Engine immobiliser with central locking 434 MHz • • O ordering constraint for Philippines 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 434 Job instruction for overseas vehicles • • C 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C15 – Brunei 1 Indonesia 1 Malaysia Sri Lanka 1 Thailand 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows • • O only for Indonesia Thailand XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request • • O only for Indonesia Thailand 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • O only for Sri Lanka 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S

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136 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only forThailand Sri Lanka 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C16 – Great Britain Ireland Mauritius 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C 444 Wheel bolts Turbo S only with 911 Turbo III wheel Code: 429 • • C Turbo 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator • • n.a. only for Mauritius 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O UN1 Online Services • • n.a. only for Mauritius C17 – Hongkong 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C

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137 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo S Turbo S 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows – – n.a. XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request – – n.a. 483 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 315 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 536 Alert siren • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • O 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 666 Telephone module • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. 693 Six-disc CD/DVD autochanger • • V UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C19 – Luxembourg 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. C20 – Netherlands 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S

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138 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C21 – Norway 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C C22 – Belgium 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C C23 – Australia New Zealand 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 425 Rear wiper • • V 426 Deletion rear wiper • • O 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C 625 Porsche Entry Drive • • V 636 ParkAssist front and rear • • V Turbo 912 Deletion of model designation • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 342 Seat heating • • V 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 844 Multifunktionslenkrad • • S EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a.

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139 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 899 ISOFIX child seat mounting-points on front passenger seat – – n.a. 666 Telephone module • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. 693 Six-disc CD/DVD autochanger • • V Turbo 613 Navigation software for Australien • • S Extended warranty • • V C26 – South Africa Namibia 1 Swaziland 1 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM6 Fuel market C • • C 160 Exhaust concept EU4 without EOBD • • n.a. only for South Africa 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Namibia Swaziland 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 760 Without preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services • • O only for South Africa 611 Navigation software for South Africa • • S

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140 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C27 – Spain Portugal 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 760 Without preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • O 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S 691 Digital Radio – – O only for Spain C28 – Greece 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. C29 – Turkey SM6 Fuel market C • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 611 Navigation software for South Africa • • S C32 – Abu Dhabi Egypt 1 Angola 1 Bahrain Dubai Ghana 1 Iraq 1 Iran 1 Yemen 1 Jordan 1 Qatar Kuwait Lebanon 1 Nigeria 1 Oman Saudi-Arabia Syria 1 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 211 License plate bracketfront version lll silent I-option only on special customer request • • O 263 Exterior mirrors plane left side • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 636 ParkAssist front and rear • • S Turbo 651 Electric slide/tilt sunroof • • V 912 Deletion of model designation • • C SM6 Fuel market C • • C

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141 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows • • n.a. only for Oman Qatar Yemen Saudi Arabia XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request • • n.a. only for Oman Qatar Yemen Saudi Arabia 160 Exhaust concept EU4 without EOBD • • C 859 Additional measures for engine cooling • • C 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Iran Iraq Ghana Libya Syria 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. XSC Porsche Crest on headrest • • V 666 Telephone module • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 612 Navigation software for Middle East • • S C33 – China 748 Exterior mirrors electrically retractable with memory function • w V Turbo 425 Rear wiper • • V 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 602 LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus • • O Turbo available 08/2013 625 Porsche Entry Drive • • V 636 ParkAssist front and rear • • V Turbo 653 Electric sunroof in glass • • V SM6 Fuel market C • • C 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 658 Power Steering Plus • • V

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142 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 446 Wheel center caps with colored Porsche Crest Turbo S only with 911 Turbo III wheel Code: 429 • w V Turbo W Turbo S 483 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 315 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • V 342 Seat heating • • S 388 Sport bucket seat left side – – n.a. 389 Sport bucket seat right side – – n.a. 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo S Turbo S 541 Seat ventilation • • V 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • O 630 Light-design package • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V 641 Electronic logbook – – n.a. 666 Telephone module • • V 671 Voice Control – – n.a. 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. 693 Six-disc CD/DVD autochanger • • V UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 617 Navigation software for China • • S 900 Factory collection Zufenhausen – – n.a. S9Y Factory collection incl. dynamic driving instruction – – n.a. Extended warranty • • V C34 – Mexico 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo SM6 Fuel market C • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a.

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143 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 648 Electrical steering column adjustment without electrical locking • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 615 Navigation software for North America • • S C35 – Argentinia Bolivia Chile Costa Rica 1 Curacao 1 Dom. Rep. 1 Ecuador 1 El Salvador 1 Guatemala 1 Haiti 1 Honduras Columbia 1 Nicaragua 1 Panama 1 Paraguay 1 Peru 1 St. Maarten 1 St. Martin 1 Uruguay 1 Venezuela 1 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo SM6 Fuel market C • • C 160 Exhaust concept EU4 without EOBD • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • O only for Argen - tinia 165 Exhaust concept EU5 • • O only for Chile 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Argen - tinia 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 615 Navigationssoftware für Nordamerika • • S 77J Navigation software for Argentinia • • O only for Argentinia 77K Navigation software for Chile • • O only for Chile

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144 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C36 – Canada 211 License plate bracketfront version lll silent I-option only on special customer request – – n.a. 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 263 Exterior mirrors plane left side • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 602 LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus with high beam assist • • S Turbo S 912 Deletion of model designation • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows – – n.a. XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request – – n.a. 162 Exhaust concept LEV 2 • • C 171 Acoustics package USA • • C 664 Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery • • C 787 Auto-start/stop last mode • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 388 Sport bucket seat left side – – n.a. 389 Sport bucket seat right side – – n.a. 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 560 Advanced Airbag incl. knee airbag • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 648 Electrical steering column adjustment without electrical locking • • C 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V 899 ISOFIX child seat mounting-points on front passenger seat – – n.a. 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 676 TV-Tuner – – n.a. 690 SiriusXM ® Satellite Radio Receiver and HD Radio ® Receiver • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. 610 Navigation software for Europe • • O 615 Navigation software for North America • • S

