Porsche announces four new models to the 911 family

Porsche announces four new models to the 911 Carrera family, which will all be available at U.S. dealers by year’s end.

While these are the second-generation GTS models there are significant upgrades worth noting. First of all the purpose of the new GTS models are to bridge the seemingly large gap between the 911 S and the track-inspired hardcore 911, the GT3. Secondly, the powerplant from the Carrera S, which produces 430 hp is used in each of the four models.

Next you can expect ride height dampers, sport exhaust, PDK dual clutch transmission, Bi-Xenon headlamps, wider wheel arches, and 20-inch wheels. All of this results in stunning performance boasting a 0-60 time in just 3.8 seconds (4.0 Cabriolet) and a top speed of 187 to 190 miles per hour depending on drivetrain and transmission variants.

The interior gets the Alcantara treatment, which has become standard across all GTS models. This Alcantara treatment features an interior that is trimmed in leather including sport seats and center panels for a premium look and feel.

The price ranges for all four GTS models:

  • 911 Carrera GTS / $114,200
  • 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet / $126,100
  • 911 Carrera GTS Coupe / $120,900
  • 911 Carrera GTS Cabriolet / $132,800

Photo Credit: Porsche

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