It was introduced by Porsche in 2004, a year before the introduction of the 997 generation. The power output was increased by fitting K24 turbochargers, new intercoolers, a higher manifold pressure of 0.9 bar, new catalytic converters, and exhaust tips.
In 2010, a Turbo S model for the Porsche 997 was introduced.
Need for Speed: Most Wanted
The Turbo S is a heavy car with an AWD configuration. It can accelerate quickly and reach an impressive top speed, but suffers from understeer in corners.
In pursuits, the Turbo S can ram police vehicles and other obstacles effectively. In races however, it may be outperformed by cars with better handling.
It is therefore best used in race tracks with few corners. To minimise its understeering problem, players are recommended to fine-tune its steering and other aspects, which have an influence on the handling.
Need for Speed: Carbon
It has four body kits although they all have missing elements including headlights and an interior mesh, however, the stock body kit is made up of a single sphere mesh for the purpose of testing and refining car shader materials.
Need for Speed: World
The Porsche 911 Turbo S is an unreleased car in Need for Speed: World, and could be found in the game files of initial release builds of Need for Speed: World.
The entire car body mesh is made up of a single sphere.
|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|
|Need for Speed: Carbon - Cut Content|
|Cars||Audi A4 3.2 FSI quattro • Cadillac CTS • Mazda Mazda3 • Porsche 911 Carrera S • Porsche 911 Turbo S • Volkswagen Golf GTI|
|Traffic||Ambulance • Camper • Cement Truck • Coupe • Pizza Delivery Car|