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145 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C37 – Brazil 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo SM7 Fuel market D • • C 167 Exhaust concept EU4 ethanol • • C 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz w w w 608 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 433 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 760 Without preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S 810 Floor mats • • V 525 Engine immobiliser with central locking 315 MHz • • C 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 615 Navigation software for North America • • S C38 – Russia SM5 Fuel market B • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 342 Seat heating • • V 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • V 810 Floor mats • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 616 Navigation software for Russia • • S

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146 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment C39 – South Korea 1 602 LED-Headlights incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System Plus PDLS Plus with high beam assist • • O Turbo 164 Exhaust concept ULEV 2 • • C 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 664 Onboard Refueling Vapor Recovery • • C 787 Auto-start/stop last mode • • C 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 524 Engine immobiliser with central locking 433 MHz • • C 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C45 – Singapore 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 210 License plate bracketfront version II • • C 748 Exterior mirrors electrically retractable with memory function • w V Turbo 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM5 Fuel market B • • C 172 Acoustics package PAP China Korea • • C 483 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 315 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 583 Smoking package • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a.

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147 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a. 810 Floor mat • • V 844 Multifunction steering wheel • • S XSC Porsche Crest on headrest • • V EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C46 – India Kenya 1 Pakistan 1 Tanzania 218 License plate bracketfront version lV • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM6 Fuel market C • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows • • n.a. only for India XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request • • n.a. only for India 160 Exhaust concept EU4 without EOBD • • O only for Tanzania 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 447 Spare wheel • • V 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • V 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 456 Adaptive cruise control • • O only for Pakistan 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS – – n.a.

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148 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 810 Fußmatten • • V EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a. 614 Navigation software for Asia/Pacifc • • S C96 – Bahamas Barbados 1 Cayman Island 1 Jamaica St. Lucia 1 Trinidad 1 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 567 Windscreen with grey top-tint • • V Turbo 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM6 Fuel market C • • C 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • C 444 Wheel center caps with colored Porsche Crest Turbo S only with 911 Turbo III wheel Code: 429 • • C Turbo 447 Spare wheel • • O 482 Tire pressure monitoring TPM 433 MHz • • S 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 454 Cruise control • • V Turbo 536 Alert siren • • C 607 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 315 MHz • • O 608 HomeLink ® Garage-door opener 433 MHz • • V 631 Speed limit indicator – – n.a. 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. 810 Floor mats • • V EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 619 Mobile-phone preparation • • V 691 Digital Radio – – n.a. UN1 Online Services – – n.a.

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149 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 610 Navigation software for Europe • • S C98 – Malta 1 Mauritius Cyprus 070 Protection for pedestrians • • C 264 Exterior mirror glass convex left side • • C 285 Exterior mirror glass convex right side • • C 426 Deletion rear wiper • • S 492 Headlamps for left-hand trafc • • C SM6 Fuel market C • • C 444 Wheel bolts Turbo S only with 911 Turbo III wheel Code: 429 • • C Turbo 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 025 Instrument dials stop watch in black • • S 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Mauritius 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator • • O only for Malta 656 Electrical steering column adjustment with electrical locking – – n.a. EFA Pedals and footrest in aluminium – – n.a. XXV Pedals in aluminium • • O 691 Digital Radio • • O only for Malta UN1 Online Services • • O only for Malta Cyprus C99 – Armenia 1 Azerbaijan 1 Bosn.-Herzegovina Bulgaria Georgia 1 Israel 1 Kazakhstan 1 Moldavia Poland Ukraine Belarus 070 Protection for pedestrians • • O only for Poland Bulgaria SM6 Fuel market C • • C XPL Privacy glacing rear and back windows • • n.a. only for Azerbaijan XPR Privacy glacing for rear window silent I-Option only on special customer request • • n.a. only for Azerbaijan

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150 1 no digital data available V distribution-dedicated I-option. C country-specifc equipment O country-specifc option S country-specifc standard equipment n.a. not available • Standard equipment • Optional equipment w Without extra charge 911 Turbo Coupé 911 Turbo S Coupé Code Equipment 160 Exhaust concept EU4 without EOBD • • O only for Moldavia Belarus 161 Exhaust concept EU4 with EOBD • • O only for Azerbai - jan Kazakhstan Armenia Ukraine Georgia 447 Spare wheel • • O 1T1 German dressing material silent I-option on special customer request • • O 456 Adaptive cruise control • • n.a. only for Georgia 536 Alert siren • • C 631 Speed limit indicator • • O only for Bulgaria Poland 674 Preparation for Porsche Vehicle Tracking System PVTS • • S 691 Digital Radio • • O only for Poland UN1 Online Services • • O only for Bulgaria Poland 616 Navigation software for Russia • • O only for Belarus

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151 Legal notice For internal use only. This training material is solely for internal use within the Porsche sales organisation. Note: All information contained here refects the state of the knowledge as of April 2013. Until the launch of the new 911 Turbo MY 14 we reserve the right to make changes to the design technical data pricing equipment and scope of delivery. The basis for the descriptions is the EU model. Details and product features may vary from one national market to another up to the market launch and throughout the service life of the vehicle. As of April 2013 © Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft Department VN3/Sales Network Qualifcation Porscheplatz 1 D-70435 Stuttgart Subject to change. Errors excepted.

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