Porsche refers to the new model as the successor to the modern Porsche 935 and if you want one you will need to part with a minimum of $1,046,000.
Two very different machines in many aspects but as it turns out the race is VERY close.
In many European markets with strict emissions regulations, it will serve as Porsche’s indirect replacement for the high-performance Cayenne Turbo GT which will remain available in South Africa.
The special wheel is limited to just 150 units worldwide and is made from ultra-light and extremely rigid carbon fibre.
The 911 S/T combines the naturally aspirated, 518 hp (386 kW) 4.0-litre boxer engine from the 911 GT3 RS with a short-ratio manual transmission.
It has been called the P9LM EVO 900 and as you can see it takes everything subtle about the standard car and throws it out the window.
It blitzed the Ring in 7:03.121, just four seconds slower than the 918 Spyder.
Yes, it’s electric and it combines the chassis from the 718 GT4 Clubsport with the electric motors and battery tech of the Mission R concept.
Thanks to the added grunt, the 911 Turbo S now needs just 2.5 seconds to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph).
Customers who have a classic 964 Porsche 911 and sufficiently big reserves of cash can commission Singer to build one of these machines.