The 1995 Geneva Motor Show sees the return of the 911 Turbo, which joins the 993 series. The car is powered by a 3.6-liter twin-turbo engine and 408 horsepower at 5750 rpm. The 911 (993) Turbo receives all-wheel drive, all this without excessively affecting the weight, which remains below 1500 kg. In March 1998, while production of the 911 Turbo 993 series comes to an end with nearly 6500 units manufactured, Porsche presents a latest Turbo S version, worthy of the final series of all the 911 air-cooled. The engine of the Turbo S goes to 450 horsepower at 6000 rpm. The additional aerodynamic kit includes a new front lip, the biplane wing and cooling inlets on the sides. The production will be only 345 exemplars.