Porsche has already revealed what their 992 generation for the Porsche 911 model looks like. However, we’ve only been introduced to the Carrera S variant.
After ample time of silence, Porsche revealed a more basic and less complex version of their Carrera variant. Whether you’re into coupes or cabriolets, there’s a simple but elegant Carrera variant for you.
Porsche has already revealed what their 992 generation for the Porsche 911 model looks like
Both the cabriolet and coupe form of the Porsche 911 Carrera possess characteristics that the main Carrera S has. Upon first sight at the 911 Carrera’s interior, you’ll immediately notice that the exterior elements that make up the body (like the bumpers and body shape) resemble the ones on the Carrera S variant.
Both the cabriolet and coupe form of the 911 Carrera possess characteristics that the main Carrera S has
As to the differences, you can look forward to down-sized wheels. You can choose to have the 20 and 21-inch wheels that are originally fitted to the Carrera S model, but only if you’re willing to pay the price.
If not, the stock 19-inch and 20-inch rear wheels should satisfy your driving needs and wants to the fullest. Aside from the wheels, there is also a noticeable adjustment in the exhaust pipe which looks smaller on the 911 Carrera S.
As to the differences, you can look forward to down-sized wheels
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Even though the 911 variety is just a base model, it possesses the same powerful 30-liter flat-six engine twin-turbo that the Carrera S is equipped with.
However, some fans and enthusiasts may not be as pleased knowing that the 911 varieties can only manage 385 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque compared to the Cabrera S’s 530 Nm torque and 450 horsepower capability.
The transmission available for the units is limited to the Porsche’s PDK gearbox with 8-speed transmission. It’s also coupled with their stylish Sport Chrono package.
According to Porsche, their base 911 Carrera coupe can go from 0 to 97 km/h in a mere 38 seconds. The cabriolet’s top speed is at 290 km per hour which is slower than the coupe’s 293 km per hour record.
The transmission available for the units is limited to the Porsche’s PDK gearbox with 8-speed transmission.
|Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe||P5,024,400|
|Porsche 911 Carrera Cabriolet||P5,676,000.00|
>>> Refer to our Porsche 911 Philippines price list to keep updated the lasted change in Porsche pricing
Is it worth 5 million pesos for this supercar?
IIf you already have that amount in hand then, good for you. One takeaway, however, is the fact that neither of these models is available locally yet.
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