911 Carrera Cabriolet

257 kW (350 hp) at 7,400
Top speed: 286 km/h (178
0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.0
Combined: 9.2 l/100 km
(30.7 mpg)*
CO2 emissions: 217 g/km*
GBP 79,947.00 incl.
Identity 911
Our own engineering
tradition is evident from the
‘Dr. Ing. ’ in our company
name. Also from our racing
victories, now totalling
more than 30,000. Not just
feats of heroism any
longer, but responsibility
for the future of the sports
car and for the
environment. Then there is
the 911’s reputation as an
iconic sports car. However,
this reputation means
nothing unless we continue
to breathe new life into old
Engineering 911
The engines, as you would
expect, are characterised
by six horizontally opposed
cylinders. The 3.4-litre
engine in the 911 Carrera
models produces 257 kW
(350 hp) ; in the 911
Carrera S models, the 3.8-
litre engine develops 294
kW (400 hp). All variants
are equipped with direct
fuel injection (DFI) and
VarioCam Plus for
increased power and
comparatively low fuel
-Exterior design
To show you what we
mean, we should start by
looking at the car’s
exterior. The longer
wheelbase of the 911
improves driving stability
and cornering dynamics.
Overhangs are short at the
front and rear, making the
911 look even more
compact and agile.
-Interior design
At Porsche, we don’t build
everyday sports cars, we
build sports cars for
everyday use. How? By
understanding that great
agility and maximum comfort
are not mutually exclusive
but are, in fact, aspects of
a harmonious overall


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