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      10-27-2020, 09:16 AM   #1
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Stock 992 Turbo S

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2.3 to 60mph

Starts from around 5.15 secs.
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      10-27-2020, 05:17 PM   #2
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Car And Driver tested it to 2.2 seconds and 10.1s @ 137 1/4 mile: https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a3...ng-zero-to-60/

The only faster car they tested was the 918 Spyder at 2.1 seconds.
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Car And Driver tested it to 2.2 seconds and 10.1s @ 137 1/4 mile: https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a3...ng-zero-to-60/

The only faster car they tested was the 918 Spyder at 2.1 seconds.
I'm curious if they used their current roll out method of 0.2-.3 seconds.
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      10-28-2020, 07:09 AM   #4
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I'm curious if they used their current roll out method of 0.2-.3 seconds.
Car and driver do use the roll out numbers. But this was from a dig, very, very impressive.
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Car and driver do use the roll out numbers. But this was from a dig, very, very impressive.
0-60 times using a 1ft rollout or not using a rollout are both from a dig. It's starting from a dead stop. The difference is that when using the 1ft rollout as most magazine testers do, it doesn't start counting until the car has moved 1ft. 1 foot typically equals about 2 tenths of a second.

My F90 ran a 2.4 zero to sixty. It then shows me in Dragy what that would have been with a 1ft roll out which would have been a 2.2.

Regardless that new Turbo S is fast as shit out of the box and I have one on order :P
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Car and driver do use the roll out numbers. But this was from a dig, very, very impressive.
0-60 times using a 1ft rollout or not using a rollout are both from a dig. It's starting from a dead stop. The difference is that when using the 1ft rollout as most magazine testers do, it doesn't start counting until the car has moved 1ft. 1 foot typically equals about 2 tenths of a second.

My F90 ran a 2.4 zero to sixty. It then shows me in Dragy what that would have been with a 1ft roll out which would have been a 2.2.

Regardless that new Turbo S is fast as shit out of the box and I have one on order :P
Much more impressive that you got 2.4/2.2 in the M5. What mods?
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when is this car going to be on dealer lots?
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when is this car going to be on dealer lots?
Customer cars are getting released now in the US (and already available for a few months ROW): https://rennlist.com/forums/992-turb...l#post17026208

It will be a few more months before you see cars on dealer lots though -- most early cars are customer orders that are already sold.
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I ordered one. It's a really hard car to get right now. My dealer is only getting 4 in all of 2020. All accounted for. My build slot has 40+ people behind me who wanted the car.
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