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Coupé
Cabriolet
Targa
The new 911 Carrera
283 kW/385 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
4,2 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
293 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
10,8 – 10,3
l/100 km
245 – 233
g/km
NEDC*
9,4
l/100 km
215
g/km
The new 911 Carrera Cabriolet
283 kW/385 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
4,4 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
291 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
10,8 – 10,4
l/100 km
245 – 236
g/km
NEDC*
9,6
l/100 km
218
g/km
The new 911 Carrera 4
283 kW/385 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
4,2 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
291 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
10,9 – 10,3
l/100 km
247 – 234
g/km
NEDC*
9,6
l/100 km
218
g/km
The new 911 Carrera 4 Cabriolet
283 kW/385 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
4,4 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
289 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
10,8 – 10,5
l/100 km
246 – 238
g/km
NEDC*
9,7
l/100 km
221
g/km
The new 911 Carrera S
331 kW/450 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,7 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
308 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,1 – 10,1
l/100 km
251 – 229
g/km
NEDC*
10,0 – 9,6
l/100 km
227 – 220
g/km
The new 911 Carrera S Cabriolet
331 kW/450 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,9 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
306 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,0 – 10,3
l/100 km
250 – 233
g/km
NEDC*
10,1 – 9,8
l/100 km
230 – 223
g/km
The new 911 Carrera 4S
331 kW/450 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,6 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
306 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,1 – 10,5
l/100 km
253 – 239
g/km
NEDC*
9,7
l/100 km
222
g/km
The new 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
331 kW/450 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,8 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
304 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,1 – 10,7
l/100 km
252 – 242
g/km
NEDC*
9,9
l/100 km
225
g/km
911 Targa 4
283 kW/385 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
4,4 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
289 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
10,9 – 10,5
l/100 km
247 – 239
g/km
NEDC*
9,8
l/100 km
223
g/km
911 Targa 4S
331 kW/450 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,8 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
304 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,1 – 10,7
l/100 km
253 – 244
g/km
NEDC*
9,9
l/100 km
227
g/km
New
911 Carrera GTS
353 kW/480 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,4 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package
311 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,4 – 10,4
l/100 km
258 – 236
g/km
NEDC*
10,3 – 9,7
l/100 km
234 – 221
g/km
New
911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet
353 kW/480 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,6 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package
309 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,3 – 10,5
l/100 km
256 – 239
g/km
NEDC*
10,4 – 9,8
l/100 km
238 – 224
g/km
New
911 Carrera 4 GTS
353 kW/480 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,3 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package
309 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,4 – 10,8
l/100 km
259 – 245
g/km
NEDC*
9,7
l/100 km
222
g/km
New
911 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet
353 kW/480 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,5 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package
307 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,3 – 11,0
l/100 km
256 – 249
g/km
NEDC*
9,9
l/100 km
226
g/km
New
911 Targa 4 GTS
353 kW/480 PS
Power (kW)/Power (PS)
3,5 s
Acceleration 0 - 100 km/h with Sport Chrono Package
307 km/h
Top speed
WLTP*
11,3 – 11,0
l/100 km
257 – 251
g/km
NEDC*
9,9
l/100 km
227
g/km
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Timeless design.
A timeless design, a contemporary interpretation. The unmistakable silhouette of the 911 is characterised by its iconic flyline. It has barely changed since 1963, and has shaped the DNA of all Porsche models. Including, of course, the 911 Cabriolet and Targa models.
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Timeless design.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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A clear line.
Elegant. Puristic. Unmistakable: in 1963, F. A. Porsche achieved great success with the 911 silhouette. With clear lines and the unity of form and function. Over 50 years later, the world knows many sports cars. But only one 911.
The new 911 Carrera S
The Coupé version of the 911 embodies Porsche DNA in its purest form: the long, flat bonnet, the steeply inclined windscreen. And the roof line that slopes gently down towards the rear, already characterised the original 911.
The new 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
The open-top variant of the 911 has always been characterised by a heightened feeling of freedom and plenty of fresh air. When closed, the Cabriolet has the elegant silhouette of the 911 Coupé models – thanks to its fully automatic fabric hood.
911 Targa 4S
The most stylish 911 model has the addition ‘targa’. With its characteristic roll-over bar and innovative roof concept, the 911 Targa is a timeless classic. And at the same time it is an open-top variant of the 911 with the comfort and safety of an enclosed car.
The new 911 Carrera S
The Coupé version of the 911 embodies Porsche DNA in its purest form: the long, flat bonnet, the steeply inclined windscreen. And the roof line that slopes gently down towards the rear, already characterised the original 911.
The new 911 Carrera 4S Cabriolet
The open-top variant of the 911 has always been characterised by a heightened feeling of freedom and plenty of fresh air. When closed, the Cabriolet has the elegant silhouette of the 911 Coupé models – thanks to its fully automatic fabric hood.
911 Targa 4S
The most stylish 911 model has the addition ‘targa’. With its characteristic roll-over bar and innovative roof concept, the 911 Targa is a timeless classic. And at the same time it is an open-top variant of the 911 with the comfort and safety of an enclosed car.

