While the 1980s Porsche Turbo was phenomenally quick, Porsche went one better with the 1985 SE (Special Equipment). Visual upgrades included the nose with an aerodynamic flat front, deep spoiler and pop-up lamps, while the rear aches had functional engine-cooling vents. The suspension of the standard car was left alone, apart from Bilstein shocks, but the Fuchs alloys were up to 16 inches (406mm) in diameter. The engine received high-performance camshafts, bigger intercooler, re-mapped engine management, and a modified exhaust system for an extra 30bhp (22kW) over the regular Turbo model. Inside, the SE was given air-conditioning, full leather trim, heated adjustable Recaro seats and Blaupunkt sound. The SE had a strictly limited production run so ended in 1986, though in the USA, the SE package remained as a $23,244 option on the Turbo model in 1987.
Porsche 911 Turbo 3.3 SE Specifications
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