|911 Turbo (997)|
|2006 - 2009|
|3.6L Turbo Flat-6|
|480 bhp @ 6750 rpm|
|460 lb·ft @ 3372 rpm|
|193 mph (311 km/h)|
|1585 kg (3494 lbs)|
The Porsche 911 Turbo (997) is the successor to the 996 Turbo and an high-performance all-wheel drive variation of the Porsche 997. It is the world's first car to utilise VGT, which is an abbreviation for variable-geometry turbochargers. In 2009, the 911 Turbo received a facelift.
Need for Speed: CarbonEdit
It is only featured in the EA Downloader version of the game. Xbox 360 players may obtain the car by purchasing the Exotic Car Kit Bundle.
The Porsche 911 Turbo is comparable with the Lamborghini Gallardo. Both have the same standard top speed, although the 911 Turbo is a quicker car in terms of acceleration and handling, which is its best trait.
Need for Speed: ProStreetEdit
The Porsche 911 Turbo in Need for Speed: ProStreet appears as a Tier 3 car for $122,000. It is unlocked upon the player winning the Showdown: Autopolis race day.
In comparison with the 997 GT2, which is also ranked as a Tier 3 car, the 911 Turbo has a lower top speed, but it is more stable and has more responsive handling. It has a faster 0-60 mph time, but also has a worse 0-100 mph time than the GT2.
Need for Speed: UndercoverEdit
In Need for Speed: Undercover, the Porsche 911 Turbo appears as a Tier 2. Players can unlock it upon completing the Job event "Rematch" and purchase it for $218,000.
It is capable of reaching a top speed of 225 mph (363 km/h). The 997 Turbo has the second highest top speed, as the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is faster. However, it also has a weak acceleration.
Need for Speed: WorldEdit
The 911 Turbo is the slowest Porsche 911 in the game. It is not as agile as its sister models nor accelerates as quick as them. Its nitrous boost doesn't stand out as well. The 911 Turbo does have a decent acceleration when compared to Class C and Class B cars. With Gromlen race tuned parts, it can reach a top speed of 205 mph (331 km/h).
The major disadvantage of the car is its steering, because of suffering from understeer. Players may find the Nissan GT-R to be more useful in races.
|The Glacier style is a art director car that can be purchased for 425,000. It was made available on September 28th, 2010.
It was made available as a regular non-rental car from February 5th, 2015 to February 11th, 2015 for players that completed two races on Hastings to celebrate 3 million likes for the official Need for Speed: World Facebook page.
On May 7st, 2015, it was made available for purchase with ingame cash as part of the End of the World event, and replaced its previous lease price of 150.
|The Rose style is an NFS Classic priced at 637,500 and was released on September 6th, 2011. It is based on Rose Largo's Porsche 911 GT2 (997) featured in Need for Speed: Undercover.
On May 7th, 2015, it was made available for purchase with ingame cash as part of the End of the World event, and replaced its previous price of 3200.
|The Snowflake style is a holiday themed car that costs 3200. It was released on December 16th, 2010 as a top-up gift during the Winter Holiday event. It is equipped with a snowflake particle trail emitting from the vehicle's rear.
Federal Sport CruiserEdit
The Porsche 911 Turbo is used by the Tri-City Bay Police Department in Need for Speed: Undercover as a Federal Sport Cruiser. An alternative vehicle is utilised in the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Wii, PlayStation Portable and Nintendo DS releases.
- A Porsche 911 Carrera S (991) with a Snowflake theme can be driven in Need for Speed: World and in Need for Speed: The Run.
|Porsche 911 Turbo (Model Range)|
|3.0 (930) • 3.3 (930) • 3.3 (964) • 3.6 (964) • 993 • 996 • S (996) • 997 • S (997) • 991|