Irresistible appeal. This has always been a driving force in the development of the 911. There is nowhere better to experience it than during an involving Sunday drive in an open-top 911. This is why every 911 is also offered in Cabriolet form.
Technically, these models emulate the performance of their closed-top counterparts. With a 3.6-litre or 3.8-litre power unit and two or four-wheel drive.
Offering uncompromising sports performance to 911 standards, no less.
The same applies where safety is concerned. All 911 models are equipped as standard with full-size driver’s and passenger’s airbags and the Porsche Side Impact Protection System (POSIP). On Cabriolet models, these are complemented by an effective roll-over protection system.
A new, optional feature that has been introduced for open-top driving is seat ventilation – for those particularly hot days.
Incidentally, the 911 Cabriolet models are Cabriolets in the traditional sense: they have a fabric hood. This saves on weight in just the right place – for that low centre of gravity typical of a sportscar, and for reduced fuel consumption. Further refinements to provide that irresistible appeal, even in bad weather.