Sometimes, the best option is to free your mind, to look at things from a fresh perspective and to explore your own direction, not least when you’ve set yourself ambitious goals for the future. These goals can be achieved by opening yourself up to precedent-setting ideas.
This is the direction explored by the 911 Carrera Cabriolet. With innovative hood engineering, lightweight materials and an integrated wind deflector, it conceives a new kind of freedom and broadens the appeal of the sports car.
Smooth and firm, light and robust, the design of the hood is impressive in terms of both appearance and construction. It is made from three magnesium elements and incorporates the fixed glass rear screen. This saves weight and, not only does it improve aesthetics, it also reduces unwanted noise. What you can still hear, however, is the unadulterated sound of your 911.
The wind deflector is fitted as standard and offers practically draught-free driving and minimal wind noise. Operation could not be easier. Integrated directly behind the rear seats, it folds out electrically in just two seconds and remains operable up to a speed of 74 mph.
The performance figures of the 911 Carrera Cabriolet reflect the ambitious goals achieved by our engineers. The rear-mounted 3.4-litre, six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine delivers 257 kW (350 hp) at 7,400 rpm and enables a top speed of 177 mph.
In summary, this articulate concept forms the basis for a self-assured personality. Typified by its courage to adapt and change, it derives pleasure from exploring new directions. After all, the future is wide open.