The new Porsche 911 Turbo S is an absolute rocket from the factory. We’ve seen it race several sports cars and supercars, and the outcome has been the same (almost) every time. That’s not even the best part about the 992-generation of the model though, as it is a very solid base for aftermarket modifications - the engine and transmission can handle so much more power so easily.

Case in point, LCE Performance from Germany built a crazy 900-bhp 911 Turbo S and the AutoTopNL channel on YouTube decided to try it on the Autobahn. The folks produced a lengthy video, starting with a walkaround tour of the 911, followed by a few runs on B-roads, and finally, there’s a run on an unrestricted section of the German highway. And oh boy, what a blast that is.

In the first half of the video, we get to witness the tuned 911 Turbo S doing quick acceleration runs, and the host of the video explains the car is actually capable of pretty impressive 0-62 miles per hour accelerations. In stock form, the car does that sprint in 2.6-2.7 seconds depending on the surface and tires. The modified version can do the standing-start 0-62 mph run in absolutely crazy 2.4 seconds.

Moving to the Autobahn, the 911 Turbo S unleashes its full potential and we are hugely impressed. When it is at about 87 mph, it accelerates to 124 mph and above in a matter of about two seconds. 186 mph is hit with ease and the highest velocity we saw in the video is around 196 mph.

The insane acceleration and very high maximum speed are not the only factors that make this tuned 911 Turbo S a beast, though. As the host explains, despite the huge power, the car remains very driveable and everything works perfectly. 

Gallery: 2020 Porsche 911 Turbo