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Price (on the road)

ยฃ78,776-ยฃ209,631

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ยฃ78,776-ยฃ209,631

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  • Cruise control
  • Heated seats
  • Automatic wipers
  • All-round parking sensors

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PORSCHE 911 Coupe 2dr PDK

A fast and furious, yet extremely civilised, supercar - with the added benefits of a superb semi-automatic gearbox.

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PORSCHE 911 Coupe 2dr PDK

A fast and furious, yet extremely civilised, supercar - with the added benefits of a superb semi-automatic gearbox.

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Trim level

GT3 RS
Unlike the โ€˜standardโ€™ GT3, the RS version only comes with a PDK automatic gearbox. You do, however, get active rear steer, PASM dampers, the same sized wheels as the mad GT2 RS and far more aggressive aerodynamics than the GT3. An optional Weissach package, which sheds another 28kg from the RSโ€™s 1,430kg kerb weight, will be available to order from 2019.
Carrera T
The engine is the stock 3.0-litre turbocharged unit from the Carrera, but the gearshifter has been made shorter, as has the gearing of the seven-speed gearbox. These changes result in more immediate acceleration over the standard Carrera and a more interactive experience behind the wheel. Other additions include a standard limited-slip differential, Porscheโ€™s highly effective PASM adaptive damping system, 20in rims and the Sport Chrono Package, with its steering wheel-mounted mode switch. Oh, it has sports exhausts, too.
GT2 RS
As standard, you get the Club Sport Package, which includes carbonfibre-backed seats, lightweight door trims and a sports steering wheel. However, we would recommend specifying the Weissach package; not only does it improve the carโ€™s performance by significantly reducing weight, it also brings a titanium roll cage and the provision for a six-point safety harness. Frustratingly, the beautifully formed cage is not race-approved, but it will add another layer of protection if you want to take your GT2 RS on track.
GT3
Equipment includes a 7.0in infotainment touchscreen with sat-nav and Bluetooth (but owners can delete this as a no-cost option), 20in alloy wheels, electric windows, climate control and a part-electrically adjustable driverโ€™s seat.
GTS
It comes with a PDK automatic gearbox; a manual โ€™box is not available. The motorsport-influenced GT3 is cheaper and more sparsely equipped than the Turbo models, but itโ€™s also more fun to drive.
Turbo S
Over the standard Turbo, you get an extra 40bhp, a fractionally quicker 0-62mph time of 2.9sec (versus the Turboโ€™s 3.0sec) and a top speed of 205mph (7mph higher than the standard car). A dynamic boost function, the PASM adaptive damping system, Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (variable anti-roll bars) and carbon-ceramic brakes are all standard.
Turbo
As standard, the Turbo comes with plenty of equipment, including Porsche&#39;s Sport Chrono Package, LED headlights, LED ambient interior lighting, automatic lights and wipers, dual-zone climate control, electrically adjustable sports seats, parking sensors, a reversing camera and Porsche&#39;s Communication Management infotainment system complete with sat-nav, Bluetooth, smartphone integration and a 7.0in touchscreen display.
Carrera S
Comes with 20in wheels, leather seats, sat-nav and a DAB radio as standard. However, youโ€™ll want to pay extra for cruise control, parking sensors, heated seats and rain-sensing wipers.
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Carrera
The entry-level 911 comes with 19in alloy wheels, leather seats, sat-nav and a DAB radio as standard. Itโ€™s our favourite version, although โ€“ at the very least โ€“ youโ€™ll want to pay extra for cruise control, parking sensors, heated seats and rain-sensing wipers.
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

21.9-38.2 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

169-291 g/km

VED Tax band

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I-M

Boot capacity

How much space is there?

115 litres

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