The exterior in detail.

A design that unites traditional and modern. That ensures more dynamism on the road. And causes a sensation for everyone who follows the 911.

Design DNA.

Typically 911: the long, flat bonnet, the steeply inclined windscreen and the roof line that slopes gently down towards the rear. The wings are more clearly shaped, the rear is powerful and clearly emphasises the horizontal.

Light strip.

The seamless light strip with LED technology between the three-dimensional LED taillights characterises the appearance of all 911 models. And makes them unmistakable, even at night.

Targa bar.

An eye-catching and defining element of the 911 Targa models: the roll-over bar. It meets the highest safety requirements and has its own iconic character: with bar trims made of aluminium, lateral gills and the original ‘targa’ logo.

Wheels.

Agile and progressive: the 911 also appears particularly athletic due to the different wheel sizes at the front and rear. The up to 20/21-inch wheels offer more stability and comfort with the larger diameter on the rear axle.

Front headlights.

The shape and position of the main headlights are also reminiscent of the first 911 generations. The latest LED technology is used inside them.

Bonnet.

The bonnet with its characteristic dynamic recess profiles – and its straight slope to the front apron – is a reference to the earlier 911 models.

Door handles.

The door handles are partially recessed, allowing them to blend extremely discreetly into the car's image.

Wheels.

Information about wheels can be found here.

Tradition meets innovation: the interior.

Analogue precision combined with digital integration. The 911 interior combines old strengths with new possibilities and, as a sports car, is one thing above all: strictly designed for the driver.

Timeless design.

Progressive technology.

360 degree 911: Interior design.

The interior in detail.

Sports car ergonomics.

The analogue rev counter is positioned in the centre of the instrument cluster and, therefore, always in the driver’s line of sight. The ascending centre console ensures short distances between steering wheel and gear lever, and the intuitively placed switches and buttons. All for the unmistakable sensation of driving a 911.

Porsche Advanced Cockpit.

High-resolution displays and touch-sensitive buttons, as well as clearly structured functions and content. Thanks to the Porsche Advanced Cockpit control concept, the 911 interior has never been so focussed. Typical sports car: the buttons, which have been consciously kept as analogue buttons, offer direct access to essential drive and chassis functions.

Instrument cluster.

Left and right of the analogue rev counter are two high-resolution 7-inch displays showing essential vehicle information on four round instruments. To display purely driving-related content, a reduced view can be selected.

Porsche Communication Management (PCM).

Porsche Communication Management including online navigation is your central control centre for audio, navigation and communication as well as for a variety of assistance systems. The latest generation also features a new display and operating concept.

Materials.

From the gear selector to the air outlet: every surface, every detail is carefully considered and in high quality. There is virtually no end to the combination options of available material and equipment – your personal taste is the limit.

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Consumption and Emissions.

