Tuned by Edo Competition, this 991 packs a monstrous 675 horsepower.

With the exception of the monster GT2 RS, there’s nothing above the Turbo S Exclusive Series in Porsche’s massive 911 lineup when it comes to power. Its biturbo 3.8-litre engine pushes out a monstrous 607 horsepower and 553 pound-feet of torque, yet Edo Competition has found a way to squeeze more muscle from the flat-six. Packing a mighty 675 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, the heavily modified “Blue Arrow” is billed as being the fastest 991 Turbo S of them all.

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"How fast," you ask? To find out the car’s top speed, the tuner took it to the High Speed Oval ATP Papenburg in Germany where it reached an impressive 344.17 kilometres per hour. Auto Bild then drove the car on the Lausitzring circuit to verify the velocity, and that it did, as the maximum speed was confirmed. That makes it faster than the aforementioned Turbo S Exclusive Series, which can “only” do 330 km/h.

It’s not only faster, but quicker as well. Zero-100 km/h takes 2.7 seconds, or two tenths of a second sooner than Porsche’s top dog Turbo S. Blink and you’ll miss it. It takes 8.6 seconds to get to 200 km/h - a full second less than the Exclusive Series. It needs just 23.4 seconds to get from a standstill to 300 km/h.

Porsche 911 Turbo S by Edo Competition
Porsche 911 Turbo S by Edo Competition

The Blue Arrow is based on the facelifted 911 Turbo S and is able to push out more power thanks to a new engine control unit and optimized software. Interestingly, Edo Competition says the six-cylinder engine is actually a whopping 60 kilograms lighter. Twenty-inch forged wheels and a 30 millimetre lowered suspension have been installed as well, while the front carbon fibre hood is derived from that of the GT3 RS.

You will have to give the tuner a call to find out the car’s price tag. For reference, a standard Turbo S kicks off from $217,200 in Canada. The Exclusive Series is limited to 500 units and Porsche is asking €259,992 in Deutschland.

Still not impressed? Edo says it's already working on a stage two program.

Source: Edo Competition

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