1998 Porsche 993 Turbo S | $4.9M HKD

The Porsche 911 Turbo S was introduced as the first-ever model of its kind in 1997 and built for only two years by Porsche Exclusive Department. A big step up over the standard 911 Turbo in terms of exclusivity, performance and price, the Turbo S was 50% more expensive than the Turbo and performance was not far off. Of the acclaimed Type 993 produced from 1994 to 1998, the Turbo S was among the last of the air-cooled 911s and was capable of performance that still impresses today.

The heart of the Turbo S is a flat six-cylinder engine fitted with a pair of K-24 turbochargers. Power is put to the ground through a six-speed manual transaxle and all-wheel-drive system that was developed for the earlier 964 Carrera 4. Porsche altered the Bosch Motronic engine-management system and added an additional oil cooler to handle the increased heat load. Large, 12.68-inch power-assisted ventilated and cross-drilled multi-piston disc brakes with yellow calipers delivered impressive stopping power from any speed.

The Porsche Exclusive Department built only 345 examples of the Turbo S, and this incredible rare car is easily identifiable by its numerous unique features throughout. The front fog lights were removed and replaced with air ducts to aid front brake cooling, the exhaust system was replaced with a modified unit that has quadruple rear tips, the flared rear fenders sprouted large air inlets, and the rear deck featured an impressive “Aerokit II” biplane spoiler to increase downforce.

Unlike some other special-edition models, Porsche did not sacrifice creature comforts and usability for track performance with the Turbo S. Inside was a luxurious full leather interior with generous amounts of carbon fiber trim on the lower portion of the dashboard, around the gauges, along the doorsills, and on the center console, door panels, and door pulls. It even has an electric sunroof.

The Turbo S delivered stunning performance in a package as luxurious and exclusive as discerning Porsche customers had come to expect. It really was the ultimate supercar that could comfortably be driven as a daily commuter. Collectors today value the Turbo S for its rarity, performance, and the timeless styling of the final iteration of the legendary air-cooled Turbo.

Year: 1998

Body: 2 Doors

Exterior: Arctic Silver Metallic L92U

Interior: Black

Driver's Sider: RHD

Transmission: Manual

Indicated Mileage: 25,000 KM (Replacement odo)

Location: Hong Kong

Registration: Hong Kong Registered

This Motor Car: This beautifully presented 1998 Turbo S is one of only 26 in right hand drive. First delivered in the UK in 1998, presented in the colour combination of Arctic Silver Metallic over black interior and yellow sear belts, Interior Carbon Pack which combines leather and carbon on the door trims, steering wheel and handbrake lever. It was optioned with Leather Sport Lightweight Bucket seats with body coloured seat back shell, Sunroof, etc The car came to Hong Kong in 2019, kept by the same owner since. "911 Turbo S" noted on the Registration.


  • The last and ultimate iteration of air-cooled 911s

  • Incredibly powerful and highly original iconic Porsche with, twin-turbo plus all-wheel-drive

  • One of just 345 ever produced, One of ONLY 26 right hand drive examples manufactured

Classic Insider condition score: 85 points out of 100


Original. Silver paintwork is in good order, well-kept and bodywork is in superb condition, with flush shut lines and consistent panel gaps all around the car. This version of the 993 has incredible road presence, with a bespoke aerodynamic body kit, engine cooling ducts faired into the rear wings, and a substantial rear wing. Brake cooling ducts were also incorporated within the front bumper. Exterior trims in good condition. It is equipped with a power sliding sunroof and rear wiper. The car rides on 18-inch alloy wheels, with ‘Turbo S’ centre caps, which are pristine. They are accented by the correct six-piston yellow brake calipers. The interior presents in excellent original condition throughout. The leather upholstery has visible minor wear to the driver’s side bolster, and some minor blemishes around the driver’s seat control switches, but is otherwise in very good order. Its cabin is accented by carbon-fibre trims that are unique to the Turbo S, including a dashboard trim strip and instrument surround, door handles and panels, steering wheel inlays, and the handbrake grip and gear knob column. The instrument dials have white fascias, and there are yellow seat belts. The boot area is clean, with carpeted lining, a ‘Turbo S’ oddment pouch, tools, inflator kit, and the original carbon strut brace. Engine bay is tidy and looks like it has been consistently serviced.

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