2004 Porsche 911 Turbo X-50
In 2000, Porsche launched the Turbo version of the Type 996. Like the GT3, the new Turbo engine was derived from the dry-sumped 911 GT1 engine and, like its predecessor, featured twin-turbos and now developed 415 hp. Also, like its predecessor, the new Turbo was only available with all wheel drive. A $17,000 factory option, the X50 package, was available that boosted the engine output to 444 hp with 457 ft·lb of torque across a wide section of the power band. With the X50 package in place the car could make 0–62 mph in 3.8 seconds. This package is named as Turbo S in Europe.