Porsche 911 Luxury Vehicles

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2018 Porsche 911

For the numbers players, the 911 GT2 RS harnesses 700 horsepower. All 2018 Porsche 911 models now come with free scheduled maintenance for the first year. Carrera S and 4S models can now be ordered with a Powerkit that bumps power from 420 horsepower to 450 horsepower.

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.

About Porsche 911

As the unique and premier sports car in the world, the 2018 Porsche 911 is an automotive and cultural icon. Just as it has since the mid-1960s, it remains the German automaker’s flagship, its showcase for style, technology and ultimate performance. Today the new Porsche 911 is available in three body styles and eight distinct models, some with all-wheel drive and powerful turbocharged 6-cylinder engines, which are mounted in the rear. While most sports cars only seat two, the Porsche 911 has a small back seat that is surprisingly useful, as well as a sizable front trunk or “frunk.” Prices start around $92,000 for a 911 Carrera Coupe with 370 horsepower and top out at almost $295,000 for the 700-horsepower 911 GT2 RS. The 911 competes with the Chevrolet Corvette, Jaguar F-Type, Aston Martin Vantage, Mercedes-AMG GT, as well as supercars from Ferrari, Lamborghini and McLaren.

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