Updated: Aug 23, 2020
Porsche 992 Turbo with Custom Forged Wheels called LOMA BLACKFORCE ONE. Sounds like a Hollywood blockbuster. We'll get straight to the point. The 992-generation 911 Turbo will produce 580 horsepower and 750 Nm (570 b-ft) of torque, and Porsche claims it'll reach 100 kph (60 mph) in 2.8 seconds (2.9 seconds for the cabriolet model), blast through the quarter-mile in 10.5 seconds, and hit a top speed of 320 kph (205 mph). Impressive, right? How Porsche always creates a better version of a car that already exists for so long, is something that nobody understands until the new Turbo is out and you have the possibility to study German automotive engineering. In this case the 992 Turbo is equipped with 20 × 9,0 with a more aggressive offset to let the rims flush with the fenders and its stock tire in 255/35/20 and on the rear in 21 × 12,0 which is a half inch larger and 325/30/21. The result is mind blowing because the Porsche 992 Turbo has now a look like ready for war.
Taken objectively, the last Porsche 911 Turbo was all the sports car you’d ever need. Its jet speed and sure-footed handling combined with all the boring-but-true facts about being reliable and easy to live to make it nigh on perfect. But, thanks to our monkey brains’ insatiable desire for more power, control, grip and car park status, it wasn’t all that you’d want forever. Bilstein is the magic word in the Porsche community. A suspension upgrade that is adjustable and damper ratings. It gives your Porsche 992 Turbo a crisp and sharp handling and creates a look, where people on the street start pointing in your direction with a big Ohhh in their faces. We love it.