The 2012 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet is packed with powerful driving power. It is made with impressive engineering technology that makes it a dominant ride. The specification of the Turbo S includes DFI technology that precisely injects fuel in a matter of milliseconds to provide the driver with top speed. It also has the Porsche Traction Management that is inclusive of the anti-slip regulation, automatic brake differential and electronically-controlled multi-plate clutch for the active all-wheel drive. The Turbo S has a 3.8liter 6-cylinder alloy engine with two-exhaust gas turbo chargers with the Variable Turbine Geometry system. This design for the engine makes it lighter and more fuel efficient. Other features of this coupe include a 19-inch 911 Turbo-II wheels, Porsche Active Suspension Management, front luggage compartment with 105-liter capacity, automatic dimming mirrors, park assist, Bluetooth technology, iPod, USB and aux connections, 12 volts sockets, center console and door storage compartments, power-assisted steering with variable ratio gearing, bi-xenon headlight system, Dynamic Mount Engine System and the Sport Chrono Package.
The 2012 Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet also includes a choice of comfort, adaptive sports and sport bucket seats upholstered in leather. There are also good reviews on the installed Porsche Communication Management system that serves as a navigation system, FM twin tuner, TV tuner, electronic logbook and telephone module. A Bose surround-sound system is also in place, making listening to music in the Turbo S a wonderful experience. The safety features of the Porsche 911 Turbo S are also well-received in the reviews. The car has side-impact protection system, anti-theft protection, ceramic composite brakes, reinforced body for crash protection and an automatic stability control system. Based on reviews and brake tests, the brake distance of the Turbo S from 60 miles per hour is a remarkable range of 98 feet.