The 911 Carrera 4S became the new top model of the Carrera model line in autumn 1995. In appearance, the 911 Carrera 4S resembled the 911 Turbo, but, as the 4S did not need a charge air cooler, it did not have the large rear wing of the Turbo and thus had the extendable rear wing of the Carrera. The 911 Carrera 4S was supplied only with 6-speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive. Standard equipment on the vehicle also included the powerful brake system of the 911 Turbo and 18-inch rims in the Turbo design, but which were made with monobloc brake callipers instead of the hollow-spoke technology of the Turbo. The chassis is 10 mm lower in the front and 20 mm lower in the rear.
|Engine:||Flat-six, air-cooled engine, with one overhead camshaft per side|
|Output:||285 hp (210 kW) at 6,100 rpm|
|Fuel system:||Bosch DME, dual ignition, Motronic M 5.2,
fuel tank capacity of 73.5 litres
|Chassis:||Integral body-frame with independent front suspension on wishbones and McPherson spring struts, anti-roll bar, independent rear suspension with LSA multi-link rear axle and alloy chassis subframe, coil springs, anti-roll bar, ABS brake system|
|Dimensions and weight:||
Wheelbase: 2,272 mm
|Performance:||270 km/h (168 mph)|
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