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I recently bought a few AUTOart Porsches including the Turbo. I now have the two different GT3´s, the white/red and white/blue GT3rs, the GT2, the GT3R and the Turbo but I still need the Turbo S

Now my question, i´ve seen a few pictures of the TUrbo S, but I don´t see a difference between the Turbo S and the Turbo. I know the real car has performance and settings differences, but whats the real difference on the outside?

I don´t think the Turbo S is worth the money if the only difference is the licence plate.

I hope someone can help me.

here are two pictures of the Turbo S (black) and Turbo (red). I lent the pictures from the Modellissimo site



 
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The only difference I can see from those photos is that the Turbo S has a blue sun filter kind of thing at the top of the windshield..

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I dont believe there are any visible differences between the 2 cars other than the top tint screen and the badging on the engine cover , door mouldings and centre console.
The 18" wheels come in a special GT silver colour and have a coloured Porsche crest in the centre instead of a silver one .

All of the upgrades were mechanical I believe , with the use of larger Turbo`s , uprated intercooler and revised engine electronics .
It also comes with Ceramic brakes and 6 pot calipers as standard which are larger than the standard Turbo.

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Inside, the Turbo S features aluminium gauge faces and a Turbo S logo on the tachometer (you should be able to see this on the model ).
Optional special leather is available on the seats, steering wheel, shift lever and hand brake lever which is specially embossed on the S . It also comes with cruise and a 6cd changer which are options on the Turbo and it is also available to order in a special Dark Olive metallic colour.
 
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I wonder also if Autoart had a chance to update the door hinges. That would be worth it for me to get another Turbo. A Porsche addict I am. :giggle
 

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What I didn't know until today is that you can have your 1:1 Turbo S as a cabrio as well...when I went in the local Porsche place to order the Turbo S, they had that and a GT3 RS in there... :cheers
 
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