Completed in the dynamic grey shade of Agate Grey Metallic, a light dependent hue that can take on an understated beguiling brown shade to then transition to a lustrous grey, with an interior upholstered in Black Standard Leather, this preferably equipped Carrera Cabriolet exhibits an odometer reading of A very low 14,XXX Miles and displays a Clean CARFAX Report.
The 991 911’s Notable Characteristics: The 991 features a more streamlined aesthetic comprised of a raked windshield and lower stance; a wider track and longer wheelbase than the previous 911, resulting in a more balanced setup, enhanced cornering and stability dynamics, and understeer that’s not as apparent, just to name a few of the benefits of the improved chassis; electro-mechanical steering that gives way to a heightened level of accuracy and provides for steering feel that’s more refined; a greater level of comfort and refinement than previously offered to provide for a more GT-like experience.
Featured equipment/factory-ordered options (Original MSRP of $113,800): Porsche Doppelkupplung (PDK); 20-inch Carrera S Wheels; ParkAssist (front and rear); SportDesign steering wheel; Standard Interior in Black; Agate Grey Metallic; Power Sport Seats (14-way); Premium Package Plus (for use with Power Sport Seats); BOSE Audio Package; Wheels painted Platinum (semi-gloss); Bi-Xenon headlights in Black incl. Porsche Dynamic Light System (PDLS); Sport Tailpipes.
Upon viewing this sensual Carrera convertible, your presence is welcomed by its line magnifying and delectably distinguishing Agate Grey finish; a black soft-top that requires just 13 seconds to retract and can be operated at speeds at just under 31-mph; LED daytime running lights located in the streamlined light housings that are found beneath the Bi-Xenon headlights featuring PDLS and black housings and sit atop the parking sensor featuring bumper’s dual air intakes; a sleek gas lid that’s understatedly incorporated into the right fender; 20-inch Carrera S wheels finished in Satin Platinum with painted center caps and are showcased before black brake calipers that are highlighted by the white “PORSCHE” insignia; a decklid incorporated spoiler that automatically deploys at speeds of around 75 MPH and lowers at approximately 50 MPH; slender LED taillights that emphasizes the rear’s fluidic formation; rear bumper integrated parking sensors; the quad dual outlets of the optioned dual Sport Tailpipes which bear a polished finished.
Just before you enter the handsome Black Standard Leather cabin, you’re first met by black door sills with brushed-look aluminum inlays featuring ‘Carrera’ script, and when inside you can expect an even more ergonomically adapted and sport natured cabin featuring additional legroom than before; a Carrera GT-esque rising center console; dark-colored twin-stitching and silver/aluminum/metallic-coated surfacing on select areas and carpeting in black. The driver is faced with a SportDesign steering wheel wrapped in leather and features alloy PDK paddles; black instrumentation dials situated behind orange needles with the gauge to the right of the gear indicator bearing tachometer boasting a 4.6 – inch color display that relays navigation info as well as other useful functions; 7-inch touchscreen navigation display; the winsome PDK shifter that’s in very close proximity to the steering wheel. Front occupants are embraced by supportive and heated and cooled Sport seats offering comfort and 14-way power adjustments for both occupants and can expect in-cabin audio playback via the optioned BOSE Sound Sound System, featuring 12-speakers.
Performance: Powering the rear-wheel-drive Carrera convertible is a naturally-aspirated 3.4L DFI flat-six engine, delivering a potent 350 hp with 287 lb-ft of torque and results in an estimated 0-60 time of 4.6 seconds and a top speed of around 176 mph.