Porsche 911 Convertibles

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2017 Porsche 911

There's a new model, the 911 R, a race-ready limited edition that's an homage to the 1967 911 R. The rest get changes to appearance, but most important is the new family of 3.0-liter turbocharged engines, and standard Porsche Active Suspension Management (PASM), which uses active dampers to improve ride and handling.

2016 Porsche 911

2016 sees the addition of two more trims: the 911 Targa GTS and the 911 GT3 RS. Everything else carries over unchanged.

2015 Porsche 911

2015 marks the arrival of the second generation of 911 GTS variants. Available in rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive, as well as coupe or cabriolet form, 2015 Porsche 911 GTS models pack 430 horsepower and slot between the Carrera S and hard-core GT3. For those keeping score, they raise the 911 model count to 19.

About Porsche 911

The Porsche 911's 50-plus years of evolution and excellence are well known, so let's cut to the chase. The new 911 R is a race-ready limited edition that is likely already sold out as you read this. Across the rest of the Carrera and Targa lineup is a new twin-turbo 3.0-liter flat-6 engine offering more power, torque and better fuel economy. The range-topping 911 Turbo also gets a 20-horsepower bump. All 2017 911 models get Porsche Active Suspension Management, which aims to combine outstanding handling and a comfortable ride without compromising either. With prices from about $90,000 for the Carrera to nearly $200,000 for a Turbo S Cabriolet, the 911 goes head-to-head with the Chevrolet Corvette, Jaguar F-Type and virtually any other sports car on earth.

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