911 Carrera & Targa Models (WLTP)*
11,4 – 10,1
l/100 km
259 – 229
g/km
911 Carrera & Targa Models (NEDC)*
10,4 – 9,4
l/100 km
238 – 215
g/km

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Sports car performance.
911 Carrera & Targa Models (WLTP)*
11,4 – 10,1
l/100 km
259 – 229
g/km
911 Carrera & Targa Models (NEDC)*
10,4 – 9,4
l/100 km
238 – 215
g/km
  • Powerful twin-turbo six-cylinder horizontally opposed engine in the rear
  • High-precision Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) transmission
  • Systems for increasing the driving dynamic
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Sports car performance.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Built for the road that never ends.
Every 911 has the same fundamental aim: driving. As sportily as possible. That’s why the twin-turbo horizontally opposed engine, the transmission, the chassis, the brakes and all the control systems are designed for one thing: the highest performance.

Models

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Engine
911 Carrera & Targa Models (WLTP)*
11,4 – 10,1
l/100 km
259 – 229
g/km
911 Carrera & Targa Models (NEDC)*
10,4 – 9,4
l/100 km
238 – 215
g/km
The engine of the 911 models has a twin-turbo configuration. Its stand-out qualities: exceptional power across the speed range, extraordinarily direct responsiveness and a wide torque plateau, even at low speeds. The horizontally opposed construction, with its short length, low height and position in the vehicle rear allows for a low centre of gravity. The engine mounts near the centre of the car ensure greater stability and fewer vibrations.
Turbochargers.
The engines have two turbochargers and charge-air cooling. It’s an important element of the exhaust turbocharging and greatly contributes to simultaneously increasing performance and reducing emissions.

Transmission.

8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK).

The 8-speed Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK) enables incredibly swift gear changes without interrupting the flow of power – in milliseconds. PDK combines a very sporty tuning in first to sixth gear with efficient overdrive ratios (seventh and eighth gear).

7-speed manual transmission.

The 7-speed manual transmission ensures an extremely direct link between driver and car: thanks to short distances with optimum connection between the individual gears. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono Package, the dynamic throttle-blip function in active Sport or Sport Plus mode ensures an even more emotional driving experience and sensational sound.

Porsche Traction Management (PTM).

All-wheel drive Porsche Traction Management (PTM) optimally distributes drive force between the permanently driven rear axle and the front axle. For excellent drive and an incredibly harmonious handling right at the limits.

Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus).

PTV Plus is a system intended to improve driving dynamics and stability. It works with a precise application of the brakes on the rear wheels and a rear differential lock. For increased stability, outstanding traction and high agility at any speed.

Chassis systems.

More – of everything. The chassis systems optimise the vehicle features of the 911 and make it even faster, more agile and more comfortable.

Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM).

PASM is an electronic damping control system that actively and continuously controls the damping force, depending on the road conditions and driving mode, for each individual wheel. For more comfort with increased dynamics.

PASM sports suspension.

With PASM sports suspension, the body is lowered a further 10mm in relation to the PASM chassis. The springs are harder and shorter, the anti-roll bars on the front and rear axles are stiffer. The spring rates have been significantly raised, giving the 911 a more neutral and balanced presence on the road.

GTS-specific PASM sports suspension.

On the 911 GTS Coupé and Cabriolet models equipped with PASM sports suspension, the body sits 10mm lower than the standard PASM suspension, the springs are harder and shorter and the rear axle has so-called helper springs. These additional springs, proven in motorsport, enable significantly more sporty spring rates – without limiting the spring travel.

Porsche Stability Management (PSM).

Porsche Stability Management (PSM) is an automatic control system for maintaining stability at the limits of dynamic driving performance. For a high level of driving stability and safety – and extraordinary agility at the same time. In conjunction with the Sport Chrono Package, PSM is supplemented by a Sport mode. This allows a significantly more sporty driving style, with PSM remaining active in the background.

Rear-axle steering.

Rear-axle steering enhances performance and suitability for everyday use in equal measure; by improving the handling during low-speed manoeuvres and making manoeuvres and turns easier. At the same time, the rear-axle steering gives significantly more driving stability during high-speed manoeuvres.

Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC).

PDCC is an active roll stabilisation system. It suppresses lateral body movement when cornering dynamically. For improved dynamic performance, even more neutral handling and increased ride comfort – whatever the speed.

Sport Chrono Package.

Adrenaline at the push of a button: the Sport Chrono Package with mode switch, Porsche Track Precision app and tyre temperature display. Its functions enable an even sportier tuning of the engine, chassis and transmission.