Porsche has confirmed that it will be introducing a S variant to its 911 Turbo line up and is slated to make an appearance at next months Geneva Auto Show.

The new 911 Turbo S will feature 30 more horses than the standard 911 Turbo, dialing its horsepower figure up to 530bhp, while torque stays the same at 700Nm with overboost and 650Nm without overboost. Top speed increases by a petty 3km/h at 315km/h while fuel consumption remains the same as the standard Turbo at 11.4liter/100km.

To entice buyers, the Turbo S comes with all the regular Turbo’s options as standard and this includes Porsche’s 7-speed PDK (double-clutch) transmission, Porsche traction management for the all-wheel-drive system, as well as Porsche’s Torque Vectoring system that includes a differential lock for the rear axle. Also included in the standard package is the Launch Control and Sport Chrono Package that helps the Turbo S see of the century sprint in just 3.3-seconds, shaving up to a tenth of a second from the regular 911 Turbo’s time with PDK.

Other standard items include 19-inch central locking wheels in RS Spyder design and a two-tone leather finish in either Black/Crema or Black/Titanium Blue.

The new 911 Turbo S will be offered in both cabriolet and coupe form and will be in dealerships by the third quarter of this year.

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Source: WorldCarFans