Producers like to throw numbers about that actually don’t have any real-world software. Chief amongst these are the notorious zero to 60 occasions.
Within the crimson nook, the 911 Turbo S involves the road with 640 HP and 590 lbs-ft of torque. It additionally has variable all-wheel drive and launch management modes to maximise its efficiency.
Within the white nook, the 720S brings 720 HP and 568 lbs-ft of torque. It’s rear-wheel drive solely and has a launch management mode as properly.
Each vehicles additionally deliver twin-turbochargers to the battle.
On paper, this match appears prefer it ought to be a transparent win for the 720S, as all-wheel-drive vehicles should launch gently to not blow up their heart differential.
Nonetheless, actual life is just not paper, it’s pavement. And the engineering wizards at Porsche have sorted the launch management system out to the purpose that the 911 Turbo S doesn’t simply launch from a standstill, it goes to warp velocity.
Earlier than the 720S even has an opportunity, the Turbo S is simply… gone.
Nonetheless, from a roll at 50 MPH, the sphere is leveled out a bit and the 720S can declare no less than that it’s on-power acceleration is marginally higher than the Turbo S.
In the long run, nonetheless, as will be seen within the video, the Turbo S can sustain and it’s pretty shut. However from a standstill? Porsche has redefined what launch management is all about for 2021.