With the exciting announcement of a revamped Porsche 911 earlier this year, the 992-generation car launched in Carrera S and Carrera 4S guise. After a few months of anxious waiting, we finally got the details on Porsche's base model 911. The Carrera and Carrera Cabriolet were unveiled Monday afternoon, still with a 6-figure barrier for the 379-horsepower rear-engined German sports machine.
The Carrera's base price is $ 97,400, but it's not too difficult to tip over the $ 100 thousand line, as most cars want to have as long as my arm. The Carrera Cabriolet, by contrast, starts at $ 110,200 before options. And both of these prices include the $ 1350 delivery cost.
Carrera and Carrera Cab does not want to have narrower fenders to differentiate it from the AWD models. Additionally, this time around the base models will only be visually differentiated by the exhaust tips; a single rectangular exit for the Carrera S. The oval dual-exhaust shown is the optional Sport Exhaust.
Power for the new entry-level 911 is basically the same as the 991.2-generation twin-turbocharged flat six. With new turbochargers, the car is a massive 9 horses to 379, and 331 lb-ft of torque.
With a reworked 8-speed PDK transmission, the 992 Carrera is 2 tenths of a second quicker to sixty than the outgoing car, making the run in 4 seconds flat when equipped with Sport Chrono package. It'll keep running all the way to 182 miles per hour.
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