Let me break it right down for you: the 2005 911 Turbo S models, available in coupe and cabriolet varieties (both still formed from the 996 mold), pack some serious figures. Like 3.6 liters of twin-turbocharged fury dispensing 444 hp and 457 lb./ft., a maximum track speed of 190 mph, and to help keep the car from taking off into the Earth's lower troposphere, massive 13.78 inch ceramic brakes all around. Perhaps the most breathtaking digits of all are the 131,400 peanuts one will have to shell out to acquire one— and add 10,00 peanuts for the roofless version.
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