The modelRead full Porsche 911 review
The Porsche 911 is a thrilling sports car and one that's remarkably easy to live with. Most will be best served by the entry-level Carrera, but the Carrera S is also worth considering – especially if you're enticed by the prospect of a manual gearbox. The GTS opens up the options list if you want to tailor your 911 as much as possible.
The trimSee full equipment
The entry-level 911 comes with LED headlights, climate control, a digital instrument cluster, sports seats, cruise control and front and rear parking sensors.
The engineSee full engine specs
The Carrera S comes with a more powerful version of the 3.0-litre engine, with 444bhp and the choice of a manual gearbox. If you shift gear yourself, the 0-62mph time is 4.2sec, but this drops to 3.7sec with the automatic. Opt for the Sport Chrono Package and this drops even further to 3.5sec. Top speed rises to 191mph.
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