Donate and Get Porsche 911 Turbo S
2022 Porsche Turbo S was heavier and bigger than its predecessor, but due to a more powerful engine and a new gearbox it was faster and it ended the battle against Tesla Model S. The history of internal combustion engines was not over when the Porsche 911 Turbo S was introduced to the market. And it wasn’t just about the power and the way it handled it. It also was about the look. The exterior might not be as aggressive as some other Porsche models, such as the GT3 or GT2, but the new front apron was a form-follow-function concept. It featured a lip on its lower side that was extended when needed to reduce the aerodynamic lift. The three big air-intakes looked like there was a trade between the engine department and the brakes department who will get more room for cooling.
The car featured 20” front wheels and 21” rear wheels. In the back, the engine lid was small, placed between the retractable wing and the rear windscreen. Inside, the Turbo S featured a completely new dashboard. The tachometer was the only analog gauge in the instrument cluster. It was complemented on its sides by two other TFT displays. In the dashboard, at the same level as the three-spoke aluminum steering wheel, there was the screen for the PCM (Porsche Communication Management) infotainment unit. The 911 Turbo S was fitted as standard with 18-way power-adjustable seats in the front and two tiny folding seats in the back.
The engineering part of the car was the biggest improvement. It offered a newly developed, direct-injected 3.75-liter engine. It was fed by a pair of VTG turbochargers (variable turbo charged geometry) with a total result of 650 hp (70 hp more than its predecessor). It was paired to a standard 8-speed PDK (dual-clutch) automatic transmission and the result was clear: it was quicker than the Taycan Turbo S.
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Ukraine Humanitarian Fund
The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is one of the most effective and quickest, ways to directly support the most urgent, lifesaving humanitarian relief in Ukraine.
The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund was created in 2022 to make funding directly available to the best-placed and most effective humanitarian partners operating inside Ukraine.
Ukraine’s security and humanitarian situation is deteriorating rapidly since the beginning of military operations on 24 February 2022. The Ukraine Humanitarian Fund is a critically important channel to support in-country relief operations and ensure that urgently needed humanitarian assistance reaches the people in Ukraine who need it most.
Funding life-saving action
Donations to the Ukraine Humanitarian Fund are collected into a single fund and made available locally to a range of carefully vetted and trusted relief partners who are on the ground, at the front lines of the response and closest to people in need.
These partners prioritize the most urgent assistance together and make sure that Ukraine Humanitarian Fund funds go to the most important emergency response activities at the right time.
Partners include national and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and Red Cross/Red Crescent organizations. They are all committed to staying and delivering assistance and protection to the people of Ukraine.
Together, and with Ukraine Humanitarian Fund support, they deliver health care, food aid, clean water, shelter and other humanitarian assistance for millions of people in need inside Ukraine.
An inclusive and transparent process ensures that resources focus on the highest priority needs. This means that funding decisions empower local partners and humanitarian leadership, and lead to better collaboration and collective ownership of the emergency response.
HOW TO SUPPORT UKRAINE:
Recipient – NGO BONITATEM
Account no – LT883500010015659196
Bank – PAYSERA LT, UAB
Bank code – 35000
SWIFT code – EVIULT2VXXX
The goal – SUPPORT UKRAINE