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TURBOTurbine Boosted
TURBOTurbine Boost(ed)
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The two Taycan's don't lack power either as the Turbo S can (https://www.ibtimes.com/-breaks-ev-record-taycan-nurburgring-track-2818626) hit zero to 100 kph in 2.8 seconds while the Turbo model can accelerate to 100 kph in 3.2 seconds, said.
The new Macan Turbo's 2.9-litre engine, which is already used by Porsche in its Cayenne and Panamera models, is a latest-generation engine in what is known as the central turbo layout.
What excited them most was the RS TURBO engine, which was introduced for the first time in Pakistan.
As the first BMW Turbo racing engine, this four-cylinder, in-line engine with a two-litre capacity and turbocharger was a history-making pioneer.
The battle for 4WD Turbo honours will pit immediate former champ Rehan Shah against reigning champion Sahib Omar.
GPU Turbo is a hardware-software integrated graphics processing acceleration technology.
For these reasons, a used, low-mile 911/993 Turbo can fetch more than the original sticker price of $100,000, a sum that was considered a steal of a deal in the day.
Premium High Flow Topcoat is the first of an array of topcoats that will make up the Turbo Vision system.
First, not all Intel CPUs are equally aggressive when it comes to their Turbo scaling, even if they have the same or similar Turbo ranges.
The company said the acquisition allows GP Brands to focus on the training, site prep and systems for franchisees with retail stores in Walmart Supercentres, while Turbo can deliver scalability for expansion and additional marketing, media and technology for this postal store business model.
To the uninitiated it's the Porsche 911 Turbo. Now this car gets more power, sharper design and even broader everyday usability in its Coupe and Convertible bodystyles.