Porsche 911 Carrera
With the new 911
The body of the 996 had grown significantly in size. Galvanised sheet steel and higher-strength steels were used to reinforce the body shell on both sides. The side mirrors of the series were now fixed in front of the side windows and no longer on the doors.
The bonnet, front headlight units with low beam and high beam, indicators and fog lights, front wings and doors were identical on the 911
The series featured water-cooled engines.
Carrera Coupé, Cabriolet (1998-05)
Deformable front and rear plastic aprons // Rear cover with automatically extending rear spoiler
Cabriolet: Fully electric fabric roof with flexible plastic rear window // Opens in 20 seconds when the vehicle is stationary // Two small rear side windows // Roll-over bar // Aluminium hardtop with electrically heated rear window
From model year 2000: Automatic air conditioning systems as standard in all 911
From model year 2002: Front headlights rounded at the bottom (same as 911
From model year 2003: Performance enhancement
Front headlights rounded at the bottom // Redesigned front section // Glass roof consisting of three green-tinted glass elements // Folding rear window // 320-HP, 3.6-litre naturally aspirated engine // Six-speed manual transmission // Five-speed Tiptronic S
Carrera Coupé “911 40th anniversary” edition (2004)
Limited to 1,963 units // Body painted in GT Silver Metallic // 18-inch
Porsche Classic Parts Explorer
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Porsche Classic Vehicle Tracking System
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Time changes everything – but not your 996.
It’s hardly surprising that the 996 is still as popular as ever. A genuine success model, whose character was as impressive then as it is now. So there’s every reason to maintain its originality after all these years. And it’s not a problem if you’d like to change the odd detail – using the matching genuine accessories that were developed for your model at that time. After all, you appreciate the 996 exactly as it is: authentic.Read more
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