Porsche Wet mode.¹

Using sensors in the front wheel housing, the system detects swirled-up water spray, thereby assessing wet road surfaces. If it detects a noticeably wet road surface, the response behaviour of PSM and PTM is prepared accordingly. The system informs the driver of detected wetness and recommends that they switch manually to Wet mode. If the driver activates this, PSM, PTM, aerodynamics, PTV Plus and the responsiveness of the drivetrain are adjusted.

Collision and Brake Assist.

The standard Collision and Brake Assist can reduce the risk of collisions with vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists within the limits of the system. In the first stage, the system uses the front camera to alert the driver both audibly and visually when it detects vehicles, pedestrians or cyclists in the collision area.

Automatic distance control.

Where system limitations allow, the system regulates the speed of your 911 Turbo fully independently in line with the speed of the vehicle in front. A radar sensor in the front apron monitors the area in front of your vehicle. If you have selected a cruising speed and begin to approach another vehicle that is travelling in the same lane as you and which is driving more slowly, the system slows the engine or gently applies the brakes. This continues until the distance that you have pre-set is attained.

Porsche InnoDrive including automatic cruise control.¹

Porsche InnoDrive extends the range of functions of the automatic distance control system by up to three kilometres of anticipatory speed control. Based on high-precision navigation data as well as the radar and video sensor technology in the vehicle, Porsche InnoDrive can detect speed restrictions and the course of the road – before your 911 Turbo even reaches them.

In short: Porsche InnoDrive represents the typically Porsche realisation of efficient driving – for greater comfort and greater driving pleasure.

Lane Keeping Assist including traffic sign recognition.

Lane Keeping Assist uses a camera to detect the divider line markings where system limitations allow. The system supports the driver with steering assistance when the vehicle approaches a detected divider line marking and threatens to leave the lane, thus helping to keep the car on track. Integrated traffic sign recognition uses camera images and navigation data to detect speed limits, ‘no overtaking’ zones and indirect information, such as boundary signs, and displays these in the instrument cluster.

Lane Change Assist with Turn Assist.

Within system limits, Lane Change Assist uses radar-based technology to monitor the area behind your 911 Turbo and blind spots. If the system detects a vehicle approaching quickly from behind or one that is in the blind spot, and changing lanes would be too dangerous, it informs the driver with a visual signal in the exterior mirrors. For greater comfort and safety, especially on the motorway. Turn Assist provides support during low-speed turns. Once you’ve arrived at a junction, Turn Assist issues a visual warning if it detects objects in your blind spots.

Night Vision Assist.

Night Vision Assist provides you with information when driving at night, even beyond the range of the headlights within the system limits. An infrared camera detects pedestrians or large wildlife before they are illuminated. A thermal image in the instrument cluster warns you: the detected person or animal is highlighted in yellow – or in red and is accompanied by an audible signal if within the critical range in front of the vehicle. At the same time, the stopping distance control is activated.

ParkAssist (front and rear) including reversing camera.

The standard reversing camera facilitates precise reverse parking and manoeuvring. Help is provided in the form of the camera image and dynamic guidelines on the PCM screen, which illustrate the predicted course of the vehicle given the current position of the steering wheel.

Remote ParkAssist.¹

The Remote ParkAssist combines a variety of intelligent assistance systems that make it easier for you to find suitable parking spaces as well as parking itself. Thanks to the Active Parking Assistance, when activated and at the appropriate speed, your 911 Turbo is able to measure and identify possible parking spaces as you drive past, and – monitored by the driver – independently takes over the steering and the forward and reversing manoeuvres of the vehicle during the parking process.

Surround View.

Surround View supplements the reversing camera with three more high-resolution cameras in the front apron and exterior mirror lower trims. Based on the information supplied by all four cameras, the system generates a virtual bird’s eye view of the car and displays this on the PCM screen. It is also possible to switch between various camera views to improve visibility, e.g. at narrow exits.

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