After announcing the details about the 2010 Porsche Turbo Coupe and Cabriolet, the German automaker also announced the U.S. pricing for the next generation sports car: $132,800 for the coupe version and $143,800 for the convertible one.

The new 911 Turbo is powered by a 3.8 Liter engine that now delivers 500 HP. Direct Fuel Injection (DFI), a new expansion intake manifold first seen on the GT2 and Porsche’s exclusive turbocharger system with variable turbine geometry (VTG) lead the innovations.

The Sport Chrono Package Turbo allows the 2010 911 Turbo to accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in 3.2 seconds when combined with the new, highly acclaimed PDK seven-speed transmission. Also included in the Sport Chrono Package Turbo is Porsche’s innovative dynamic engine mounts. Top track speed is 194 mph for both the Coupe and the Cabriolet models.


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BMWM6  (488) posted on 08.10.2009

well uncia dont forget the cayenne that has a very cool interior but I will aggree the GT-R has a pretty good interior. The most amazing thing about the GT-R is its Dashboard I have never seen anything like it, It reminds me of my motorcycle

Uncia  (868) posted on 08.9.2009

I think the same goes for all Porsches except the new Panamera.

Uncia  (868) posted on 08.9.2009

I never liked the 911’s interior. It has no style and design-wise it looks like something from an 80’s economy car. I’d spend tens of thousands less and buy a Nissan GT-R.

Uncia  (182) posted on 08.8.2009

The 2010 Porsche Turbo Coupe and Cabriolet is one of the most awaited cars for next year. But if I would have to choose between the two and now that it’s finally confirmed that there’s not much difference in the price, then I’d say I go for the convertible.

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